Now showing items 1-3 of 3
Thresholds of Metal and Metalloid Toxicity In Field-Collected Anthropogenically Contaminated Soils: A Review
Ecotoxicological studies of soil metal toxicity conventionally rely on the use of uncontaminated soils gradually enriched with metals in the form of soluble salts. Although this method is very useful in many ways, it is ...
Impact of Mother Plant Saline Stress on the Agronomical Qualityof Pepper Seeds
(Journal of Soil Science and Plant Nutrition, 2020)
Seed quality has been an important factor in achieving high germination and uniform growth rates in agricultural crops.Meanwhile, pepper plants are moderately sensitive to salt stress at electrical conductivity (EC) in the ...
Chilean regulations on metal-polluted soils: The need to advance fromadapting foreign laws towards developing sovereign legislation
(Environmental Research, 2020)
Chile as a major international Cu producer faces serious soil contamination issues in mining areas. CurrentlyChile does not have any specific law governing the maximum permissible concentrations of metals in soils toprotect ...