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Plus Ag, Al, Co, Fe, Mo, and Mn) References Raskin et al. (1993), Baker et al. (1995), Raskin et al. (1994), Kumar et al. (1995), Salt et al. (1995), Brooks (1998), Lasat etal. S. DOE (2000), Schnoor (2002), Nzengung and McCutcheon (this book), Mclntyre (this book), Rock (this book) (continues) TABLE 1-2 (continued) Type Rhizofiltration (phytofiltration), blastofiltration, phyto or biosorption, biocurtain, biofilter, contaminant uptake, and epuvalisation Processes involved Compounds taken up, sorbed, or precipitated by roots (rhizofiltration) and young shoots (blastofiltration) or sorbed to fungi, algae and bacteria (biosorption): 10 percent to 60 percent dry weight of plant may be accumulated metals.
1994, Trapp and Karlson 2001, Jordahl et al. this book) (continues) TABLE 1-1 (continued) Potential application Created, constructed, engineered, or managed treatment wetlands, and aquatic plant lagoons How in situ and ex situ concepts work" Applications or important bench or field testing for various plants [and wastes subject to treatment in brackets]* 1. In situ: excavation to or below water table and seeding with natural wetland sediment or planting 2. In situ: at groundwater, landfill, or mine seepage points or in a surface drainage network to capture and treat contaminated water 3.
1994). Observed rhizodegradation: wild flowers (Senecio glaucus) [crude oil] Kuwait from Gulf War spills (Trapp and Karlson 2001). Microcosm and mesocosm: the leguminous goat rue (Galega orientalis) [benzene, toluene, and xylene] (Suominen et al. 2000). Greenhouse: Timothy grass (Phleum pratense), red clover (Trifolium pratense), and sunflower (Helianthus annuus) [2,4,5trichlorophenoxyacetic acid] (Boyle and Shann 1998). (b) Perennial vetiver (Vetiveria zizanioides) grass [vegetate petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated soil] (Cunningham et al.
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