Phytoextraction of HG by parsley (Petroselinum crispum) and its growth responses.

Abstract:

:The effect of mercury (Hg) on the growth and survival of parsley (Petroselinum crispum) was explored at various treatments. The plants were grown in pots having Hoagland's solution to which various Hg treatments were applied and placed under greenhouse conditions. The treatments were: no metal applied (control) and six doses of Hg as mercuric chloride for 15 days. Linear trend of Hg accumulation was noted in roots, stems, and leaves with increasing Hg treatments. The maximum Hg concentration in root, stem and leaf was 8.92, 8.27, and 7.88 at Hg treatments of 25 mg l(-1), respectively. On the whole, Hg accumulation in different plant parts was in the following order: leaves > stem > roots. Linear trend was also observed for Bioaccumulation Factor (BF) and Translocation Factor (TF) with increasing Hg concentrations in the growth medium. The highest respective BFHg and TFHg values were 9.32 and 2.02 for the Hg treatments of 25 and 50 mg l(-1). In spite of the reduced growth in the presence of Hg, the plant has phytoremediation potential. It is recommended that parsley should not be cultivated in Hg contaminated sites in order to avoid dietary toxicity.

journal_name

Int J Phytoremediation

authors

Bibi A,Farooq U,Naz S,Khan A,Khan S,Sarwar R,Mahmood Q,Alam A,Mirza N

doi

10.1080/15226514.2015.1109590

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2016-01-01 00:00:00

pages

354-7

issue

4

eissn

1522-6514

issn

1549-7879

journal_volume

18

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