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Journal:   JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES   JANUARY 2008 , Volume 13 , Number 2 (SUPPLEMENT); Page(s) 479 To 493.
 
Paper: 

IMPORTANCE OF MYCORRHIZAL PLANTS FOR CLEAN UP CONTAMINATED SOILS TO HEAVY METALS

 
 
Author(s):  REZVANI M., ARDAKANI M.R., REJALI F., NOORMOHAMMADI GH., ZAEFARIAN F.
 
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Abstract: 

Pollution of agroecosystems to heavy metals and others contaminants and continuously, their translocation to food web and ultimately human is a global problem. These contaminants cause many problems for human healthy. Meanwhile, these pollutants have harmful effects on environment and it is biocense and zoocenose. To clean up contaminated soils, many methods has developed. But, up to now environmentally base and environmentally sound approaches apply in commercial level. Phytoremediation is ecological and ecofriendly approaches that environmentally friendly and cheaper than physicochemical methods and also have ability of remediation soil, water and air contaminated. Application of biodiversity such as, plants, algae, fungus and bacteria in this approach is a key factor. In this article we review the impacts of these contaminants on agroecosystems and human healthy and wealthy and use of mycorrhizoremediation technique to clean up these soils.

 
Keyword(s): AGROECOSYSTEMS, CONTAMINANTS, ENVIRONMENTALLY BASE APPROACHES, MYCORRHIZOREMEDIATION, PHYTOREMEDIATION
 
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