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Effects of the geochemical and anthropic contaminations on the plant communities and associated organisms. Functions involved in biindicateurs sublethal effects related to the chronic exposure of plants to trace elements.
Mechanisms of toxicity and detoxication, Total response of the transcriptome and identification of the xenome Identification bikindicateurs functions and validation at the physiological level Selection of endpoints evaluating the effects, Biomarkers Ecotoxic characterization of the risk in dose-effects relationships. Ecotoxic characterization of the risk in dose-effects relationships Model of potential ecotoxic effect.
Risk assessment related on trace elements and soils. Phytoremediation of soils contaminated by trace elements.
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Nannipieri Biochemical parameters and bacterial species richness in soils contaminated by sludge-borne metals and remediated with inorganic soil amendmentsEnvironmental Pollution Vangronsveld Evaluation of cyclonic ash, commercial Na-silicates, lime and phosphoric acid for metal immobilisation purposes in contaminated soils in Flanders Belgium Environmental Pollution Ruttens Progress in assisted natural remediation of an arsenic contaminated agricultural soil Environmental Pollution Maurice Assessment of zerovalent iron for stabilization of chromium, copper, and arsenic in soil Environmental Pollution Nannipieria Microbial activity and hydrolase activities during decomposition of root exudates released by an artificial root surface in Cd-contaminated soils Soil Biology and Biochemistry Remediation of metal- and radionuclides-contaminated soils byin-situstabilization techniques.
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Biomarkers sop exposure of terrestrial plants to pollutants: Application to metal pollution. Approches fonctionnelles et spatiales. Use of amendments to attenuate trace element exposure: Sustainability, side effects, and failures. Trace element distribution in relevant arable soils and staple crops in France, In Imai Hideo ed.
Promising agricultural practices and technologies for reducing heavy metals contamination in relevant staple crops, with a special emphasis on cadmium contamination, 23 rd NIAES SymposiumTsukuba in press.
Risk assessment and sustainable land management using plants in trace element-contaminated soils.
ISBNp. Rehabilitation and evolution of the biodiversity. Mechanisms of mechanistic models of trace elements uptake by plants Mobilization and immobilization at the soil-root interface Kinetics of absorption, contribution of flows Process of the food chain contamination Mechanisms to decrease the plant exposure to the soil solution Functional models, composition of harvests and health safety of the bioindicateyrs raw materials Distribution coefficients Multivariable regressive models Models bioiindicateurs exposure of the consumer Input-outputs Assessment in the agrosystems.