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Biogeochemistry of Trace Elements in the Rhizosphere. Book • Edited by: P.M. Huang and G.R. Gobran. Browse book content. About the book. Search in. The rhizosphere in soil environments refers to the narrow zone of soil influenced by the root and exudates. Microbial populations in the rhizosphere can be
The first part of the lecture will be dedicated to a case study that demonstrates the importance of plant-mediated physical-chemical processes in determining copper toxicity to wheat in former vineyard soils in southern France. In this context, the occurrence of copper toxicity to wheat interestingly contradicted the prediction that has been made from bulk-soil chemistry, but was nicely supported by rhizosphere chemistry. The second part of the lecture will address an updated overview of the many physical-chemical processes i.
Metal availability and chem- Jones, D. Phytore- Hammer, D. Imperial College Press, nical, economic, and regulatory considerations of the soil-lead issue. In: Sharples, J. If you have forgotten your password click here to reset it!
The basic mechanisms involved will be first introduced at the soil-root scale, then scaled-up to the whole root system and finally to field-scale. The last part of the lecture will be dedicated to a second case study about arsenic phytostabilization that illustrates the importance of considering concomitantly a range of physical-chemical processes in determining arsenic dynamic in the rhizosphere.