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Title: Chemical, biological and physiological indicators of metal pollution in wetlands
Authors: Ayeni, Olutoyosi Olaide 
Ndakidemi, Patrick Alois 
Snyman, Reinette G 
Odendaal, James P 
Keywords: Bioaccumulation;biomarkers;environment;metals
Issue Date: 2010
Publisher: Academic Journals
Source: Ayeni, O. O., Ndakidemi, P. A., Snyman, R. G. et al. 2010. Chemical, biological and physiological indicators of metal pollution in wetlands. Scientific Research and Essays, 5(15): 1938-1949. []
Journal: Scientific Research and Essays 
Abstract: Chemical, biological and physiological responses in terrestrial and aquatic plants may be used as biomarkers to monitor contamination in ecosystems. Some plant parameters such as chlorophyll content, photosynthesis, transpiration, metal uptake and metabolism may be used to determine the level of toxic stress in plants. Similarly, the concentrations of metals in soil may be used to establish the levels of pollution. In this review, we present challenge to researchers involved in environmental assessment to use these simple techniques as a basis for establishing guidelines on environmental pollution.
ISSN: 1992-2248
Appears in Collections:Appsc - Journal Articles (not DHET subsidised)

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