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Study on the Absorption and Accumulation Characteristics of Indian Mustard to Heavy Metals Pb,Cd and Zn in Soil

KANG Hong et al(Xinjiang Head Station of Environmental Monitoring,Urumqi,Xinjiang 830001)  
With cinnamon soil as tested soil,Indian mustard as indicator plant,the influence of compound pollution of Cd,Pb and Zn in soil on heavy metal-absorption capacity of plant was studied through simulation experiment.The results indicated that under compound pollution of Pb,Cd and Zn in soil,the absorption quantities of aerial part of Indian mustard were 2.77-38.56 mg/kg Cd,12.38-37.84 mg/kg Pb and 67.23-687.64 mg/kg Zn resp.and that of its underground part were 11.23-137.33 mg/kg Cd,35.22-734.93 mg/kg Pb and 259.13-1049.51 mg/kg Zn.The enrichment coefficients of aerial part of Indian mustard to Pb,Cd and Zn were 0.350-7.078,0.023-0.405 and 0.410-1.280 resp.
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