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Effects of Simulated Acid Rain and Soil Cd on Physiological and Biochemical Characteristics of Brassica chinensis and Phaseolus vulgaris L

YU Ping-zhong 1 ,LIAO Bo-han 1 ,SONG Wen-cheng 2 ,LIU Hong-yu 1 (1.Institute of Agro -Environmental Protection,Hunan Agricultural University,Changsha 410128,China;2.Institute for the Control of Agrochemicals,Ministry of Agriculture,Beijing 100026,Chi na)  
Effects of simulated acid rain and s oil Cd on physiological and biochemi cal characteristics of Brassica chi nensis and Phaseolus vulgaris L were studied.T he experimental results showed that growth of Brassica chinensis and Phaseolus vulgaris L was inhibited,and total contents of chl orophyll and ratios of chlorophyll a/b decreased obviously as increasin g acidity of simulated acid rain and Cd concentrations.Under th e complex pollution of simulated acid rain and Cd,content of MDAand activ ity of PODin the two plants increased,and activities of CAT and SOD increased first and then d ecreased afterwards.Meanwhile,a s ynergism of the toxic effects of simulated acid rain and Cd to Phaseolus vulgaris L was found to b e stronger than those to Brassica chi nensis.
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