Trace element biogeochemistry in the rhizosphere fundamentals and examples of practical application
Markus Puschenreiter, Visiting Erskine Fellow with Bret Robinson
The University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences Vienna
Time & Place
Thu, 17 Oct 2019 13:00:00 NZDT in Room 701, Level 7, West Building
All are welcome
The rhizosphere is the soil surrounding plant roots. Due to the release of exudates, plant roots may significantly change soil chemical characteristics and thus largely influence the solubility of elements. Trace elements may be essential micronutrients or potentially toxic soil pollutants. Root activities may influence trace element bioavailability and thus improve micronutrient uptake or change pollutant transfer pathways. The fate of trace elements in the rhizosphere and practical implications in plant nutrient and soil remediation will be discussed in this talk.
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