2011
DOI: 10.1016/j.ecss.2010.10.037
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Role of different salt marsh plants on metal retention in an urban estuary (Lima estuary, NW Portugal)

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“…accumulated greater concentrations of metals than shoots, indicating the bioavailability of metals and their limited mobility and translocation once inside the plant. This is consistent with many previous observations (Almeida et al 2011(Almeida et al , 2006Chandra et al 2008;Maddison et al 2005;Deng et al 2004;Mays and Edwards 2001;Sasmaz et al 2008). For example, the results from Sasmaz et al (2008) showed that the root tissues of Typha latifolia from a metal polluted stream were usually found to contain higher concentrations of most metals compared to the aboveground parts.…”
Section: Metal Accumulation By Plantssupporting
confidence: 92%
“…accumulated greater concentrations of metals than shoots, indicating the bioavailability of metals and their limited mobility and translocation once inside the plant. This is consistent with many previous observations (Almeida et al 2011(Almeida et al , 2006Chandra et al 2008;Maddison et al 2005;Deng et al 2004;Mays and Edwards 2001;Sasmaz et al 2008). For example, the results from Sasmaz et al (2008) showed that the root tissues of Typha latifolia from a metal polluted stream were usually found to contain higher concentrations of most metals compared to the aboveground parts.…”
Section: Metal Accumulation By Plantssupporting
confidence: 92%
“…In that sense, several studies have been undertaken in different coastal world areas, in order to evaluate the PCBs, PAHs and heavy metal contamination degree of fauna, flora and substrata. For example, in Portugal mainland, estuarine sediments of Tejo River (Reboredo, 1981;Reboreda and Caçador, 2007), Sado River (Reboredo and Ribeiro, 1984;Reboredo, 1988) Ria Formosa Lagoon (Padinha et al, 2000) Ria de Aveiro Lagoon (Ramalhosa et al, 2005) and Lima River (Almeida et al, 2011), were monitored in terms of their metal content.…”
Section: Pollutionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Also, some representative halophytic species colonizing the substrata such as Halimione portulacoides and Spartina maritima (Reboredo, 1983(Reboredo, , 1985(Reboredo, , 1993Padinha et al, 2000;Reboreda and Caçador, 2007), or the former species plus Sarcocornia fruticosa and Sarcocornia perennis (Duarte et al 2010) or even Juncus maritimus, Spartina patens, Phragmites australis and Triglochin striata (Almeida et al, 2011) were evaluated in terms of their metal content.…”
Section: Pollutionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Additionally, Cooper (1984) and Karlsons et al (2011) (Chenhall et al 1992, Almeida et al 2011. Longer duration experiments may test the ability of seedling establishment of Triglochin striata under field conditions.…”
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confidence: 99%