Phytotechnologies

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Ma, X.; Burken, J.G. 2003. TCE diffusion to the atmosphere in phytoremediation applications. Environmental Science and Technology. 37: 2534-2539.

Ma, X.; Richter, A.R.; Albers, S.; Burken, J.G. 2004. Phytoremediation of MTBE with hybrid poplar trees. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 6: 157-167.

Marr, L.C.; Booth, E.C.; Andersen, R.G.; Widdowson, M.A.; Novak, J.T. 2006. Direct volatilization of naphthalene to the atmosphere at a phytoremediation site. Environmental Science and Technology. 40: 5560-5566.

Merkle, S.A. 2006. Engineering forest trees with heavy metal resistance genes. Silvae Genetica. 55: 263-268.

Mezzari, M.P.; Van Aken, B.; Yoon, J.M.; Just, C.L.; Schnoor, J.L. 2004. Mathematical modeling of RDX and HMX metabolism in poplar (Populus deltoides × Populus nigra, DN34) tissue culture. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 6: 323-345.

Newman, L.A.; Strand, S.E.; Choe, N.; Duffy, J.; Ekuan, G.; et al. 1997. Uptake and biotransformation of trichloroethylene by hybrid poplars. Environmental Science and Technology. 31: 1062-1067.

Newman, L.A.; Wang, X.; Muiznieks, I.A.; Ekuan, G.; Ruszaj, M.; et al. 1999. Remediation of trichloroethylene in an artificial aquifer with trees: a controlled field study. Environmental Science and Technology. 33: 2257-2265.

Nzengung, V.A.; Jeffers, P. 2001. Sequestration, phytoreduction, and phytooxidation of halogenated organic chemicals by aquatic and terrestrial plants. International journal of Phytoremediation. 3: 13-40.

Nzengung, V.A.; Wang, C.; Harvey, G. 1999. Plant-mediated transformation of perchlorate into chloride. Environmental Science and Technology. 33: 1470-1478.

O'Neill, G.J.; Gordon, A.M. 1994. The nitrogen filtering capability of Carolina Poplar in an artificial riparian zone. Journal of Environmental Quality. 23: 1218-1223.

Orchard, B.J.; Doucette, W.J.; Chard, J.K.; Bugbee, B. 2000. Uptake of trichloroethylene by hybrid poplar trees grown hydroponically in flow-through plant growth chambers. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. 19: 895-903.

Ouyang, Y.; Shinde, D.; Ma, L.Q. 2005. Simulation of phytoremediation of a TNT-contaminated soil using the CTSPAC model. Journal of Environmental Quality. 34: 1490-1496.

Pilon-Smits, E.A.H.; de Souza M.P.; Lytle, C.M.; Shang, C.; Lugo,T.; et al. 1998. Selenium volatilization and assimilation by hybrid poplar (Populus tremula × alba). Journal of Experimental Botany. 49: 1889-1892.

Pitterle, M.T.; Andersen, R.G.; Novak, J.T.; Widdowson, M.A. 2005. Push-pull tests to quantify in situ degradation rates at a phytoremediation site. Environmental Science and Technology. 39: 9317-9323.

Quinn, J.J.; Negri, M.C.; Hinchman, R.R.; Moos, L.P.; Wozniak, J.B. 2001. Predicting the effect of deep-rooted hybrid poplars on the groundwater flow system at a large-scale phytoremediation site. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 3: 41-60.

Ramaswami, A.; Rubin, E.; Bonola, S. 2003. Non-significance of rhizosphere degradation during phytoremediation of MTBE. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 5: 315-331.

Renault, S.; Paton, E.; Nilsson, G.; Zwiazek, J.J.; MacKinnon, M.D. 1999. Responses of boreal plants to high salinity oil sands tailings water. Journal of Environmental Quality. 28: 1957-1962.

Rentz, J.A.; Chapman, B.; Alvarez, P.J.J.; Schnoor, J.L. 2003. Stimulation of hybrid poplar growth in petroleum-contaminated soils through oxygen addition and soil nutrient amendments. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 5: 57-72.

Rockwood, D.L.; Carter, D.R.; Langholtz, M.H.; Stricker, J.A. 2006. Eucalyptus and Populus short rotation woody crops for phosphate mined lands in Florida USA. Biomass and Bioenergy. 30: 728-734.

Rockwood, D.L.; Naidu, C.V.; Carter, D.R.; Rahmani, M.; Spriggs, T.A.; et al. 2004. Short-rotation woody crops and phytoremediation: opportunities for agroforestry? Agroforestry Systems. 61: 51-63.

Schnoor, J.L.; Licht, L.A.; McCutcheon, S.C.; Wolfe, N.L.; Carreira, L.H. 1995. Phytoremediation of organic and nutrient contaminants. Environmental Science and Technology. 29: 318-323.

Shannon, M.C.; Baņuelos, G.S.; Draper, J.H.; Ajwa, H.; Jordahl, J.; et al. 1999. Tolerance of hybrid poplar (Populus) trees irrigated with varied levels of salt, selenium, and boron. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 1: 273-288.

Shrive, S.C.; McBride R.A.; Gordon, A.M. 1994. Photosynthetic and growth responses of two broad-leaf tree species to irrigation with municipal landfill leachate. Journal of Environmental Quality. 23: 534-542.

Shrout, J.D.; Struckhoff, G.C.; Parkin, G.F.; Schnoor, J.L. 2006. Stimulation and molecular characterization of bacterial perchlorate degradation by plant-produced electron donors. Environmental Science and Technology. 40: 310-317.

Spriggs, T.; Banks, M.K.; Schwab, P. 2005. Phytoremediation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in manufactured gas plant-impacted soil. Journal of Environmental Quality. 34: 1755-1762.

Stanhope, A.; Berry C, J.; Brigmon, R.L. 2008. Phytoremediation of chlorinated ethenes in seepline sediments: tree selection. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 10: 529-546.

Stomp, A.M.; Han, K.H.; Wilbert, S.; Gordon, M.P. 1993. Genetic improvement of tree species for remediation of hazardous wastes. In Vitro Cellular and Developmental Biology. 29: 227-232.

Struckhoff, G.C.; Burken, J.G.; Schumacher, J.G. 2005. Vapor-phase exchange of perchloroethene between soil and plants. Environmental Science and Technology. 39: 1563-1568.

Strycharz, S.; Newman, L. 2009. Use of native plants for remediation of trichloroethylene. I. Deciduous trees. International Journal of Phytoremediation. 11: 150-170.

Sui, Y.; Thompson, M.L.; Mize, C.W. 1999. Redistribution of biosolids-derived total phosphorus applied to a mollisol. Journal of Environmental Quality. 28: 1068-1074.

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