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    Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by mineral N fertilizer and soil characteristics. Can. J. Soil Sci. 91: 521-531. Cadmium (Cd) is a heavy metal distributed in soil by natural ...

  • Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by

    2011-07-01  Li, X., Ziadi, N., Bélanger, G., Cai, Z. and Xu, H. 2011. Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by mineral N fertilizer and soil characteristics. Can. J. Soil Sci. 91: 521-531. Cadmium (Cd) is a heavy metal distributed in soil by natural processes and anthropogenic activities. It can accumulate in crops, such as spring milling (Triticum aestivum L.), and its accumulation ...

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  • Cadmium foliar application affects Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn ...

    Cadmium is toxic to plants, easily reaching unsafe levels for animal and human consumption. A greenhouse experiment investigated the effect of foliar-applied Cd on the accumulation and distribution of Cd, Zn, Cu and Pb in (Triticum aestivum) grown in heavy metal-contaminated soil.Cadmium solutions (0, 10, 20, 30 and 40 mg L −1) were repeatedly sprayed on entire aboveground plants ...

  • Author: Liping Li, Yuqing Zhang, James A. Ippolito, Weiqin Xing, Kunyan Qiu, Yali Wang
  • Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by

    Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by mineral N fertilizer and soil characteristics. Can. J. Soil Sci. 91: 521–531. Cadmium (Cd) is a heavy metal distributed in soil by natural processes and anthropogenic activities.

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  • Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by

    2011-07-04  Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by mineral N fertilizer and soil characteristics Xianglan Li, 1 2 Noura Ziadi, 2 Gilles Bélanger, 2 Zucong Cai, 1 Hua Xu 1 1 State Key Laboratory of Soil and Sustainable Agriculture, Institute of Soil Science, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 71st East Beijing Road, Nanjing, P. R., China 210008

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  • Cadmium minimization in : A critical review ...

    Cadmium (Cd) accumulation in (Triticum aestivum L.) and its subsequent transfer to food chain is a major environmental issue worldwide.Understanding response to Cd stress and its management for aiming to reduce Cd uptake and accumulation in may help to improve growth and grain quality.

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  • Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by

    Li, X., Ziadi, N., Bélanger, G., Cai, Z. and Xu, H. 2011. Cadmium accumulation in grain as affected by mineral N fertilizer and soil characteristics. Can. J. Soil Sci. 91: 521-531. Cadmium (Cd) is a heavy metal distributed in soil by natural processes and anthropogenic activities. It can accumulate in crops, such as spring milling (Triticum aestivum L.), and its accumulation ...

  • Cadmium uptake and partitioning in durum during ...

    2013-07-16  Whole-plant growth and accumulation of cadmium by durum during grain filling. Dry weight (whole plant, shoot, root) and Cd (content, concentration) accumulation by low- (open circles) and high-Cd (closed circles) near-isogenic lines of durum (Triticum turgidum subsp. durum) between anthesis and 42 d post-anthesis.Plants were grown in chelator-buffered nutrient culture

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  • Cadmium uptake and partitioning in durum during ...

    Concentrations of cadmium (Cd) in the grain of many durum (Triticum turgidum subsp. durum) varieties grown in North American prairie soils often exceed international trade standards. Genotypic differences in root-to-shoot translocation of Cd are a major determinant of intraspecific variation in the accumulation of Cd in grain. We tested the extent to which changes in whole-plant Cd ...

  • Cadmium uptake and partitioning in durum

    Concentrations of cadmium (Cd) in the grain of many durum (Triticum turgidum subsp. durum) varieties grown in North American prairie soils often exceed international trade standards. Genotypic differences in root-to-shoot translocation of Cd are a major determinant of intraspecific variation in the accumulation of Cd in grain. We tested the extent to which changes in whole-plant Cd ...

  • Cadmium uptake and translocation in seedlings of near ...

    2004-04-14  Cadmium (Cd) concentrations in durum (Triticum turgidum L. var durum) grain grown in North American prairie soils often exceed proposed international trade standards. To understand the physiological processes responsible for elevated Cd accumulation in shoots and grain, Cd uptake and translocation were studied in seedlings of a pair of near-isogenic durum lines, high and low

  • DGT estimates cadmium accumulation in and

    2009-09-01  The authors attributed the lack of grain Cd accumulation to either no treatment effect, or the lack of due to increasing yield with increased P application. In the current study, no significant difference in yield between treatment levels was observed at all sites for all years, except in 2006 at Willamette, where a slight increase in grain yield was measured between T3× and the control. 3.2 ...

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  • Variations in radioactive cesium accumulation in ...

    It has also been revealed that soil-to-grain RCs transfer is affected by the other soil properties such as ExK ... by increasing the SN as discussed related to cadmium accumulation in 49. In ...

  • Effects of ozone on zinc and cadmium accumulation in

    Introduction. One important aspect of food safety in production is the cadmium (Cd) content of the grain. Cereals represent a key source of Cd for humans, which may have a number of important adverse health effects, for example, on kidney and bone (Satarug et al. 2010).Cd accumulation in is affected by several factors, including genetic variation (Waters and Sankaran 2011), Cd ...

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  • Cadmium foliar application affects Cd, Cu, Pb and

    Grain Cu concentrations were also negatively affected by Cd treatments, while grain Pb concentrations were similar between treatments. The antagonistic effect of Cd on grain Zn accumulation may mainly be due to competition for transporters and binding compounds in leaves and stems. Preventing excess Cd from entering aboveground plant tissues should lessen negative plant and potentially ...

  • Effects of ozone on zinc and cadmium accumulation in

    Grain from exposed to ozone had significantly higher zinc concentrations, while cadmium was not affected. The effect on zinc was strongly correlated with but almost twice as large as on nitroge...

  • Investigating cadmium accumulation in and barley ...

    Investigating cadmium accumulation in and barley cultivars from acidic soil of Central Turkey ... grains was related to the presence of high amounts of soil carbonates (> 20%), clay soil texture, and mineralogy. Large amounts of commercial fertilizers have been used in arid and semi-arid regions of Turkey for last decades, where many of the applied fertilizers contained exceeding ...

  • Genetic variation in cadmium accumulation on

    Cadmium (Cd) accumulation in genotypes of spring bread (Triticum aestivum L.) and spring durum (Triticum turgidum var. durum) was studied in field trials every third week throughout the growing season. The study was carried out in Sweden on three different soils and during two growing seasons. The results showed that the genetic variation in shoot and grain Cd accumulation ...

  • Cadmium uptake and bioaccumulation in selected

    Accumulation of cadmium (Cd) in crop plants is of great concern due to the potential for food chain contamination through the soil-root interface. Although Cd uptake varies considerably with plant species, the processes which determine the accumulation of Cd in plant tissues are affected by soil factors. The influence of soil type on Cd uptake by durum (Triticum turgidum var. durum L ...

  • Zinc effects on cadmium accumulation and partitioning in ...

    Here, we examined the effectiveness of two approaches for reducing cadmium (Cd) accumulation in durum (Triticum turgidum L. var durum ) grain: the application of supplemental zinc (Zn), and the use of cultivars exhibiting reduced grain Cd concentrations.Two durum near‐isogenic lines (NIL) that differ in grain Cd accumulation were grown to maturity in solution culture containing a ...

  • Leaf-applied sodium chloride promotes cadmium accumulation ...

    Abstract Cadmium (Cd) accumulation in durum grain is a growing concern. Among the factors affecting Cd accumulation in plants, soil chloride (Cl) concentration plays a critical role. The effect of leaf NaCl application on grain Cd was studied in greenhouse-grown durum (Triticum turgidum L. durum, cv. Balcali-2000) by immersing (10 s ...

  • MOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF CDU-B1, A MAJOR LOCUS ...

    A major gene controlling grain cadmium (Cd) concentration, designated as Cdu- B1, has been mapped to the long arm of chromosome 5B, but the genetic factor(s) conferring the low Cd phenotype are currently unknown.

  • Cadmium concentrations in some New Zealand grain

    Abstract The variation in (Triticum aestivum L.) grain cadmium (Cd) concentrations between different cultivars was investigated along with a preliminary ranking of soil properties in terms of their importance in controlling grain Cd concentrations. Results indicate that there is con-siderable variation in Cd concentrations in New Zealand grain samples. The mean Cd concen ...

  • Variation in cadmium accumulation in spring ...

    2017-10-11  Cadmium concentration and content in grain were positively correlated with those in shoot biomass, and root morphological parameters (e.g., length, surface area, and volume). Differences in root morphological characteristics between spring cultivars is an important factor that contributes to Cd accumulation in grain.

  • Evaluation of Cadmium Concentration in Wheat Crop

    Cd accumulation in grain is significantly affected by soil chemical characteristics and cultivar . 4.3. Cadmium Accumulation in Stem. The ANOVA results showed that the effect of cropping systems on cadmium accumulation in stem was significant (P < 0.01), but the effect of growth stages on its accumulation was not significant .

  • Zinc effects on cadmium accumulation and partitioning

    Here, we examined the effectiveness of two approaches for reducing cadmium (Cd) accumulation in durum (Triticum turgidum L. var durum) grain: the application of supplemental zinc (Zn), and the use of cultivars exhibiting reduced grain Cd concentrations.Two durum near‐isogenic lines (NIL) that differ in grain Cd accumulation were grown to maturity in solution culture containing a ...

  • Correlating accumulated cadmium and soil characteristics ...

    Cadmium (Cd) accumulation in edible crops is undesirable due to its hazardous influences on human health. The objective of this study was to evaluate grain Cd content and its relation with soil properties in 4000 km 2 farms. A number of 255 soil (0-20 cm) and grain samples were taken in an irregular weighted sampling scheme, using a GPS apparatus. Cadmium concentrations in grain samples ...

  • Effects of Zn fertilizer on cadmium accumulation in

    Effects of Zn fertilizer on cadmium accumulation in durum . By Guangyao (Sam) Wang, Michael Ottman and Rufus L. Chaney. Abstract. Proposed reduction in maximum allowable cadmium (Cd) level in grain from 0.2 to 0.15 ppm by European Union (EU) could affect Arizona growers substantially. The possible breeding programs and management practices needs to be

  • Absorption and Accumulation of Cadmium from Cereal Grains

    Absorption and Accumulation of Cadmium from Cereal Grains Anncatherine Moberg Wing The Departments of Pathology, Nutritional Research and Oral Radiology and the Biophysics Laboratory, University of Umeå, S-901 87 Umeå, Sweden Cadmium (Cd) is a potentially toxic trace element. Cereal grains contribute one-third to one-half of the Cd exposure via the diet. Among cereal grains,

  • Absorption and Accumulation of Cadmium from Cereal Grains

    Absorption and Accumulation of Cadmium from Cereal Grains Anncatherine Moberg Wing The Departments of Pathology, Nutritional Research and Oral Radiology and the Biophysics Laboratory, University of Umeå, S-901 87 Umeå, Sweden Cadmium (Cd) is a potentially toxic trace element. Cereal grains contribute one-third to one-half of the Cd exposure via the diet. Among cereal grains,

  • Cadmium uptake and bioaccumulation in selected cultivars ...

    Accumulation of cadmium (Cd) in crop plants is of great concern due to the potential for food chain contamination through the soil-root interface. Although Cd uptake varies considerably with plant species, the processes which determine the accumulation of Cd in plant tissues are affected by soil factors. The influence of soil type on Cd uptake by durum ( Triticum turgidum var. durum L ...

  • Preceding Crop Affects Grain Cadmium and Zinc of Wheat ...

    Preceding Crop Affects Grain Cadmium and Zinc of Wheat Grown in Saline Soils of Central Iran Amir H. Khoshgoftarmanesh* and Rufus L. Chaney ABSTRACT Enhanced Cd concentrations in (Triticum aestivum L.) grain produced on saline soils of central Iran have been recently reported. Because bread is a major dietary component for the Iranian people, practical approaches to

  • Remobilization of cadmium in maturing shoots of near ...

    2001-07-01  Abstract. Cadmium accumulation in grain of durum (Triticum turgidum L. var. durum) represents a concern to consumers.In an effort to understand the regulation of Cd accumulation in maturing grain, the remobilization of 109 Cd applied to stem and flag leaves was examined in two near‐isogenic lines that differ in grain Cd accumulation. Absorbed 109 Cd was primarily retained in

  • 2011 AGRPC FINAL REPORT Reducing cadmium accumulation in ...

    2011 AGRPC FINAL REPORT Reducing cadmium accumulation in durum by Zn fertilizer Guangyao (Sam) Wang, Michael J. Ottman, Rufus L. Chaney, Charles A. Sanchez, and Monica Spiller Proposed reduction in maximum allowable cadmium (Cd) level in grain from 0.2 to 0.15 ppm by European Union (EU) could affect Arizona growers substantially. Due to the fact that most durum

  • Selection of Bread Wheat for Low Grain Cadmium ...

    The excessive accumulation of Cd in harvested crops grown on high‐Cd soils has increased public concerns for food safety. Due to the high consumption of bread (Triticum aestivum L.) per capita, high concentrations of Cd in grain can significantly affect human health. Breeding is a promising way to reduce grain Cd concentration ...

  • Water Management Practices Affect Arsenic and

    Cadmium (Cd) and arsenic (As) accumulation in rice grains is a great threat to its productivity, grain quality, and thus human health. Pot and field studies were carried out to unravel the effect of different water management practices (aerobic, aerobic-flooded, and flooded) on Cd and As accumulation in rice grains of two different varieties. In pot experiment, Cd or As was also added into the ...

  • Iron and Zinc Concentrations in Grain and Flour of

    Grain and shoot zinc accumulation in winter affected by nitrogen management. Plant and Soil 2012 , 361 (1-2) , 153-163. DOI: 10.1007/s11104-012-1510-2.

  • Leaf-applied sodium chloride promotes cadmium

    Cadmium (Cd) accumulation in durum grain is a growing concern. Among the factors affecting Cd accumulation in plants, soil chloride (Cl) concentration plays a critical role. The effect of leaf NaCl application on grain Cd was studied in greenhouse-grown durum (Triticum turgidum L. durum, cv. Balcali-2000) by immersing (10 s) intact flag leaves into Cd and/or NaCl-containing ...

  • Organic and Inorganic Amendments Affect Soil Concentration ...

    Organic and Inorganic Amendments Affect Soil Concentration and Accumulation of Cadmium and Lead in Wheat in Calcareous Alkaline Soils H. R. AHMAD, 1A. GHAFOOR, D. L. CORWIN,2 M. A. AZIZ, SAIFULLAH,1 AND M. SABIR1 1Institute of Soil and Environmental Sciences, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan 2U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, U.S. Salinity

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