Highlight | Remediation | Phytoremediation | Nuclear Toxicology
Researchers from the Plant Cell & Physiology Laboratory are studying the impact of heavy metals on plant physiology and metabolism. They identified three possible scenarios of mobilization and accumulation of uranium in plants of agronomic interest grown in hydroponic conditions (soilless). Thus, rapeseed represents a promising species for phytoremediation strategies by phytoextraction, as rapeseed is capable of accumulating and transferring the greatest amount of uranium in its above ground tissues.
Thesis presented December 12, 2014 by Thomas Leonardo. PhD thesis available as a pdf file.
Thesis presented June 06, 2014 by Diane de Gouvion Saint Cyr
Thesis presented November 29, 2013 by Florie Schild. PhD thesis available as a pdf file.
Thesis presented March 15, 2011 by Julien Laurette
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