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Comparison of Greenhouse and Field Experiments for Cesium Uptake in Two Aquatic Plant Species

Vacula J, Komínková D & Pecharová E

Vacula J, Komínková D & Pecharová E (2020) Goldschmidt Abstracts, 2020 2657

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Jaroslav Vacula View all 2 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020
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Emílie Pecharová

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Submitted by Rolf Kipfer on
Thanks for your contribution. Sorry for my ignorance - but I feel Cs is not an essential element for plants. Thus, why do plants uptake Cs at all? I guess the background of your study is the uptake of radioactive Cs isotopes. Thus, were higher Cs activities observed in (aquatic) plans in response to the Chernobyl incident? With best regards - Rolf Kipfer (RoKi)


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