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Publication Type J
Authors Eremchenko, O. Z. and O. A. Lymar
Title Soil-ecological conditions of the zone of salt waste dumping and plant adaptation to them
Source Russian Journal of Ecology
Abstract Technogenic surface formations near salt waste dumps are subject to salinization by sodium chloride. Synanthropic representatives of local flora that have adapted to salinization are characterized by increased concentrations of salinizing ions; redistribution of chlorides, with their predominant accumulation in above-ground organs; selective absorption with respect to sodium, chloride, and potassium ions; and decreased activity of hydrogen ions in cells.
ISSN 1067-4136
ISBN 1067-4136
Publication Date Feb
Year Published 2007
Volume 38
Issue 1
Beginning Page 16-21
Digital Object Identifier (DOI) 10.1134/s1067413607010031
Unique Article Identifier WOS:000243425800003
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