5 edition of Research Issues In Aluminium Toxicity found in the catalog.
April 10, 1997
Written in English
|Contributions||A RobertYokel (Editor), Mari S. Golub (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
Review article Aluminium toxicity in plants: a review G.R. ROUTa, S. SAMANTARAYb, P. DASb* a Plant Biotechnology Division, Regional Plant Resource Centre, Bhubaneswar- , Orissa, India b Plant Physiology and Biochemistry Laboratory, Regional Plant Resource Centre, Bhubaneswar- , Orissa, India (Received 31 May ; revised 4 August ; accepted 14 September ). Aluminum (Al) toxicity in soil inhibits the growth of plant shoots by causing nutrient deficiencies in Magnesium (Mg), Calcium (Ca), and Phosphorus (P). It can also lead to drought stress and plant hormone imbalance. Why and where it occurs. Al toxicity is relatively rare in irrigated rice systems.
Aluminum (Al) toxicity is a serious agricultural problem in the acid soil. The molecular mechanisms of Al toxicity and tolerance in plants have been the focus of ongoing research in the area of stress phytophysiology, and several possible mechanisms have been proposed to . Aluminum in vaccines. Vaccine. , 20 Suppl 3, S]. The written consensus amongst the participants of the workshop was listed under the rubric of “pervasive uncertainty”, a term used to denote what remained unknown regarding potential aluminum toxicity from adjuvants.
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Based on papers presented for the International Symposium on Aluminium Toxicity, held in. Conference proceedings; Book: Research issues in aluminium toxicity. + pp.
Conference Title: Research issues in aluminium toxicity. Abstract: This book contains papers reprinted from the Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health. This work focuses primarily on identifying the research needs in this area of neurotoxicology.
Based on papers presented for the International Symposium on Aluminium Toxicity, held in Vancouver init reviews the knowledge and research required in each specific area. Category: Medical Research Issues In Aluminum Toxicity. Articles from Metal-Based Drugs are provided here courtesy of Hindawi Publishing Corporation.
In contrast with previous books on this topic, much of the subject matter is unique, in that it is primarily directed at aluminium nutrition and toxicity in infants and children. This book covers many aspects of aluminium toxicity in infants including for instance the embryo-fetal as well as the neurodevelopmental effects of this element.
The toxicity of aluminum has been studied extensively in fish, less so in invertebrates, amphibians, and birds, and not at all in reptiles and free-ranging mammals. For aquatic organisms, Al bioavailability and toxicity are intimately related to ambient pH; changes in ambient acidity may affect Al solubility, dissolved Al speciation, and organism sensitivity to Al.
Aluminium is the most widely distributed metal in the environment and is extensively used in daily life that provides easy exposure to human beings.
The exposure to this toxic metal occurs through air, food and water. However, there is no known physiological role for aluminium within the body and hence this metal may produce adverse physiological effects.
Chronic exposure of animals to. Research Issues in Aluminum Toxicity. Taylor and Francis; Washington: pp. 17– Li H, Campbell A, Ali SF, Cong P, Bondy SC. Chronic exposure to low levels of aluminum alters cerebral cell signaling in response to acute MPTP treatment. Toxicol Indust Health.
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Research Article ENVIRONMENTAL STRESS AND ADAPTATION Aluminum Toxicity Is Associated with Mitochondrial Dysfunction and the Production of Reactive Oxygen Species in Plant Cells Yoko Yamamoto, Yukiko Kobayashi, S. Rama Devi, Sanae Rikiishi. Nutritional Aspects of Aluminium Toxicity Article (PDF Available) in Nutrition Research Reviews 3(1) February with 97 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Research has uncovered direct links between aluminum levels in the body and Alzheimer’s, breast cancer, brittle bones, autism (in utero exposure), infertility, and generalized permanent damage to the central nervous system.
Synopsis This work focuses primarily on identifying the research needs in this area of neurotoxicology. Based on papers presented for the International Symposium on Aluminium Toxicity, held in Vancouver init reviews the knowledge and research required in. In Research Issues in Aluminum Toxicity.
Edited by R.A. Yokel and M.S. Golub. Taylor & Francis, Wash. pp. 47– Aluminium toxicity in acid soils having pH belowaffects the production of staple food crops, vegetables and cash crops worldwide. About 50% of the world’s potentially arable lands are acidic.
It is trivalent cationic form i.e. Al3+ that limits the plant’s growth. Absorbed Aluminium inhibits root elongation and adversely affects plant growth. Exchangeable aluminium is used to determine the requirement for lime where aluminium-sensitive species, such as lucerne, white clovers and, to a lesser extent, sub clovers, are concerned.
High aluminium levels can be toxic to plants, but aluminium generally falls to harmless levels once the pH (CaCl2) exceeds Aluminum toxicity.
Plant Physiol. ; 3: – Lucia M et al. Trace element concentrations (mercury, cadmium, copper, zinc, lead, aluminium, nickel, arsenic, and selenium) in some aquatic birds of the Southwest Atlantic Coast of France.
Arch Environ Contam Toxicol. Sep [Epub ahead of print] [ ] The long way of aluminium. In: RA YOKEL & MS GOLUB (Eds) Research Issues in Aluminium Toxicity (Taylor & Francis, Washington DC, USA) pp.
SAVORY J, EXLEY C, FORBES WF, HUANG Y, JOSHI JG, KRUCK T, MCLACHLAN DRC & WAKAYAMA I () Can the controversy of the role of aluminium in Alzheimer's disease be resolved?Abstract Aluminium (Al) is the third most abundant metallic element in soil but becomes available to plants only when the soil pH drops below At those conditions, plants present several signals of Al toxicity.
As reported by literature, major consequences of Al exposure are the decrease of plant production and the inhibition of root growth.We close with an updated review of Al toxicity to fish, again with a focus on mechanisms of toxicity, and the role of Al speciation in controlling bioavailability.
KEY WORDS: metals, aluminum, speciation, bioavailability, toxicity, review. I. INTRODUCTION Investigating the biological effects of aluminum has become a major focus of aquatic research.