anatomical characteristics of sanseviera polluted with different concentration of crude oil


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Anatomical and palynological characteristics of Salvia willeana (Holmboe) Hedge and Salvia veneris Hedge endemic to Cyprus In this study, anatomical and palynological features of the roots, stems, petiole and leaves of Salvia willeana (Holmboe) Hedge and Salvia veneris Hedge, Salviaspecies endemic to Cyprus, were investigated. Mediational influence of spent mushroom compost on phytoremediation of black-oil hydrocarbon polluted soil and response of Megathyrsus maximus Jacq Author links open overlay panel Michael Dare Asemoloye a c Segun Gbolagade Jonathan a Adeniyi A. Jayeola b Rafiq Ahmad c

Understanding the Impacts of Crude Oil and its Induced ...

The behaviour of PH in the environment determines where they are likely to be found, such as in air, water, soil, sediment, food, or other media that people might come in contact with [].In the view of Oghenejoboh et al. [], the factors governing the spread/migration of spilled oil in soil include the amount of oil spilled, physical properties of the spilled oil … The crude oil prepared at different concentrations of 0.0, 2.5, 5.0, 7.5, 10.0 and 12.5 (w/v) acted as contaminants on 3kg each of air-dried soil collected from the Obafemi Awolowo University Biological garden which is rich inof the ...

Germination, Survival and Growth of Accessions of …

The germination, survival and growth of four accessions each of Glycine max and Lycopersicon esculentum in crude oil polluted soil were investigated in this study. The TGX 1440-1E accession of G. max performed better than the other accessions of G. max while the DT 95/370 accession of L. esculentum performed better than the other … (Chromolaena odorata) with crude oil revealed the presence of oil films in the epidermal and cortical regions of the root, stem and leaves. Also the crude oil affects the cell disruption in root and other organs (Gill et al., 2005).

Monitoring oil contamination in vegetated areas with …

1. Introduction Oil and gas industry currently holds a key role in the global energy mix (Marrero, 2010; Suganthi and , 2012; Jones and Warner, 2016).Since the beginning of the 20 th century, crude oil supply has continuously increased to satisfy a growing demand, reaching over 35 billion barrels (Gb) produced in 2017 (Miller et al., … 2019/04/25· Seeds grown in crude oil polluted soil, pp 105–111 Agbogidi O, Eruotor P, Akparobi S, Nnaji G (2007) Evaluation of crude oil contaminated soil on the mineral nutrient elements of maize (Zea mays L.).

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Journal of Environment Sciences- Volume 2 S.N. Title Author Page 1. Spatial and Temporal Variation of Water Quality Parameters of Manahara River, Kathmandu. Kashi Nath Nepal, Bhupendra Sharma, Subodh Sharma, Deepak Farm Power and Machinery Distribution in Iran: Fuzzy Analytical Hierarchy Process (FAHP) and Weight Restriction Data Envelopment Analysis (WR-DEA) Models Camelia (Camelina sativa L. Crantz Variety) Oil and Seeds as n-3 Fatty Acids Rich Products in Broiler Diets and Its Effects on Performance, Meat Fatty Acid Composition, Immune …

Comparative Study on the Effect of Spent Engine Oil …

at higher concentration of crude oil and spent lubricating oil respectively. The spent engine oil affected plant growth at 1%, 3%, 6% and 9% concentrations studied because it interfered with factors such as aeration, mineral availability, plant water relation and suitable warmth that Gas chromatographic (GC) analyses of residual waste engine oil, revealed that 66.58, 89.06 % and 63.40, 90.75 % of the initial concentration of the waste engine oil were degraded by strains RM1 and SK1 within 12 and 21 days.

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The solution to the refraction problem is to replace the air gap with very clear oil, which has optical characteristics similar to glass. This procedure is referred to as oil immersion. Typical oil immersion lenses magnify 100 times 2011/09/01· Morphological and anatomical effects of crude oil on Pistia stratiotes Article (PDF Available) in The Environmentalist 31(3):288-298 · September 2011 with 852 Reads How we measure 'reads'

APPLICATION OF WATER HYACINTH (EICHHORNIA ...

Anatomical parts of water hyacinth containing some chemical constituents which are capable to remove several impurities. The concentration of contaminants has been reduced by water hyacinth. Different physio-chemical : ... 2014/06/20· Chlorophyll plays a pivotal role in the plant physiology and its productivity. Cultivation of plants in crude oil contaminated soil has a great impact on the synthesis of chlorophyll pigment. Morpho-anatomy of the experimental plant also shows structural deformation in higher concentrations. Keeping this in mind, a laboratory investigation has been carried out to study the effect of crude oil ...

Metabolism of waste engine oil by Pseudomonas species ...

2016/04/08· Gas chromatographic (GC) analyses of residual waste engine oil, revealed that 66.58, 89.06 % and 63.40, 90.75 % of the initial concentration of the waste engine oil were degraded by strains RM1 and SK1 within 12 and 21 days Soil TPH Concentration Estimation Using Vegetation Indices in an Oil Polluted Area of Eastern China Linhai Zhu, 1, 2 Xuechun Zhao, 1, 2 Lai, 1 Jianjian Wang, 1 Lianhe Jiang, 1 Jinzhi Ding, 1 Nanxi Liu, 1 Yunjiang Yu, 3 Junsheng Li, 3 Nengwen Xiao, 3 Yuanrun Zheng, 1, * and Glyn M. Rimmington 4

Growth and Anatomy of Amaranthus Hybridus as …

INTRODUCTION of crude oil on the growth and physiology of different Crude oil in soil makes the soil condition The plant Amaranthus hybridus Linn., a nutritious unsatisfactory for plant growth [1], due to the reduction and leafy … GacS/GacA global two-component regulatory systems are comprised of a membrane-bound environmental sensor, GacS, and a transcriptional response regulator, GacA. GacS/ GacA homologs have since been identified in some ...

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2018/08/01· Oil pollution is one potential consequence of industry development, and oil contamination occurs in countries around the world. However, few studies have examined the detrimental effects of oil on plant anatomy. Therefore, the objectives of this study were (1) to determine the impacts of crude oil on the physiological and anatomical … 2007/10/19· Anatomical structure of some spontaneous plant species under the influence of air polluting agents in southern Tunisia Fayçal Boughalleb1,*, Mohamed Tarhouni1, Fatma Lahouithek2 and Raoudha Abdellaoui 1 1 Laboratoire d'Ecologie Pastorale, Institut des Régions Arides, ...

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It was also observed that the plants grown on crude oil polluted soil treated with mycelium of P. pulmonarius (samples 7 and 8) had the ability to grow well at the different crude oil concentration (Figure 1, Figure 2 and Figure 3). At the maximum test concentration of crude oil (15, 000 mg/kg) the roots accumulated TPH at 1561 mg/kg, the shoots 1400 mg/kg, and the husk ∼ 1000 mg/kg. The TPH concentration in the grains of rice plants grown in 15,000

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Unpolluted soil near the Tigris River was taken and be polluted with varied doses of crude oil. They used alfalfa, Cotton and Grass in this research to reduce pollution. It made a comparison between the results of the three plants According to Agbogidi, et al, 2006a soils polluted with crude oil significantly affected the performance of plant and the effects were proportional to the concentration of oil applied, other new study has shown that oil spills …

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1. GENERAL Manuscripts must be in English and must not exceed eight pages, including figures, tables, and reference. Manuscripts must be typed only on one side with double space on A4 white paper. 2. TYPES OF EPA/600/R-04/074 July 2004 GUIDELINES FOR THE BIOREMEDIATION OF OIL-CONTAMINATED SALT MARSHES by ^ueqing Zhu, 2Albert D. Venosa ------- Disclaimer The information in this document has been funded by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) under Task Order No. 8 of Contract No. 68-C-00-159 to …

Growth and anatomy of Amaranthus hybridus as …

2008/01/01· PDF | On Jan 1, 2008, G. Omosun and others published Growth and anatomy of Amaranthus hybridus as affected by different crude oil concentrations | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ... pulcherrima L. and Imperata cylindrica L. in crude oil polluted soils amended with cow-dung. 9kg soil was collected at a depth of 1-10cm and polluted with 250 ml of crude oil. A Latin Square Design comprising T1 (300g

Diesel effects on root hydraulic conductivity and morphological ...

The effects petroleum hydrocarbons (PH) on the morphological and physiological responses of roots have not been well studied. This research evaluated the root hydraulic responses of Medicago sativa seedlings exposed to diesel. seedlings exposed to diesel. 25 Res. J. Agric. & Biol. Sci., 8(1): 24-35, 2012 source of oil and high-protein meal (Harry and Kwon, 1987 and Abdo, 2008). Soybean seeds contain approximately 40% protein and 21% edible oil which is used in making margarine

Effects of an oil spill on the leaf anatomical …

2017/08/03· Effects of an oil spill on the leaf anatomical characteristics of a beach plant (Terminalia catappa L.) Article in Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24(11) · August 2017 with 86 Reads Soil TPH Concentration Estimation Using Vegetation Indices in an Oil Polluted Area of Eastern China PLOS ONE, Dec 2019 Linhai Zhu, Xuechun Zhao, Lai, Jianjian Wang, Lianhe Jiang, Jinzhi Ding, Nanxi Liu, Yunjiang Yu, …

Soil TPH Concentration Estimation Using Vegetation …

Soil TPH Concentration Estimation Using Vegetation Indices in an Oil Polluted Area of Eastern China Linhai Zhu1,2, Xuechun Zhao1,2, Lai1, Jianjian Wang1, Lianhe Jiang1, Jinzhi Ding1, Nanxi ... Highlights We studied germination of 50 plants in kerosene-contaminated leached chernozem. It decreased in the range of families: Fabaceae > Brassicaceae > Asteraceae > Poaceae. Tested wild plants were more sensitive to kerosene than cultivated. The degree of plant tolerance did not correlate to the mass of seeds. Structure of testa and …

Journal of Plant Development

EFFECTS OF CRUDE OIL POLLUTED SOIL ON THE SEEDLING GROWTH OF PENNISETUM GLAUCUM (L.) R. BR. Huda SHAHID 1, Muhammad Zafar IQBAL 1, Muhammad SHAFIQ 1, Mohammad ATHAR 2 1 Department of Botany, University of Karachi, Karachi – 75270 – Pakistan 2009/10/19· Seventy days after the application of crude oil, the death of all the plants of E. crassipes exposed to the concentrations of 10.59 and 15.89 l m −2 was observed.E. polystachya was even more sensitive to crude oil as 4 days after the exposure all plants exposed to the 5.29, 10.59, and 15.89 l m −2 died and after 35 days all plants exposed …

Crude oil and bioproducts of castor bean (Ricinus …

ORIGINAL PAPER Crude oil and bioproducts of castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) plants established naturally on metal mine tailings M. C. A. Gonza´lez-Cha´vez • A. Ruı´z Olivares • R. Carrillo-Gonza´lez • E. Rı´os Leal Received: 7 2009/01/01· Regarding growth of the maize plants, MV06 and MV08 collections have greater potential to be used in experiments with crude oil-polluted soils. A crude oil concentration of 25000 mg kg(-1) soil ...