I= GENETIC ANALYSIS OF VARIOUS PLANT TRAITS IN COTTON (GOSSYPIUM HIRSUTUM L.)
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Title of Thesis

Phytoavailability of nickel (Ni) in contaminated soils in response to soil-applied amendments

Author(s)
Muhammad Sabir
Institute/University/Department Details

Institute Of Soil & Environmental Sciences / University of Agriculture Faisalabad

Session
2009
Subject
Soil Science
Number of Pages
137
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
Phytoavailability, nickel, contaminated soils, soil-applied, amendments

Abstract
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1 0 CONTENTS 9
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2 1 INTRODUCTION 5
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3 2 REVIEW OF LITERATURE

2.01 Metal contamination of soils

2.02 Sources of Nickel

2.03 Essentiality of Ni for plants

2.04 Phytoavailability of Ni with organic amendments in contaminated soils

2.05 Effect of amendments and time on metal phytoavailability

2.06 Residual effect of organic amendments on phytoavailability of Ni and other metals in soils

2.07 Effect of Ni on elemental composition of plants

2.08 Role of organic acids in affecting phytoavailability of metals

2.09 Activated carbon

2.10 Pressmud

2.11 Poultry manure

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4 3 MATERIALS AND METHODS

3.1 Collection and preparation of soils

3.2 Collection and preparation of amendments

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5 4 RESULTS AND DISCUSSION

4.1 Study 1. Effect of organic amendments and incubation time on AB-DTPA extractable Ni from contaminated soils

4.2 Study 2. Phyto-availability of Ni to maize fodder grown in contaminated soils as affected by organic amendments

4.3 Study 3. Residual effect of organic amendments on phytoavailability of Ni to berseem

4.4 Study 4. Ionic composition of maize as affected by Ni application in sand culture

4.5 Study 5. Role of organic acids in altering Ni pyhto-availability from Ni contaminated

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6 5 SUMMARY 5
  5.1 LITERATURE CITED 18
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