Phytoremediation

Phytoremediation ({ety|grc|φυτο ({{lang|grc-Latn|phyto})|plant|la|remedium|restoring balance}}) describes the treatment of environmental problems (bioremediation) through the use of plants that mitigate the environmental problem without the need to excavate the contaminant material and dispose of it elsewhere. Phytoremediation consists of miti...
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Phytoremediation

Low-cost remediation option for sites with widely dispersed contamination at low concentrations.
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Phytoremediation

The systematic use of plants to treat environmental contamination. It is being investigated as a pot
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phytoremediation

The use of plants or algae toclean up polluted water or soil. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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phytoremediation

The use of trees to take up chemicals, binding some of the material in an inert form with the tree, and converting some of it to other substances, possibly even breaking it down into the normal end product of a tree's chemical processes.
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phytoremediation

The use of trees to take up chemicals, binding some of the material in an inert form with the tree, and converting some of it to other substances—possibly even breaking it down into the normal end product of a tree's chemical processes.
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phytoremediation

Using plants to clear toxic metals from the environment by chelation.
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