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African Journal of Agricultural Research
Soil contamination with zinc occurs in mining and agricultural areas through successive applications of pig slurry. Essential to the selection and adaptation of plants to contaminated soil, is the study of species showing not only tolerance but also bioaccumulation or bioconcentration of zinc associated with amelioration. In this context, this study aimed to evaluate the influence of peat addition on the tolerance, bioconcentration and bioaccumulation of Zn in Eucalyptus grandis seedlings. Adoi:10.5897/ajar2016.12020 fatcat:axnls4ic3jbybjfyrh2ygrtxm4