Ecosystem cadastre of plant-soil interactions with nonferrous metals

Dr Dr Chrysanthus Chukwuma Sr, Executive Director, The Chrysanthus Centre for Future-Oriented Studies CTR Future-Oriented Ltd, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, Nigeria
2021 International Journal of Current Research in Chemistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences  
Especially in high concentrations, heavy metals are potential toxic substances in the environment with untoward impacts on fauna and flora. The metal toxicity is enhanced by chemical associations. The immediate and remote concerns for sustainable growth and development are the identification, control and management of factors which affect plants and soils with concomitant hunger, quality food deprivation, impairment of health in humans and animals. It becomes imperative to create opportunities
more » ... or sustainable mechanisms or modalities to eradicate the sources of the issues and challenges in heavy metal or trace element poisoning in the ecosystem cadastre.
doi:10.22192/ijcrcps.2021.08.06.003 fatcat:xjtdtuiwizbq3ca5umg3i7vlfm