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001-es BibID:BIBFORM104366
035-os BibID:(WoS)000436824400005
Első szerző:El-Ramady, Hassan (agrármérnök)
Cím:Plant Nano-nutrition : Perspectives and Challenges / Hassan El-Ramady, Neama Abdalla, Tarek Alshaal, Ahmed El-Henawy, Mohammed Elmahrouk, Yousry Bayoumi, Tarek Shalaby, Megahed Amed, Said Shehata, Miklós Fári, Éva Domokos-Szabolcsy, Attila Sztrik, József Prokisch, Elizabeth A. H., Pilon-Smits, Marinus Pilon, Dirk Selmar, Silvia Haneklaus, Ewald Schnug
Megjegyzések:The global agriculture is facing many challenges including sustainable use and conservation of natural resources, climate change, urbanization, and pollution resulting from agrochemicals (e.g., fertilizers and pesticides). So, the sustainable agriculture is an urgent issue and hence the suitable agro-technological interventions are essential (e.g., nano- and bio-technology) for ensuring the safety and sustainability of relevant production system. Biotechnology and nanotechnology also can be considered emerging solutions to resolve the global food crisis. Nanoparticles or nanomaterials can be used in delivering different nutrients for plant growth. These nanoparticles as nanofertilizers have positive and negative effects on soils, soil-biota and plants. These effects mainly depend on multiple factors including nanofertilizer properties, plant species, soil fate and dynamics as well as soil microbial communities. Nanofertilizers could improve the nutrient use efficiencies through releasing of nutrients slowly and steadily for more than 30 days as well as reducing the loss of nutrients in agroecosystems and sustaining farm productivity. Here we review the plant nano-nutrition including the response of plants and soils to nanonutrients and their fate, dynamic, bioavailability, phytotoxicity, etc. Concerning the effects of nanonutrients on terrestrial environments are still an ongoing processes and it demands further researches as well as a knowledge gap towards different changes in shape, texture, color, taste and nutritional aspects on nanonutrients exposed plants as a major component in the food chain. Moreover, the interaction between nanonutrients and plants, soils, soil biota and the entire agroecosystem will be also highlighted.
Tárgyszavak:Természettudományok Környezettudományok könyvfejezet
Plant nano-nutrition
Megjelenés:Nanotechnology, Food Security and Water Treatment / (ed.) K. M. Gothandam, Shivendu Ranjan, Nandita Dasgupta, Chidambaram Ramalingam, Eric Lichtfouse. - p. 129-161. -
További szerzők:Abdalla, Neama Alshaal, Tarek Ali Ahmed Ibrahim (1980-) (Soil Scientist) Elhenawy, Ahmed S. Elmahrouk, Mohammed Bayoumi, Yousry Shalaby, Tarek Amed, Megahed Shehata, Said A. Fári Miklós (1953-) (kertészmérnök) Domokos-Szabolcsy Éva (1978-) (molekuláris biológus) Sztrik Attila (1983-) (táplálkozástudomány) Prokisch József (1966-) (vegyész) Pilon-Smits, Elizabeth A. H. Pilon, Marinus Selmar, Dirk Haneklaus, Silvia Schnug, Ewald
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001-es BibID:BIBFORM061320
Első szerző:El-Ramady, Hassan (agrármérnök)
Cím:Selenium and nano-selenium in plant nutrition / Hassan El-Ramady, Neama Abdalla, Hussein S. Taha, Tarek Alshaal, Ahmed El-Henawy, Salah E.-D. A. Faizy, Mohamed S. Shams, Sarwat M. Youssef, Tarek Shalaby, Yousry Bayoumi, Nevien Elhawat, Said Shehata, Attila Sztrik, József Prokisch, Miklós Fári, Éva Domokos-Szabolcsy, Elizabeth A. Pilon-Smits, Dirk Selmar, Silvia Haneklaus, Ewald Schnug
Megjegyzések:Selenium (Se) is a naturally occurring metalloid element which occurs nearly in all environments. Se is considered as a finite and non-renewable resource on the Earth. The common sources of Se in earth's crust occur in association with sulfide minerals such as metal selenide, whereas it is rarely found in elemental form (Se0). While there is no evidence of Se need for higher plants, several reports show that when Se added at low concentrations, Se exerts beneficial effects on plant growth. Se may act as quasi-essential micronutrient through altering different physiological and biochemical traits. Thus, plants vary considerably in their physiological and biochemical response to Se. This review focusses on the physiological importance of Se forms as well as different Se fertilizers for higher plants, especially plant growth, uptake, transport, and metabolism.
Tárgyszavak:Agrártudományok Növénytermesztési és kertészeti tudományok idegen nyelvű folyóiratközlemény külföldi lapban
Higher plants
Plant nutrition
Megjelenés:Environmental Chemistry Letters. - 10 (2015), p. 1-25. -
További szerzők:Abdalla, Neama Taha, Hussein S. Alshaal, Tarek Ali Ahmed Ibrahim (1980-) (Soil Scientist) Elhenawy, Ahmed S. Faizy, Salah E.-D. A. Shams, Mohamed S. Youssef, Sarwat M. Shalaby, Tarek Bayoumi, Yousry Elhawat, Nevien Adel (1984-) (agrármérnök) Shehata, Said A. Sztrik Attila (1983-) (táplálkozástudomány) Prokisch József (1966-) (vegyész) Fári Miklós (1953-) (kertészmérnök) Domokos-Szabolcsy Éva (1978-) (molekuláris biológus) Pilon-Smits, Elizabeth A. H. Selmar, Dirk Haneklaus, Silvia Schnug, Ewald
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