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Evaluation of heavy metals accumulation potential of hemp (Cannabis sativa L.)

Marija Galić orcid id ; Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb
Aleksandra Perčin orcid id ; Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb
Željka Zgorelec orcid id ; Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb
Ivica Kisić ; Faculty of Agriculture, University of Zagreb

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str. 700-711

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Heavy metals accumulation in crops and soils poses a significant threat to the human health. A study was carried out in 2016 in order to assess hemp (Cannabis sativa L.) ability to accumulate heavy metals and to reveal its possibility as a phytoaccumulator or phytostabilizer. Two soil types from Croatia were used in experimental pots: Gleysoils (alkaline soil) and Stagnic Luvisol (acid soil). Majority of the varieties accumulated more heavy metals in roots than in above-ground biomass. Removal of Cd, Ni, Pb, Hg, Co, Mo and As was higher in acid soil. Potential ability for phytostabilization was observed in alkaline soil in order Cu>Cr> Cd>Mo>Hg>Zn>Ni>Co>As>Pb, while for acid soil in order Zn>Cd>Cr>Ni>Hg>Cu> Mo>As>Co>Pb. Some varieties exhibited a translocation coefficient (TC) more than 1 and shown the ability of hyper-accumulation for Zn, Hg, Mo and Cd. Higher accumulation of heavy metals in some varieties could lead to their general application for phytoaccumulation of heavy metals from polluted soils.

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bioaccumulation coefficient, pH, phytoaccumulation, soil types, translocation coefficient, uptake

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