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Environmental context Contamination of aquatic ecosystems with inorganic arsenic is a concern for both environmental and human health. Sediments are an important sink for dissolved arsenic, but they may also act as a source of arsenic because of human-induced changes in aquatic systems. This...
Environmental context Uptake of metal ions by plants is often predicted with equilibrium models, which assume that the rate limiting step is trans-membrane uptake of the metal in the roots rather than the transport of the metal ion towards the site of uptake. Evidence is given that uptake of...
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