By Giuseppe Montanaro; Bartolomeo Dichio
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Heavy metals1 are natural elements that are present at different concentrations throughout nature, but whose levels can increase and overtake the toxicity threshold of living beings due to both natural and anthropogenic causes (Sánchez, 2008). As plants must adapt (or die) to the conditions where they grow, the presence of heavy metals can induce oxidative stress and the activation of several defence factors in the plants (Prasad, 2004). , 2004) and to breed plants with higher contents of essential nutrients (Zhao & McGrath, 2009).
Advances in selected plant physiology aspects by Giuseppe Montanaro; Bartolomeo Dichio