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Comprehensive mechanisms of heavy metal toxicity in plants, detoxification, and remediation
Year:
2023
Source of publication :
Journal of Hazardous Materials
Authors :
גוג', סנדיפ אנאסהב
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Co-Authors:

Sandip A Ghuge 
Ganesh Chandrakant Nikalje
Ulhas Sopanrao Kadam 
Penna Suprasanna
Jong Chan Hong 

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Abstract:

Natural and anthropogenic causes are continually growing sources of metals in the ecosystem; hence, heavy metal (HM) accumulation has become a primary environmental concern. HM contamination poses a serious threat to plants. A major focus of global research has been to develop cost-effective and proficient phytoremediation technologies to rehabilitate HM-contaminated soil. In this regard, there is a need for insights into the mechanisms associated with the accumulation and tolerance of HMs in plants. It has been recently suggested that plant root architecture has a critical role in the processes that determine sensitivity or tolerance to HMs stress. Several plant species, including those from aquatic habitats, are considered good hyperaccumulators for HM cleanup. Several transporters, such as the ABC transporter family, NRAMP, HMA, and metal tolerance proteins, are involved in the metal acquisition mechanisms. Omics tools have shown that HM stress regulates several genes, stress metabolites or small molecules, microRNAs, and phytohormones to promote tolerance to HM stress and for efficient regulation of metabolic pathways for survival. This review presents a mechanistic view of HM uptake, translocation, and detoxification. Sustainable plant-based solutions may provide essential and economical means of mitigating HM toxicity.

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Related Files :
antioxidant defense
detoxification
Halophytes
Phytohormones
phytoremediation
Transporters
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DOI :
10.1016/j.jhazmat.2023.131039
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PubMed
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Scientific Publication
Comprehensive mechanisms of heavy metal toxicity in plants, detoxification, and remediation

Sandip A Ghuge 
Ganesh Chandrakant Nikalje
Ulhas Sopanrao Kadam 
Penna Suprasanna
Jong Chan Hong 

Comprehensive mechanisms of heavy metal toxicity in plants, detoxification, and remediation

Natural and anthropogenic causes are continually growing sources of metals in the ecosystem; hence, heavy metal (HM) accumulation has become a primary environmental concern. HM contamination poses a serious threat to plants. A major focus of global research has been to develop cost-effective and proficient phytoremediation technologies to rehabilitate HM-contaminated soil. In this regard, there is a need for insights into the mechanisms associated with the accumulation and tolerance of HMs in plants. It has been recently suggested that plant root architecture has a critical role in the processes that determine sensitivity or tolerance to HMs stress. Several plant species, including those from aquatic habitats, are considered good hyperaccumulators for HM cleanup. Several transporters, such as the ABC transporter family, NRAMP, HMA, and metal tolerance proteins, are involved in the metal acquisition mechanisms. Omics tools have shown that HM stress regulates several genes, stress metabolites or small molecules, microRNAs, and phytohormones to promote tolerance to HM stress and for efficient regulation of metabolic pathways for survival. This review presents a mechanistic view of HM uptake, translocation, and detoxification. Sustainable plant-based solutions may provide essential and economical means of mitigating HM toxicity.

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