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Ricinus communis L. (Castor bean), a potential multi-purpose environmental crop for improved and integrated phytoremediation

. World Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 2012, 8(1): 89-95. 150. Makeswari M, Santhi T Removal of malachite green dye from aqueous solutions onto microwave assisted zinc chloride chemical activated epicarp of Ricinus communis. Journal of Water Resource and Protection Vol.5 No.2 (2013), Article ID: 28297,17. 151. Pal R, Banerjee A, Kundu R. Responses of castor bean (Ricinus communis L.) to lead stress, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. India Section B: Biol. Sci., 2013, 83(4): 643-650. 152. Kathi S, Khan AB. Phytoremediation

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Indoor air pollution and the contribution of biosensors

-free, fluorescent monitors, in their detection in air ( 127 ), via a specific lead-induced aptamer HTG conformational change and the organic dye malachite green (MG), as the fluorescent probe with limits of detection for lead and radon detection, 6.7 nmol/L and 2.06 × 10 3 Bq·h/m 3 , respectively. The changing source of pollutants due to the constant change in building material and consumer products created many of the chemicals found in the indoor environment and occupants. Therefore, monitoring the concentration and type of pollutant and removal of this toxicant in the air

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