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Effect of fluoride emissions from industry on the fluoride concentration of soils and vegetation


, : Effect of fluoride emissions from industry on the fluoride concentration of soils and vegetation. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 21(2): 195-208

Fluoride emissions from an aluminium plant in Greece caused acute necrosis or chlorosis and high fluoride accumulation in the leaves of some plants. Others showed no visible injury and the intensity of symptoms changed considerably between individual plants or between leaves of the same plant. The average levels of fluoride in vegetation varied from 257.2 to 621.2 ppm in areas of severe damage and from 64.1 to 144.3 ppm in areas of slight damage.

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