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Evidence of plants subjected to fluorine pollution releasing gaseous fluorine


, : Evidence of plants subjected to fluorine pollution releasing gaseous fluorine. Environmental Pollution Series A Ecological & Biological 30(3): 201-210

In fir Abies alba Mil needles polluted by fluoride, this element may be lost in the air as a volatile compound. The origin and the type of fluoride compound are still unknown. These losses of fluoride are small and apparently are related to the metabolism, as they decrease in relative value when the level of internal pollution increases in the plant. Volatilization of fluoride from the leaf surface leads to a reduction in the fluoride content of plants, as was observed during the post-fumigation period.


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