Phytoremediation Potential of Bioenergy Plants

Phytoremediation Potential of Bioenergy Plants

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Springer Verlag, Singapore

08/2018

472

Mole

Inglês

9789811097850

15 a 20 dias

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Chapter 1. Phytoremediation: A multidimensional and ecologically viable practice for the cleanup of environmental contaminants (Poulomi Chakravarty).- Chapter 2. Bioenergy: A sustainable approach for cleaner environment (Abhishek Guldhe).- Chapter 3. Phytoremediation of Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil using Bioenergy Crops (Ambuj Bhushan Jha).- Chapter 4. PHYTOREMEDIATION OF SOIL CONTAMINANTS BY BIODIESEL PLANT Jatropha curcas (Abioye OP).- Chapter 5. Ricinus Communis: An ecological engineer and a biofuel resource (Dhananjay Kumar).- Chapter 6. Bioenergy and Phytoremediation Potential of Millettia pinnata (Dipesh kumar).- Chapter 7. PHYTOREMEDIATION POTENTIAL OF Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit. FOR HEAVY METAL POLLUTED AND DEGRADED ENVIRONMENTS (Jamilu Edrisa Ssenku).- Chapter 8. Phytoremediation potential of industrially important and biofuel plants: Azadirachta indica and Acacia nilotica (Jaya Tiwari).- Chapter 9. Efficiency of an industrially important crop Hibiscus cannabinus for phytoremediation and bioenergy production (Neha Vishnoi).- Chapter 10. Canabis sativa: A plant suitable for Phytoremediation and Bioenergy production (Sanjeev Kumar).- Chapter 11. Phytoremediation and bioenergy production efficiency of medicinal and aromatic plants (Jisha C.K.).- Chapter 12. A sustainable approach to clean contaminated land using terrestrial grasses (Anju Patel).- Chapter 13. Macrophytes for the reclamation of degraded water bodies with potential for bio-energy production (Sangeeta Anand).- Chapter 14. Efficiency of bioenergy plant in phytoremediation of saline and sodic soil (Priyanka Bharti).- Chapter 15. Managing waste dumpsites through energy plantations (Vimal Chandra Pandey).- Chapter 16. Biotechnological intervention to enhance the potential ability of bioenergy plants for phytoremediation (Gulshan Singh).- Chapter 17. Sustainability of three (Jatropha, Karanja and Castor) oil seed bearing bio-energy plants for phytoremediation: A meta-analysis based case study of India (Dipesh Kumar).- Chapter 18. Phycoremediation: An ecofriendly algal technology for bioremediation and bioenergy production (Sanjay Kumar Gupta).- Chapter 19. Coupling phytoremediation appositeness with bioenergy plants: A socio-legal perspective (Rashwet Shrinkhal).