Investigation Of Usage Possibilities Of Natural Wetland Plants For The Treatment Of Nano-Size Heavy Metal Pollution
In this study, Brassica sp. Which is known as a natural wetland vegetation in the country and which is found mostly in natural wetlands of our country. (Brassica sp.) which was prepared by using AgNO3 (Silver Nitrate) chemistry at different concentrations. It has been determined at what concentrations the plant can tolerate the Ag heavy metal and how the different concentrations used affect the stress enzymes of the plant. In the study carried out in the climate cabin, AgNO3 was applied to the plants for 4 weeks at concentrations determined as 1000, 2000, 4000 and 6000 ppm and after 4 weeks analyzes were carried out on the samples taken from the plants. As a result the plant showed resistance against the maximum concentration of 6000 ppm and continued its life activities. the excess accumulation was observed at the root of the plant (207.100 ± 21.49) in the application of 6000 ppm (AgNO3), and in the leaf of the plant (184.20 ± 28.70) (13.20 ± 4.80). Superoxide dismutase (SOD) enzyme activity, responsible for the elimination of superoxide radicals from oxidative stress-induced active oxygen derivatives, has been shown to increase due to increased silver concentrations.
Keywords - Pyhtoremedion, Soil Treatment, Heavy metal Aluminium