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Decrease in enzyme activity such as nitrate reductase, Reduction in germination, plant height, fresh and dry weight, Reduction in growth, germination and dry biomass, Chlorosis, necrosis, inhibition of growth, Decrease in chlorophyll content and increase proline, Reduction in germination, growth and chromosome length, Decrease in electrolyte leakage and chlorophyll content, Decrease in relative root growth, fresh and dry weight, Table 2. The excessive uptake of these metals from the soil can create dual problem: the harvested crops so contaminated serve as a source of heavy metals in our food supply, and yields are reduced due to adverse effect on plant growth (Bala and Setia, 1990; Hall, 2002). Effects of landscape plant species and concentration of sewage sludge compost on plant growth, nutrient uptake, and heavy metal removal. An attempt has been made to review plant-based mechanisms which allow metal uptake, accumulation and translocation in plants whose better understanding is needed to further enhance the efficiency of phytoremediation. Zinc and copper both carry a 2+ charges. Moreover, reduced growth and development also will be presented in relation to low soil pH. 1. Decrease in net photosynthetic rate, RuBisCO activity, Decrease in dry weight, leaf area, net photosynthetic rate, Decrease in length , fresh and dry weight, leaf, number,chlorophyll, soluble proteins, and total amino acid, Reduction in photosynthesis, growth, chlorophyll, fluorescence, leaf area, and dry mass and increase in. Heavy metal polluted soils leads to reduction in growth due to changes in physiological and biochemical activities. 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Cultivation of crops on contaminated sites may result in both growth inhibition and tissue accumulation of heavy metals with resulting possible risks to humans health. Not logged in After the growth of Bajo starfruit for 25 weeks, the application of 3 g citric acid/kg of soil without application of NPK fertilizer reduced the total soil Ni from 8926 ppm to 2400 ppm i.e.73.11%. Sedeek KE, Mahas A, Mahfouz M (2019) Plant genome engineering for targeted improvement of crop traits. It is the promising technology for the remediation of contaminated soil because for its low cost, non-intrusiveness, aesthetically pleasing and sustainable features. Genetic engineering approaches to improve the potential of phytoremediation are also reviewed and discussed. 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NM leaves were larger and thicker compared to the M ecotype. purpose of this research is to survey the effects of heavy metals stress (Cu, Pb, and Zn) on enzyme activities, growth, and physiology indexes, and to evaluate the role of antioxidant defense mechanisms in alleviation of heavy metals, toxicity, and ameliorate plant growth indexes on the two-year-old ornamental bamboo species. However, many of these plants produce a low biomass, which makes the use of agronomic techniques for improving their growth necessary. Different concentrations of Mn and Cr (0, 0.25Molar, 0.50Molar) were applies in combined form and individually. Int J Phytoremediation 11:558–574, Murphy A, Taiz L (1995) Comparison of metallothionein gene expression and nonproteinthiols in ten, Nagajyoti PC, Lee KD, Sreekanth TVM (2010) Heavy metals, occurrence and toxicity for plants: a review. 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Reduced number of leaves and dry weight of the Bajo starfruit plants (Figures 1 and 2) could be a symptom that arose due to excess Ni metal in plants. We hypothesized that TMs may lead to (i) leaf apoplast modifications and (ii) changes in the antioxidant machinery efficiency that facilitate plant growth under severe contamination. A green-house experiment was conducted to investigate the efficiency of three heavy metal-tolerant plant growth promoting bacterial strains (HMT-PGPB) (Alcaligenes faecalis MG257493.1, Bacillus cereus MG257494.1 and Alcaligenes faecalis MG966440.1 to alleviate the heavy metal’s toxic effects on sorghum plant (Sorghum bicolor, L.) in addition to their ability to enhance plant growth. Proc Indian Natl Sci Acad 70:91–98, Ramasamy P, Vino AB, Saravanan R, Subhapradha N, Shanmugam V, Shanmugam A (2011) Screening of antimicrobial potential of polysaccharide from cuttlebone and methanolic extract from body tissue of Sepia prashadi Winkworth, 1936. Introduction. 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