ECOLOGICAL AND GENETIC MONITORING OF THE AGRO - AND BIODIVERSITY OF THE COASTAL ZONE OF WESTERN GEORGIA

EP.
2018;
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Batumi Shota Rustaveli State University

The intensity of heavy metals, natural and anthropogenic radionuclides are studied in the cultivated plants and soil in the vicinity of the western coast of Georgia. It is shown that the intensity of their accumulation depends on the type of plant, the place of sampling and the ecological zone. The highest rate of natural radionuclides is 40K, and the lowest - 226Ra, from the technogenic radionuclides the high-quality activeness is characterized to 137Cs, and its accumulation is the highest in the soil. From the hard metals, the plants most actively absorb lead and cadmium.

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