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Guang Pu Xue Yu Guang Pu Fen Xi. 2011 Apr;31(4):1126-9.

[Research on the relevance of earthworms inducing soil Cd2+ absorbed by perennial ryegrass].

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Grassland and Environmental Science College, Xinjiang Agricultural University, Urumqi 830052, China.


Through the method of simulating the heavy metal pollution in farmland, the graphite oven (GF-990) atomic absorption was used for analyzing the regulations of the earthworms inducing the soil Cd2+ absorbed by the perennial ryegrass. The result indicated: (1) under the circumstance of the soil Cd2+ density of 3-6 mg x kg(-1), the positive relevance appeared extremely remarkably that the contents of Cd2+ in underground portions of the perennial ryegrass relate to the earthworm quantity (r = 0.883 2-0.986 2), but in the portion above ground the positive relevance did not appear extremely remarkably (r = 0.345 5-0.325 4); And the negative relevance appeared remarkably that the contents of Cd2+ in the soil relate to the earthworm quantity (r = -0.588 7(-) -0.678 4). (2) Under the conditions of isometric number of earthworms, the more the density of Cd2+ in the soil, the more the increase of Cd2+ in both portions under and above ground of perennial ryegrass. (3) Under the same soil environment, the negative relevance appeared that the number of earthworms relates to the contents of Cd2+ in the earthworms (r = -0.982 0(-) -0.991 6).

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