|Title:||Prediction of Cadmium uptake by brown rice and derivation of soil-plant transfer models to improve soil protection guidelines||Authors:||Romkens, P. F. A. M.
T. S. Liu
C. F. Chiang
Koopmans, G. F.
|Keywords:||Cadmium;Rice;Paddy field;Model;Bioavailability;0.01 M CaCl(2);Risk assessment||Issue Date:||Sep-2009||Publisher:||Elsevier Applied Science Publishers||Journal Volume:||157||Journal Issue:||8-9||Start page/Pages:||2435-2444||Source:||Environmental Pollution||Abstract:||
Cadmium (Cd) levels in paddy fields across Taiwan have increased due to emission from industry. To ensure the production of rice that meets food quality standards, predictive models or suitable soil tests are needed to evaluate the quality of soils to be used for rice cropping. Levels of Cd in soil and rice grains were measured in 19 paddy fields across the western plains in Taiwan. Cadmium levels in soil range from less than 0.1 mg kg(-1) to 30 mg kg(-1). Measured Cd levels in brown rice were predicted very well (R(2) > 0.8) based on Cd and Zinc in a 0.01 M CaCl(2) extract or a soil-plant transfer model using the reactive soil Cd content, pH, and cation exchange capacity. In contrast to current soil quality standards used in Taiwan, such models are effective in identifying soils where Cd in rice will exceed food quality standards. (c) 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
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