Effect of static magnetic field on growth indices and storage of oyster mushroom Pleurotus
Effect of a magnetic field on growth indices of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus florida)
|Author / Creator:||Javanmardi, J.; Ranjbar, M.; Shams, G.; Greuning, Martmari van; International Society for Mushroom Science; South African Mushroom Farmers Association|
MUSHROOM SCIENCE, 17; 35
International Society for Mushroom Science; Science and cultivation of edible and medicinal fungi
Congress; 17th, International Society for Mushroom Science; Science and cultivation of edible and medicinal fungi
|Supplier:||ISMS , Pretoria|
|Year of publication:||2008|
|Type of media:||Conference paper|
|Type of material:||
Medicinal fungi, Edible fungi
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Effect of silver nanoparticles on concentration of silver heavy element and growth indexes in cucumber (Cucumis sativus L. negeen)
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The tremendous progress on nanoparticle research area has been made significant effects on the economy, society, and the environment. Silver nanoparticle is one of the most important particles in these categories. Silver nanoparticles can be converted to the heavy silver metal in water by oxidation. Moreover, in the high amounts of silver concentration, they will be accumulated in different parts of the plant. However, by changing the morphology of the plant, the production will be harmful for human consumptions. In this study, nano-powders with average 50 nm silver particles are mixed with deionized distilled water in a completely randomized design. Seven treatments with various concentrations of suspension silver nanoparticles were prepared and repeated in four different parts of the plant in a regular program of spraying. Samples were analyzed to study the growth indexes and concentration of silver in different parts of the plant. It was observed that with increasing concentration of silver nanoparticles on cucumber, the growth indexes (except pH fruit), and the concentration of silver heavy metal are increased significantly. The incremental concentration had the linear relationship with correlation coefficient 0.95 and an average of 0.617 PPM by increasing of each unit in one thousand concentration of nanosilver. Although, by increasing concentration of silver nanoparticles as spraying form, the plant morphological characteristics were improved, the concentration of silver heavy metal in various plant organs was increased. These results open a new pathway to consider the effect of nanoparticles on plant’s productions for human consumptions.
The effect of 35 nm silver nanoparticles on antagonistic and synergistic mineral elements in leaves and fruit of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.)
Gholamabbas Shams, Morteza Ranjbar, Ali Asghar Amiri, Zahra Khodarahmpour