Simultaneous effects of two fungicides (copper and dimethomorph) on their phytoremediation using Lemna minor

  • Megateli S
  • Dosnon-Olette R
  • Trotel-Aziz P
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Effects of two fungicides, copper and dimethomorph ((E,Z)4-[3-(4-chlorophenyl)-3-(3-4dimethoxyphenyl) acryloyl] morpholine) on Lemna minor growth and phytoremediation were evaluated. The toxicity of copper and dimethomorph alone and in combination, was assessed by growth inhibition of L. minor cultures after 96 and 168 h. Copper had a severe impact on growth (max. inhibition: 90 % at 1,000 μg L(-1)) while dimethomorph (as pure ingredient or formulated as Forum) did not (inhibition

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  • Aquatic plants
  • Depuration
  • Metal-fungicide interactions
  • Synergism
  • Toxicity
  • Water quality

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  • Smain Megateli

  • Rachel Dosnon-Olette

  • Patricia Trotel-Aziz

  • Alain Geffard

  • Saida Semsari

  • Michel Couderchet

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