Investigation of the Effect of Arsenic Pollution in the Soil of Some Regions of Kerman on Physiological Characteristics of Pistacia atlantica L. and Medicago sativa L.
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Heavy metal poisoning and its accumulation in food chains are one of modern societies' main bioenvironmental and health problems. This study was conducted to investigate the effect of arsenic contamination in soil on the physiological characteristics of pistachio and alfalfa in the form of a completely randomized design. Plant and soil sampling was done in 8 regions of the Kerman province. The results related to the pigments showed that they were influenced in both pistachio and alfalfa by the region. The highest levels of chlorophyll a, chlorophyll b, and total-chl in the alfalfa plant were related to the Shahr-e-Babak region where a similar result was seen for pistachio. chl a (alfalfa (28.50±0.37), pistachio (30.33±0.32)), Chl b ((Alfalfa: 0.13±0.23), pistachio (9.10±0.11)), total-chl (Alfalfa (8.63±0.38 (pistachio: 39.43±0.17)). The results of the regression trend of intra-tissue and peripheral arsenic changes also showed that the amount of peripheral arsenic was able to account for a higher percentage of changes in chl an in both plants and the changes model of chl due to changes in peripheral arsenic was as the second degree. But, the amount of chl b was affected by the amount of intera-tissue arsenic. The highest amount of flavonoid in pistachio was observed in Shahr-e-Babak and Bayaz regions (alfalfa (71.50±0.65), pistachio (74.50±1.32)) and the highest amount of carotenoid was obtained from Shahr-e-Babak, Bayaz, and Anar in alfalfa and pistachio. The amount of alfalfa flavonoid was more affected by intra-tissue arsenic, while in pistachio, the peripheral arsenic had more impact on flavonoids than intra-tissue arsenic. The highest amount of total carbohydrates in alfalfa and pistachios was observed from Shahr-e-Babak and Zarand regions, while the highest amount of protein was observed from Anar, Bayaz, and Kabutar-khan regions. In general, alfalfa is a more arsenic-accumulating plant, shows better resistance to it, and is less affected.
Agrotechniques in Industrial Crops, Volume:2 Issue: 3, Summer 2022
140 to 155  
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