Engineered Nanomaterials, Plants, Plant Toxicity and Biotransformation: A review

Document Type : Review Articles


1 Al-maarif University College

2 Veterinary medicine college, Al-Qasim green University, Al-Qasim, Iraq

3 Ph.D. Associate Professor Mathematics Dwaraka Doss Goverdhan Doss Vaishnav College, Arumbakkam, Chennai University of Madras Chennai India

4 Al-Farahidi University/ Baghdad/ Iraq

5 Al-Manara College For Medical Sciences (maysan)/Iraq

6 Al-Nisour University College/Baghdad/Iraq

7 Anesthesia Techniques Department, Al-Mustaqbal University College, Babylon, Iraq

8 Department of Pharmacy, Al-Zahrawi University College, Karbala, Iraq

9 Department of Chemical Engineering, Arak Branch, Islamic Azad University, Arak, Iran


Interaction between engineered nanomaterials and plants is important; Because plants have direct contact with water, soil, and therefore the atmosphere, the potential pathway for higher species to encounter these nanomaterials is thru the organic phenomenon that plants form the most ring and source of. the aim of the article, Plant Toxicity and Biotransformation, is to boost our understanding of a number of the interactions of engineered nanomaterials with plants, including their toxicity to plants and biotransformation or biodegradation of nanomaterials within the plant system. Mechanisms of nanomaterial toxicity to plants and biological access to nanomaterials aren't yet well understood. it's clear that in these circumstances, further evaluations of the interaction of nanomaterials and plants, likewise because the development of latest methods for characterizing nanomaterials in vivo, are necessary so as to create sustainable use of nanotechnology.


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