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Very cold trapped atoms in a vapor cell

2013-10-14 · VOLUME 6S, NUMBER 13 PHYSICAL REVIEW LETTERS Very Cold Trapped Atoms in a Vapor Cell 24 SEPTEMBER 1990 C. Monroe, %.Swann, H. Robinson, "''''and C. Wieman Joint Institute for Laboratory Astrophysics, University ofColorado and National Institute ofStandards and Technology, and Department ofPh&sics, University ofColorado, Boulder, …

A scaling normalization method for differential expression ...

2010-3-2 · The fine detail provided by sequencing-based transcriptome surveys suggests that RNA-seq is likely to become the platform of choice for interrogating steady state RNA. In order to discover biologically important changes in expression, we show that normalization continues to be an essential step in the analysis. We outline a simple and effective method for performing …

(PDF) Phytomining for nickel, thallium and gold | Robyn ...

The long-term would reduce the plant-available Ni pool by 30%. cropping sustainability of the soils was simulated A proposed model for phytomining (Robinson et al., by sequential extractions with potassium hydrogen 1997a) involved harvesting the crop after 12 months phthalate solutions at pH 2, 4 and 6 (Robinson et and burning the material to ...

Phytoremediation and Phytomining

2020-3-20 · 1Corresponding author: E-mail: [email protected] Contents 1. Introduction 1 1.1 What Is Phytoremediation? 1 1.2 True Hyperaccumulators Versus Imposters Due To Soil Contamination of Short Plants 8 1.3 Practical Phytoextraction 11 1.4 Impractical Phytoextraction 16 1.5 Phytomining 17 1.6 Potential for Phytomining and Phytoproducts 21 2.

Phytomining Future Found in the Philippines?

2014-5-12 · Robinson B. Soil Amendments Affecting Nickel and Cobalt Uptake by Berkheya coddii: Potential Use for Phytomining and Phytoremediation, Annals of Botany, 84 (6) 689-694. DOI: 10.1006/anbo.1999.0970. Image. Rinorea niccolifera. Photo by Dr. Edwino S. Fernando. This image licensed under a Creative Commons by licence.

Soil Amendments Affecting Nickel and Cobalt Uptake by ...

Potential Use for Phytomining and Phytoremediation B. H. ROBINSON*, R. R. BROOKSf and B. E. CLOTHIER* * Horticulture and Food Research Institute of New Zealand, Palmerston North, New Zealand and f Soil and Earth Sciences, Institute of Natural Resources, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Calculating Sample Size Estimates for RNA Sequencing …

2015-4-22 · values for each sample (i.e., the value such that 90% of the genes have a smaller variation). Values for the zebrafish are 0.19 and 0.26, and for the human samples range from 0.32 to 0.74 with a median of 0.43. These are consistent with the suggested default values in the edgeR user guide of 0.1 and 0.4 for inbred Table 1.

fictitious self-play in extensive-form games: ...

2016-6-1 · fictitious self-play in extensive-form games:. FictitiousSelf-Play Extensive-FormGames Johannes Heinrich [email protected] University College London, UK Marc Lanctot [email protected] Google DeepMind, London, UK David Silver [email protected] Google DeepMind, London, UK …

(PDF) Phytomining: Growing a crop of a metal

This proposed new technology is known as phytomining. Discover the world''s research. ... All content in this area was uploaded by Brett H Robinson on Sep 05, 2015 . ... (e…

Phytomining for Artisanal Gold Mine Tailings Management

2016-8-15 · Gold phytomining at ASGM locations will depend on simple technology to recover the final metal product. Models based on acid leaching and solvent extraction of a clean ash (e.g., [12]) are unlikely to be technically viable. Gold phytomining for ASGM must utilise existing viable and accepted technologies. The borax

Formulaic language in native speakers

2012-11-10 · English AcademicPurposes (EAP) research (e.g., Flowerdew Peacock2001; Hyland 2004; Swales 1990) focuses functionalpatterns differentacademic genres. Every genre has its own phraseology, genreinvolves learning Solexicographers, guided representativecorpora (Hunston Francis1996; Ooi 1998), develop learner dictionar- ies which focus upon examples …

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Gold phytomining at ASGM locations will depend on simple technology to recover the final metal product. Models based on acid leaching and solvent extraction of a clean ash (e.g., ) are unlikely to be technically viable. Gold phytomining for …

Gold phytomining. Novel Developments in a Plant-based ...

2019-9-14 · Gold phytomining. Novel Developments in a Plant-based Mining System Christopher W. N. Anderson, Robert B. Stewart, Fabio N. Moreno Soil and Earth Sciences, Institute of Natural Resources, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand

Soil Amendments Affecting Nickel and Cobalt Uptake by ...

1999-12-1 · Soil Amendments Affecting Nickel and Cobalt Uptake by Berkheya coddii: Potential Use for Phytomining and Phytoremediation B. H. ROBINSON, B. H. ROBINSON Horticulture and Food Research Institute of New Zealand, Palmerston North, New Zealand Soil and Earth Sciences, Institute of Natural Resources, Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand ...

Phytomining: Using Plants to Extract Valuable Metals …

2021-3-19 · 23.7 Tropical Phytomining Tropical regions (e.g., in the Asia-Pacific region, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, and New Caledonia) have the greatest potential for phytomining as large expanses of ultramafic soils exist (van der Ent et al. 2013b, 2016). Phytomining operations in this region may be

The phytoextraction of heavy metals from metalliferous …

2016-12-20 · sections, bioavailability, phytomining, and phytoremediation. The effect of various extractants on the solubility of heavy metals in some soils was tested. It was found that the solubility of the metal invariably increased as the pH of the extractant decreased, and as the concentration of the extractant increased. These relationships

Potential of Chilopsis Linearis for Gold Phytomining ...

2018-6-9 · This study reports on the capability of the desert plant Chilopsis linearis (Cav.) Sweet (desert willow) to uptake gold (Au) from gold-enriched media at different plant-growth stages. Plants were exposed to 20, 40, 80, 160, and 320 mg Au L −1 in agar-based growing media for 13, 18, 23, and 35 d. The Au content and oxidation state of Au in the plants were determined …

Phytomining?

 · Phytomining? Everything related to ores. 9 posts • Page 1 of 1. kjavanb123 Active Member Posts: 1653 Joined: April 1st, 2009, 5:20 am Country of Origin: U.S.A Location: U.A.E. Phytomining? Post by kjavanb123 » December 7th, 2010, 5:18 pm All,

Phytoextraction: an assessment of biogeochemical and ...

Robinson B H, Chiarucci A, Brooks R R, Petit D, Kirkman J H, Gregg P E H and De Dominicis V 1997a The nickel hyperaccumulator plant Alyssum bertolonii as a potential agent for phytoremediation and the phytomining of nickel.J. Geochem. Explor. 59, 75–86.

The phytomining and environmental significance of ...

1999-2-1 · Phytomining (growing a "crop" of a metal over ores subeconomic for conventional mining) could be a viable option since it has been calculated that a net return of $1,200/ha (twice the return from a crop of wheat) would be possible with a biomass yield of 10 t/ha containing 0.08 percent Tl in dry matter.

Phytomining: Trends in Plant Science

1998-9-1 · Phytomining is the production of a `crop'' of a metal by growing high-biomass plants that accumulate high metal concentrations. Some of these plants are natural hyperaccumulators, and in others the property can be induced. …

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Ni‐induced oxidative stress in roots of the Ni ...

2002-10-21 · Because Ni is a relatively high-value metal, phytomining of low-grade surface Ni ores, such as those over large areas of Western Australia, Canada, Italy, Russia and Brazil, is also being investigated (Nicks & Chambers, 1995; Robinson et al., 1997a, 1997b). Plants with the ability to accumulate high concentrations of Ni from the environment are ...

Phytomining

1998-9-1 · Following earlier proposals3, 4, intensive field trials were designed specifically to study phytomining per se rather than as an adjunct to phytoremediation. The trials were carried out at the US Bureau of Mines (Reno, Nevada)6, 7, 8on a naturally occurring stand of Streptanthus polygaloides (), which is a species known to hyperaccumulate nickel.The soil at the site …

Phytomining: a sustainable approach for recovery and ...

2021-1-1 · The most determining factor of phytomining is the worldwide price of phytomined metals (Brooks and Robinson, 1998; Harris et al., 2009), thus the most preferred metals for phytomining are Au, Tl, Co, and Ni owing to their high market prices and metal concentrations. Although the price of certain metals such as U and Au is high, the ...

INSTITUTIONS AS A FUNDAMENTAL CAUSE OF LONG …

2020-2-4 · e-mail:[email protected] SIMON JOHNSON Sloan School of Management, MIT, 50 Memorial Drive, Cambridge, MA 02142 e-mail:[email protected] JAMES A. ROBINSON Department of Government, WCFIA, Harvard University, 1033 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138 e-mail:[email protected] Contents Abstract 386 Keywords …

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Bioconcentrations of Cd by various categories of vascular plants, i.e. agricultural, horticultural and silvicultural plants, weeds and aquatic macrophytes are of special concern in the interest of ...

Nickel biopathways in tropical nickel hyperaccumulating ...

2017-2-16 · Nickel phytomining is envisaged to become transformative in the rehabilitation of tropical laterite mining operations as part of the rehabilitation strategies 13.

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10 [10]Robinson B H,Brooks R R,Howes A W,et al.The potential of the high-biomass nickel hyperaccumulator Berkheya coddii for phytoremediation and phytomining[J].Journal of Geochemical Exploration,1997:1

Gold phytomining in arid and semiarid soils

2019-5-2 · Gold phytomining in arid and semiarid soils Victor Wilson-CorralA, B, C, Mayra Rodriguez-LopezB, C, Joel Lopez-PerezB, C, Miguel Arenas-VargasB, C, D and Christopher AndersonE AFacultad de Ingeniería-Culiacán, Universidad Autónoma de Sinaloa (UAS), ... (Robinson et al. 2009).

Phytomining for nickel, thallium and gold

Abstract. The technique of phytomining involves growing a crop of a metal-hyperaccumulating plant species, harvesting the biomass and burning it to produce a bio-ore. The first phytomining experiments were carried out in California using the Ni-hyperaccumulator Streptanthus polygaloides and it was found that a yield of 100 kg/ha of sulphur-free ...