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Elemental Attributes of the Bacopa monnieri

Shikha Suman

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The heavy metal concentration in the water used for irrigation also deplete the plant cycle as it has the accumulation within the plant cells. The different heavy metals also alter the absorption of the nutrient elements from the water and then indirectly affect the plant growth and consequently reduces the plant yield, the assessment in this paper is regarding how the heavy metal accumulation will the alter the plant physiology and finally the plant yield.

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