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[identification of soft rot pathogens on chinese cabbage [brassica campestris l. ssp. chinensis (l.) makino var. communis tsen et lee] in beijing].this study aimed to identify soft rot pathogens of chinese cabbage [brassica campestris l. ssp. chinensis (l.) makino var. communis tsen et lee] in beijing.201526939453
halogenated and parent polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in vegetables: levels, dietary intakes, and health risk assessments.halogenated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (hpahs) are attracting increasing concern because of their greater toxicity than their corresponding parent pahs. however, human exposure to hpahs via food consumption is not fully understood. in this study, daily intake via vegetable ingestion of 11 hpahs and 16 pahs and subsequent cancer risk were assessed for population in beijing. a total of 80 vegetable samples were purchased from markets, including five leafy vegetables and three root vegetables ...201829121577
[effects of applying controlled-release fertilizer blended with conventional nitrogen fertilizer on chinese cabbage yield and quality as well as nitrogen losses].an open field experiment was conducted to study the effects of applying controlled-release fertilizer blended with rapidly available chemical n fertilizer on chinese cabbage yield and quality as well as nitrogen losses, including ammonia volatilization and no3- -n accumulation and leaching in beijing suburb. the results showed that a combined application of 2:1 controlled-release fertilizer and urea fertilizer (total n rate 150 kg x hm(-2)) did not induce the reduction of chinese cabbage yield, ...201021443002
comparison of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon uptake pathways and risk assessment of vegetables from waste-water irrigated areas in northern china.atmospheric deposition is the dominant pathway for pah uptake by vegetables grown in peri-urban areas. different polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (pah) uptake pathways and the associated health risk were investigated in vegetable samples collected from the beijing-tianjin city cluster, china, where irrigation with waste or reclaimed water has been practised for many decades. sampling comprised 23 diverse sites and the roots and shoots of six types of vegetables. among the different edible vegetab ...201121161083
variations in cadmium accumulation among chinese cabbage cultivars and screening for cd-safe cultivars.variations in cadmium accumulation and translocation among 40 chinese cabbage cultivars were studied to identify and screen out cd-safe cultivars (cscs), i.e. cultivars with low enough accumulation of cd in their edible parts even when grown in contaminated soils. it was observed in the pot-culture experiment that there was a significant difference (p<0.05) in shoot cd concentrations under three cd treatments (1.0, 2.5 and 5.0mg/kg), with corresponding average values 0.88, 4.45 and 7.76 mg/kg, r ...201019775811
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