time series changes in radiocaesium distribution in tea plants (camellia sinensis (l.)) after the fukushima dai-ichi nuclear power plant accident.radiocaesium ((134)cs and (137)cs) release following the accident at the fukushima dai-ichi nuclear power plant, belonging to the tokyo electric power company caused severe contamination of new tea plant (camellia sinensis (l.)) shoots by radiocaesium in many prefectures in eastern japan. because tea plants are perennial crops, there is the fear that the contamination might last for a long time. the objectives of this study were to reveal time series changes in the distribution of radiocaesium i ...201626695880
translocation of radiocesium from stems and leaves of plants and the effect on radiocesium concentrations in newly emerged plant accident occurred at the fukushima dai-ichi nuclear power plant in march 2011 at which time large amounts of radionuclides were released into the atmosphere and the sea. in early may 2011, it was found that newly emerged tea (camellia sinensis) leaves contained radiocesium, both (134)cs and (137)cs in some areas more than 300 km away from the fukushima plant. to understand the mechanisms of radiocesium transfer to newly emerged tissues (shoots, leaves and fruits) of other plants in the future ...201222027214
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