ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION WITH HEAVY METALS AND SELECTIVE SENSITIVITY OF SOME SPECIES OF MEDICINAL PLANTS
Heavy metals are especially dangerous in the registry of polluting agents of the environment, as the heavy metals are hazardous to human health and it is particularly dangerous because getting the heavy metals into the living organism is a provocative factor of the dangerous disease such as malignant tumors, diseases of cardiovascular system or nervous system.
The problem of the environmental pollution with heavy metals is a priority and urgent problem. Therefore, we aimed to study the peculiarities of the accumulation and dynamics of heavy metals in the polluted and clean environment in different types of medicinal plants grown in Adjara region. The study of annual absorption of heavy metal in the medicinal plants, I think, will have a practical value, because since we often use medicinal plants to help prevent different diseases, it is possible to provoke another disease. Through the plants we used to study.
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