Using Genetically Engineered Plants to Elucidate Factors Controlling Heavy Metal Tolerance and Sequestration and to Improve Heavy Metal Phytoremediation Efficiency

EPA Grant Number: R827104
Title: Using Genetically Engineered Plants to Elucidate Factors Controlling Heavy Metal Tolerance and Sequestration and to Improve Heavy Metal Phytoremediation Efficiency
Investigators: Pilon-Smits, Elizabeth
Institution: Colorado State University , University of California - Berkeley
EPA Project Officer: Manty, Dale
Project Period: July 1, 1999 through June 30, 2001 (Extended to April 14, 2002)
Project Amount: $252,006
RFA: Exploratory Research - Environmental Biology (1998) RFA Text |  Recipients Lists
Research Category: Biology/Life Sciences , Health , Ecosystems

Description:

Abstract Currently Not Available.

Publications and Presentations:

Publications have been submitted on this project: View all 8 publications for this project

Journal Articles:

Journal Articles have been submitted on this project: View all 4 journal articles for this project

Supplemental Keywords:

Scientific Discipline, Waste, Sustainable Industry/Business, New/Innovative technologies, Bioremediation, Environmental Engineering, Agricultural Engineering, bioengineering, biodegradation, genetically engineered plants, biotechnology, plant biotechnology, remediation, genetic engineering, bioacummulation, phytoremediation, bioenergy

Progress and Final Reports:

2001 Progress Report
Final Report