DWRIP 2014 KU-SCIENCE. Soil Fate and leaching of the natural carcinogen ptaquiloside.
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Soil Fate and leaching of the natural carcinogen ptaquiloside
Hans Christian Bruun Hansena, Lars H. Rasmussenb, Frederik Clauson-Kaasa, Ole Stig Jacobsenc, Rene K. Juhlerc, Søren Hansena, and Bjarne W. Strobela
a Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, KU-SCIENCE
b Metropolitan University College
c Department of Geochemistry, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland (GEUS)
Why is this important?
A well known carcinogen in animals
- Examples for cattle -
Exposure routes for humans
PTA production, distribution and hydrolysis in soil and water
High variation in PTA content between bracken populations
Can degradation in soil be attributed to hydrolysis in solution phase?