NewsResearch in land plants shows nanoplastics accumulating in
tissues

22nd June 2020by admin0
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As concern grows among environmentalists and consumers
about micro- and nanoplastics in the oceans and in seafood, they
are increasingly studied in marine environments, say Baoshan Xing
at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and colleagues in China.
But “little is known about the behavior of nanoplastics in
terrestrial environments, especially agricultural soils,” they
add.

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