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Toxic effects for plants of cleaning products used at home

AuthorsCañas Rodríguez, Amanda; Morteyrú Cornejo, M.; Luque Barrio, I.; López Quesada, L.; Lens Herrera, R. B.; Moreno Villegas, C.; Quirós Megías, J.; Burkhardt Ramírez, C.; Muñoz González, J.; Espinosa-Urgel, Manuel ; Huertas-Rosales, Óscar; Quesada Ramos, Antonio
Issue Date1-Jun-2018
CitationHigh School Students for Agricultural Science Research 7: 1-12 (2008)
AbstractEvery day, we have more and more products for cleaning and personal care at home. We use them indiscriminately ignoring that they can have toxic effects both for living beings and the environment. In this research we have studied the effects of some products on germination and development of lentil plants. Our results show that most of them inhibit the germination of seeds and affect the growth of stems and roots and even the weight of plants. These experiments must be helpful un creating awareness about harmful action of products we use at home. As result of this research, students propose some actions to reduce the impact of these substances on the environment.
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