Micro and nanoplastics not absorbed by plant cells, but do attach to the root cap

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Submitted by Elsewhere on 2020-Nov-10 Tue 12:21
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Like a toxic Trojan horse, microplastics can act as hot pockets of contaminant transport. But, can microplastics get into plant cells? Recent research shows that they can't.  Over the last decade, scientists have been scrambling to understand the impacts of microplastics. With the breakdown of plastic bottles,…

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