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Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.11, No. 04)

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Page : 1670-1679

Keywords : Rice Plant Arsenic Toxicity Phytochelatin Reactive Oxygen Species Carbohydrate Metabolism;

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Consuming rice exposes you to arsenic (As), which is dangerous for your health. The buildup of As in rice was investigated in this study. According to research, Bangladesh and Taiwan have higher levels of As buildup in their rice than other nations. Furthermore, the key elements affecting the uptake of As into rice crops are described. Additionally, it was investigated if it would be possible to use efficient methods to lessen the buildup of As in rice. Arsenic is a hazardous element that has the ability to harm peoples health. In addition to being a source of both amino acids (AAs) and mineral elements, rice is an unwelcome supply of As for the billions of people who eat it as their main source of nutrition. A necessary metalloid called selenium (Se) has the ability to reduce As toxicity by enhancing antioxidant capacity. Through phosphate transporters and intrinsic channels that resemble nodulin 26, As(V) and As(III) are delivered to the root. The entry of methylated As, dimethylarsinic acid (DMA), and monomethylarsonic acid (MMA), into the root may be significantly influenced by the silicic acid transporter. DMA(V) is very mobile in plants and is quickly translocated from root to shoot among As species. The use of microalgae and bacteria is the most effective agronomic strategy for reducing the uptake and accumulation of As in rice.

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