Peng Wang
Peng Wang
Professor, Nanjing Agricultural University
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Nanotechnology: a new opportunity in plant sciences
P Wang, E Lombi, FJ Zhao, PM Kopittke
Trends in plant science 21 (8), 699-712, 2016
Fate of ZnO nanoparticles in soils and cowpea (Vigna unguiculata)
P Wang, NW Menzies, E Lombi, BA McKenna, B Johannessen, CJ Glover, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 47 (23), 13822-13830, 2013
Identification of the primary lesion of toxic aluminum in plant roots
PM Kopittke, KL Moore, E Lombi, A Gianoncelli, BJ Ferguson, ...
Plant Physiology 167 (4), 1402-1411, 2015
Toxicity of zinc oxide nanoparticles in the earthworm, Eisenia fetida and subcellular fractionation of Zn
LZ Li, DM Zhou, WJGM Peijnenburg, CAM van Gestel, SY Jin, YJ Wang, ...
Environment International 37 (6), 1098-1104, 2011
A loss‐of‐function allele of OsHMA3 associated with high cadmium accumulation in shoots and grain of Japonica rice cultivars
J Yan, P Wang, P Wang, M Yang, X Lian, Z Tang, CF Huang, DE Salt, ...
Plant, cell & environment 39 (9), 1941-1954, 2016
Plasma membrane surface potential: dual effects upon ion uptake and toxicity
P Wang, TB Kinraide, D Zhou, PM Kopittke, WJGM Peijnenburg
Plant Physiology 155 (2), 808-820, 2011
Dietary cadmium intake from rice and vegetables and potential health risk: a case study in Xiangtan, southern China
H Chen, X Yang, P Wang, Z Wang, M Li, FJ Zhao
Science of the Total Environment 639, 271-277, 2018
Silver sulfide nanoparticles (Ag2S-NPs) are taken up by plants and are phytotoxic
P Wang, NW Menzies, E Lombi, R Sekine, FPC Blamey, ...
Nanotoxicology 9 (8), 1041-1049, 2015
Cell membrane surface potential (ψ0) plays a dominant role in the phytotoxicity of copper and arsenate
P Wang, D Zhou, TB Kinraide, X Luo, L Li, D Li, H Zhang
Plant Physiology 148 (4), 2134-2143, 2008
Control of arsenic mobilization in paddy soils by manganese and iron oxides
X Xu, C Chen, P Wang, R Kretzschmar, FJ Zhao
Environmental Pollution 231, 37-47, 2017
Geographical variations of cadmium and arsenic concentrations and arsenic speciation in Chinese rice
H Chen, Z Tang, P Wang, FJ Zhao
Environmental Pollution 238, 482-490, 2018
The surface charge density of plant cell membranes (σ): an attempt to resolve conflicting values for intrinsic σ
TB Kinraide, P Wang
Journal of Experimental Botany 61 (9), 2507-2518, 2010
Cadmium contamination in agricultural soils of China and the impact on food safety
P Wang, H Chen, PM Kopittke, FJ Zhao
Environmental pollution 249, 1038-1048, 2019
Silver nanoparticles entering soils via the wastewater–sludge–soil pathway pose low risk to plants but elevated Cl concentrations increase Ag bioavailability
P Wang, NW Menzies, PG Dennis, J Guo, C Forstner, R Sekine, E Lombi, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 50 (15), 8274-8281, 2016
Particle-specific toxicity and bioavailability of cerium oxide (CeO2) nanoparticles to Arabidopsis thaliana
X Yang, H Pan, P Wang, FJ Zhao
Journal of hazardous materials 322, 292-300, 2017
Characterizing the uptake, accumulation and toxicity of silver sulfide nanoparticles in plants
P Wang, E Lombi, S Sun, KG Scheckel, A Malysheva, BA McKenna, ...
Environmental Science: Nano 4 (2), 448-460, 2017
Effective methods to reduce cadmium accumulation in rice grain
H Chen, W Zhang, X Yang, P Wang, SP McGrath, FJ Zhao
Chemosphere 207, 699-707, 2018
Laterally resolved speciation of arsenic in roots of wheat and rice using fluorescence‐XANES imaging
PM Kopittke, MD de Jonge, P Wang, BA McKenna, E Lombi, DJ Paterson, ...
New Phytologist 201 (4), 1251-1262, 2014
Subcellular Cd distribution and its correlation with antioxidant enzymatic activities in wheat (Triticum aestivum) roots
L Dandan, Z Dongmei, W Peng, W Nanyan, Z Xiangdong
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 74 (4), 874-881, 2011
Synchrotron-based X-ray fluorescence microscopy as a technique for imaging of elements in plants
PM Kopittke, T Punshon, DJ Paterson, RV Tappero, P Wang, FPC Blamey, ...
Plant Physiology 178 (2), 507-523, 2018
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