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DIN EN ISO 16198:2015-04

DIN EN ISO 16198:2015-04

Soil quality - Plant-based test to assess the environmental bioavailability of trace elements to plants (ISO 16198:2015); German version EN ISO 16198:2015

Qualité du sol - Test végétal pour l'évaluation de la biodisponibilité environnementale des éléments traces pour les végétaux (ISO 16198:2015); Version allemande EN ISO 16198:2015

Bodenbeschaffenheit - Pflanzenbasierter Test zur Beurteilung der umweltrelevanten Bioverfügbarkeit von Spurenelementen für Pflanzen (ISO 16198:2015); Deutsche Fassung EN ISO 16198:2015

2015-04 /Active
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EN ISO 16198 (2015-01)

ISO 16198 (2015-01)

Relación con otras normas DIN:
The plant-based test, hereafter called the biotest, enables estimation of the environmental bioavailability of trace elements to plants either basically as the concentration in shoots and roots or in a more integrative way as the net uptake flux in plants. The biotest procedure includes two successive steps: (i) a pre-growth of plants in hydroponics and (ii) a growth of plants in contact with soil samples. The concentration in shoots and roots as well as the net uptake flux of trace elements in plants are determined at the end of the second step of the biotest procedure. This biotest is applicable to the assessment of environmental bioavailability of trace elements to plants, more particularly to agricultural plants, in soils or soil materials under toxic conditions, considering that - three plant species (cabbage, Brassica oleracea; tall fescue, Festuca arundinacea; tomato, Lycopersicon esculentum;) are suggested in the standardized biotest procedure, but additional target-plant species can also be used, and - the standardized biotest procedure is validated for a range of trace elements including arsenic (As), cadmium (Cd), chromium (Cr), cobalt (Co), copper (Cu), lead (Pb), nickel (Ni), and zinc (Zn), but additional trace elements can also be accounted for (see Annex A). The biotest can be applied to soils and soil materials, including soils amended before or after field sampling with composts, sludges, wastewaters, and other (waste) materials.
Availability, Biocompatibility, Biological tests, Composition of the ground, Concentration, Definitions, Determination of content, Environment, Inter-laboratory tests, Plants, Quality, Sampling, Sampling methods, Soil analysis, Soil sampling, Soil surveys, Soil testing, Soils, Specimen preparation, Testing, Trace element analysis, Trace elements
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