EFFECT OF NANPARTICLES ON PHOTOTAXIS PROCESS IN PLANT CELLS
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Over the past decade, the use of nanomaterials and nanoparticles in consumer products has significantly increased the likelihood of their impact on water, soil and air. Organisms suffer the most, especially in aquatic ecosystems. In addition, due to the intensive development of nanotechnology, the use of nanoparticles is widespread in various fields. As a result, it can cause significant complications for human health at the end of the food chain. Therefore, the study of the ecotoxicological and biological effects of nanomaterials in aquatic ecosystems remains relevant. The impact of nanoparticles on the human body, animals and plants has been widely studied. The consequences of the accumulation of nanomaterials in living systems and their participation in metabolic processes are interesting and require research.
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