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The growing global population and use of natural resources lead to significant air pollution. Nitrogen oxide emissions is a potential killer threatening human health requiring focus and remediation using vegetation being efficient and cheap. Here we review the mechanisms of removing nitrogen oxides by dry deposition of plants, discussing the principle of leaf absorption of pollutants and factors affecting the removal of nitrogen oxides providing a theoretical basis for the selection of urban greening vegetation. Copyright © 2022. Published by Elsevier Ltd.


Mengzhen Li, Haping Gu, Su Shiung Lam, Christian Sonne, Wanxi Peng. Deposition-mediated phytoremediation of nitrogen oxide emissions. Environmental pollution (Barking, Essex : 1987). 2022 Sep 01;308:119706

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