Phytotechnologies solutions for sustainable land management

Edited by : Tomas Vanek,

Institute of Experimental Botany Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and Research Institute of Crop Sciences, prague Czech Republic

1. Plant Selection and Requirements

Peter Schroder, Institut for Bodenokologie,GSF-Forschungszentrum fur Umwelt und Gesundheit GmbH, Germany

2. Plant growth control:biological control,physical control,chemical control,post-harvest control

Erika Nehnevajova, Phytotech-Foundation (PT-F), Switzerland

3. Plant-stress response physiology

Radka Vankova, Institute of Experimental Botany AVCR, Czech Republic

4. Organic Contaminants

Lee Newman, Norman J. Arnold School of Public Health, University of South Carolina, USA

5. Inorganic Contaminants

Bernd Markert, Internationales Hochschulinstitut Zittau, Germany

6. Hydraulic plume control in Phytotechnology

Jerald L. Schnoor, Center for the Engineering Arts and Sciences,The University of Iowa, USA

7. Land Revitalization

Jaco Vangronsveld, Hasselt University, Belgium

8. Design of Constructed Wetlands for Wastewater treatment

Raimund Haberl, Institute for Sanitary Engineering and Water Pollution Control, University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Austria

9. Phytotechnology for Forestry

Maria Greger, The Plant Metal Group,Department of Botany,Stochholm University , Sweden

10. Phytotechnology for Agriculture

Stanislaw W. Gawronski, Department of Basic Natural Sciences in Horticulture,Warsaw Agricutural University, Poland

11. Economic Analysis of Phytotechnology

Eli Cohen, Grand Valley State University, USA

12. Potential of GM plant for phytotechnology

Nathalie Verbruggen, Laboratoire de Physiologie et e Genetique Moleculaire des Plantes,Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium

13. History of Phytotechnologies

Steven C. McCutcheon, US EPA National Exposure Research Laboratory,University of Georgia Faculty of Engineering, USA