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The essay deals with the following topics and questions: - In what chemical forms is Pb present in soils, and available to plants? - At what concentration does soluble lead start to become toxic to most plants? - Gives examples of British environments with high Pb2+ concentrations. - What are the maximum recorded concentrations of Pb2+ at which plants can thrive? - Are there any unique symptoms of Pb2+ toxicity that distinguish the effects of Pb2+ from those of other heavy metals? - What evidence is there that plants can adapt or acclimate to high Pb2+? - Do Pb2+-tolerant plants fall into any particular taxonomic groups? - Does adaptation or acclimation to high Pb2+ confer tolerance of other heavy metals?

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