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L. SIMON, . W. MARTIN and D.


University ofGeorgia, Savannah River Ecology Laboratory, Drawer , Aiken, SC 29802, USA

Abstract. Chicory (Cichorium intybus L.) and dandelion (Taraxacum officinale Web.) were demonstrated to potential
indicator plants for heavy metal contaminated sites. Chicory, grown with 0.5-50 ptM cadmium (Cd) in nutrient solution,
accumulated 10-300 ptg Cd g-1 in shoots and 10-890 ptg Cd ptg-1 in roots and rhizomes. With dandelion, 20-410 ptg Cd ptg-1
was found in shoots and 20-1360 ptg Cd ptg-1 in roots and rhizomes. An inverse correlation existed between chlorophyll and
Cd concentrations in shoots of both species. Accumulation of Cd from nutrient solution was similar with the counter-anions
S042-, Cll-, and N03- in chicory. In chicory grown in Cd-amended (11.2 kg Cd ha-1 applied five years previously) soils, Cd
concentrations were substantially higher than in controls in all plant parts following the order: leaf > caudex > stem > root and
rhizome . The above trend was the opposite of that observed in solution culture, where Cd accumulation was higher in roots
and rhizomes than in shoots. Higher cadmium accumulation was found from Cd-treated sand (Grossarenic Paleudult) than
from loamy sand (Typic Kandiudult) soil type. Chicory and dandelion are proposed indicator plants of cadmium
contamination, and both have the potential to an international standard heavy phytomonitor species of heavy metal

words: Chicory, dandelion, cadmium contamination, chlorophyll, phytoindicator


maslachka" ("Zalim sluchaj" Salon 200 1.)


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21. Pakrac *281

"Polja maslachka" ("Zalim sluchaj" Salon 200 1.)


The county of Pakrac is located in Croatia, in Sector W est The county consists of the town of Pakrac and 68 small villages
and hamlets . The 1991 census listed the population of Pakrac as 27,288 persons, of whom 46.4 per cent were Serian, 36 per
cent were Croatian, 12.8 per cent were other, and 4.8 per cent of the population identified themselves as Yugoslavs .
Throughout October 1991, members of the Croatian Army reportedly began aritrarily arresting ethnic Serbs in the
counties of Pakrac, Garesnica, Kutina, Bjelovar, and Zagreb. *282 These persons were taken to several small camps in the
region, including Ribarska Koliba (fisherman's cottage) in Marino Selo and Stara Ciglana in Pakracka Poljana. *283 Both
of these camps are near the Ilova River. *284 Later, control of the detention facilities was turned over to the National Guard of
Croatia. According to witness statements and reports, prisoners were beaten and tortured; and up to 2,500 were allegedly killed
near the campsites. *285 These activities continued until March of 1992.
Based on two statements of former prisoners of Marino Selo, minimum of three separate mass graves were reportedly
excavated at Marino Selo, as means of disposing of the bodies of those killed at the camps in Marino Selo and Pakracka
Poljana. The graves at Marino Selo are said to contain the bodies of as many as 800 Serbs. In Pakracka Poljana, villagers and
subsequent UNCIVPOL investigations suggested there existed as many as 26 mass graves holding the bodies of 700 Serbs.
One report noted that many of those buried in the graves were not former detainees of these camps, but were from other
settlements in Western Slavonia where Serbs were killed in late 1991. Their bodies were then transported to the sites, which
were in the vicinity of the Ilova River. *286 Serb sources, however, allege that that Croatian authorities reopened some of the
gravesites and took the bodies elsewhere as means of hiding any evidence of mass killings. This activity was reportedly taken
in response to pulication of information about the camps and mass graves in the region. *287
PHR reports that the graves exhumed at Pakracka Poljana may connected to soccer clubhouse near the site.
According to PHR, witness statements suggest that the clubhouse may have been used as secret detention centre the
Croatian military and police from August 1991 to March 1992.
This time period corresponds with the likely time of burial for all or most of the exhumed bodies. *323 Reported survivors
of the detention facility related that many of the prisoners were executed near the clubhouse. *324

Editorial Reviews




Pringle puts what he learned in writing Food, Inc.: Mendel to Monsanto-The Promises and Perils
of the Biotech Harvest (2003) to good use in his promising fiction debut, the first of new
botanical thriller series. His tough, shrewd hero, Arthur Hemmings, works as researcher at the
Royal Botanic Gardens, but is also spy for the British Secret Service, which sends him after
greedy multinational corporation that has nasty plans to take over the world's food supply
using the single-sexed dandelion as its instrument_._ Sure, some of the prose is stiff and stodgy
(" was nice man, she knew, nice, considerate, widowed man who had several grandchildren of
his own, and who had no idea that what was about to occur on his watch could so change both their
worlds"), and Hemmings occasionally comes across as too good to true, but these small
details in brilliant concept. ()


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