1982 年 31 巻 8 号 p. 507-510
This investigation was carried out to study the effect of some detergents and surfactants on the early stages of growth of radish, chinese cabbage and rice in hydroponic culture.
Based on the results and the known highest levels of major anionic surfactants present in river waters, it could be estimated that these are not capable of inhibiting growth of these plants.
The threshold level of toxicity on test materials for these plants was different from that of the animals tested.
Plants treated with sodium chloride, soybean sauce and phosphorous-containing detergent showed better growth compered to the control.