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Recent Publications:  Zhi-Qing Lin, Ph.D.



Wang, S.+, D. Liang, D. Wang, W. Wei, D. Fu, and Z.-Q. Lin. 2012. Selenium fractionation and speciation in agriculture soils and accumulation in corn (Zea mays L.) under field conditions in Shaaxi Province, China. Science of the Total Environment. 427-428: 159–164.

Haddad, S.** and Z.-Q. Lin. 2011. Tolerance and accumulation of selenium by White Button and Baby Bella (Agaricus bisporus) Mushrooms. In: Bañuelos, G.S., Lin, Z.-Q., Yin, X.B. and Duan, N. (eds.), Selenium: Global Perspectives of Impacts on Humans, Animals and the Environment. University of Science and Technology of China Press, Hefei, China (ISBN: 978-7-312-02929-5). 99-100.

Lin, Z.-Q., N. Terry, S. Gao, H. Hussein, and Z.H. Ye. 2010. Vegetation changes and partitioning of selenium in 4-year-old constructed wetlands treating agricultural drainage. International Journal of Phytoremediation.12(3): 255-267.

Lin, Z.-Q. 2009. Uptake and accumulation of selenium in plants in relation to chemical speciation and biotransformation. In: G. Banuelos and Z.-Q. Lin (eds.), Development and Uses of Biofortified Agricultural Products. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. 45-56.

Mahdy, A.M., E.A. Elkhatib, N.O. Fathi and Z.-Q. Lin. 2009. Effects of co-application of biosolids and water treatment residuals on corn growth and bioavailable phosphorus and aluminum in alkaline soils in Egypt. Journal of Environmental Quality. 38: 1501-1510.

Keller, S.*, T. Zhang, S. Webb, R. Brugam, K. Johnson and Z.-Q. Lin. 2008. Effects of suburban land use on phosphorous fractions and speciation in the Upper Peruque Creek, Eastern Missouri. Water Environment Research. 80(4): 316-323.

Shrestha, B.*, S. Lipe*, K.A. Johnson, T.Q. Zhang, W. Retzlaff and Z.-Q. Lin. 2006. Soil hydraulic manipulation and organic amendment for the enhancement of selenium volatilization in a soil-pickleweed system. Plant and Soil. 288: 189-196.

Tryfonas, A. E.*, J.K. Tucker, P.E. Brunkow, K.A. Johnson, H.S. Hussein, and Z.-Q. Lin. 2006. Metal accumulation in eggs of the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) in the Lower Illinois River. Chemosphere. 63: 39-48.

Lin, Z.-Q., H. Mohamed, Z.H. Ye, and N. Terry. 2006.  Phytorestoration of metal-contaminated industrial wasteland: a greenhouse feasibility study.  In: D. Sarkar, R. Datta, and R. Hannigan (eds.), Current Perspectives in Environmental Geochemistry. Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
 
Banuelos, G.S. and Z.-Q. Lin. 2006.  Reuse of agricultural drainage water in Central California: Phytosustainability in soil with high levels of salinity and toxic trace elements.  In: E. Frossard, W. E.H. Blum, and B. Warkentin (eds.), Function of Soils for Human Societies and the Environment.  The Geological Society, London, Special Publications, 266, 79-88.
 
Tryfonas, A. E., J.K. Tucker, P.E. Brunkow, K.A. Johnson, H.S. Hussein, and Z.-Q. Lin.  2006.  Metal accumulation in eggs of the red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) in the Lower Illinois River.  Chemosphere. 63: 39-48.
 
Bañuelos, G.S., Z.-Q. Lin, I. Arroyo, and N. Terry. 2005.  Selenium volatilization in vegetated agricultural drainage sediment from the San Luis Drain, Central California.  Chemosphere. 60(9): 1203-1213.
 
Lin, Z.-Q.  2005.  Bioaccumulation. In: Jay H. Lehr, Jack Keeley (eds.).  Water Encyclopaedia: Surface and Agricultural Water. John Wiley & Sons, Inc. Hoboken, NJ. 34-36.
 
Bañuelos, G.S. and Z.-Q. Lin.  2005.  Phytoremediation management of selenium-laden drainage sediments in the San Luis Drain:  A greenhouse feasibility study. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety. 62(3): 309-316.

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