|  Biogeography. It is however, toxic to plants and humans. 1998 Jun;49:643-668 Pb is quite common especially in the soil of roadside fields as a result of emission from the automotive exhaust. Zinc, lead and cadmium tolerance in four populations of Typha latifolia raised from seed collected from metal‐contaminated and uncontaminated sites were investigated. DeepDyve's default query mode: search by keyword or DOI. Damage to soil texture, i.e., pH of soil, presence of different elements, and accumulation of heavy metals cause direct and/or indirect reduction of plant growth by adversely affecting vari… Start a 14-Day Trial for You and Your Team. Tolerance ranges of species. 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