Study on the Effects of Wastewater Duress on MDA in Constructed Wetland Plants
The study on the wetland plant species and their resistance is the key to ecological wastewater treatment technology. The study on the effects of wastewater duress on the physical and chemical properties of constructed wetland plants and the anti-stress capability of constructed wetland plants can provide theoretical basis and technical support for constructed wetland plant material selection. By adopting surface flow constructed wetland system, the effects are studied on MDA in 4 common plants in Shandong (Phragmites communis, Typha oriental, Arundo donax and Canna generalis) in different wastewater duress time. The results show: All in all, Phragmites communis and Canna generalis have stronger anti-stress capability, while Arundo donax and Typha oriental has weaker anti-stress capability; but as wastewater duress time increases, the anti-stress capability of Phragmites communis decreases, while the anti-stress capability of Canna generalis increases.
Qunjie Xu, Yanzhong Ju and Honghua Ge
M. Lu et al., "Study on the Effects of Wastewater Duress on MDA in Constructed Wetland Plants", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 610-613, pp. 3402-3405, 2013