concentration ratio


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concentration ratio

[‚kän·sən′trā·shən ‚rā·shō]
(agriculture)
A measure of a plant's ability to take up a contaminant from soil; it is expressed as the concentration of the element of interest in the dried plant material divided by its concentration in the dried soil.
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