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Plant Bioindicators in Assessing Air Quality: A Short Review


Air pollution, long recognized as having an adverse impact on health and comfort, is increasing in urban and industrial areas of society at a rate that makes it one of the most pressing environmental problems. Pollution refers to the introduction of harmful substances into the environment, negatively impacting humans and other organisms and contributing to the degradation of the quality of our environment. This paper aims to discuss the identification of certain plant species that can be used as biological indicators in assessing air quality. In this context, the aim of this paper is to analyze several theoretical aspects of biological monitoring and provide a report on the progress of using plants as biological indicators of air quality. This paper aims to describe the most significant aspects of current knowledge in this field, evaluate the applicability of the methodology, and detail its advantages and disadvantages when compared with traditional methods.

Keywords: air quality, assessing, bioindicators, plant, short review

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