Deformed oxalis

Following up this article..More and more mutated dandelions in Tokyo

Deformed oxalis is found in Saitama city.

↓ Normal oxalis

Deformed oxalis


↓ Large and 2 leaves of oxalis

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↓ Large mint leaf

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↓ Spots on a leaf

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<November, 2011>

↓ Two leaves

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↓ Large two leaves

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↓ Two leaves are connected

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<December, 2011>

↓ Oddly shaped oxalis

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↓ Large leaves

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<June, 2011 (0.14~0.17μSv/h on the ground)>

↓ Large leaves

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One Response to “Deformed oxalis”

  1. Damcho Dronma says:

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    Chapter 3, Section 9m Chernobyl’s Radioactive Impact on Flora. By Alexey V. Yablokov, begins page 237.

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    “Plants andmushrooms accumulate the Chernobyl radionuclides at a level that depends upon the soil, the climate, the particular biosphere, the season, spotty radioactive contamination, and the particular species and populations (subspecies, cultivars), etc. Each radionuclide has its own accumulation characteristics (e. g., levels of accumulation for Sr-90 are much higher than for Cs-137, and a thousand times less than that for Ce-144). Coefficients of accumulation and transition ratios vary so much in time and space that it is difficult, if not impossible, to predict the actual levels of Cs-137, Sr-90, Pu-238, Pu-239, Pu-240, and Am-241 at each place and time and for each individual plant or fungus. Chernobyl irradiation has caused structural anomalies and tumorlike changes in many
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