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Table 1 Some physico-chemicalcharacteristicsofthe used soil Value Unit Parameters 38  (%) Saturation moisture 16.4  (%) Clay 55  (%) Sand 28.8  (%) Silt 8 – pH 0.49  (dS/m) EC of saturation paste 14.

4 (cmol(+)/kg) CEC 0.33  (%) Organic carbon 0.063  (%) Total nitrogen 13.45  (%) Calcium carbonate equivalent 15  (mg/kg soil) Available phosphorus 232.

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5  (mg/kg soil) Available potassium 7.5 (mg/kg soil) Available iron 0.95 (mg/kg soil) Available zinc 6 (mg/kg soil) Available manganese n.

d  (mg/kg soil) Available arsenic n.d  (mg/kg soil) Pseudo- total arsenic n.d: not detectable, Dataare the average of three replicates                    Table 2 Characteristics of the used acrylic copolymer Polymer name Acrylamid- Acrylic acid copolymer Color Milky white Structure Linear Type of charge Anionic Molecular weight (g mol-1) 50000-55000 Acrylic acid (mol%) 80 Acrylamid (mol%) 20 Density (g cm-3) 1.04 Viscosity (cP) 30                  Table3 Concentration of soil available arsenic and concentrations of arsenic and phosphorus in above and below groundparts of the corn plant Acrylic copolymer applied dosages Levels of soil total arsenic (mg/ kg) Concentration of available arsenic (mg/ kg)   Concentration of arsenic in below ground part (mg/ kg) Concentration of arsenic in above ground parts (mg/ kg) Phosphorus concentration in below ground part (%) Phosphorus concentration in above ground parts (%) 0 0 0 q 0 o 0 m 0.463 ij 0.

310 a   6 2.27 op 12.86 mn 6.84 kl 0.440 jk 0.

230 ef   12 3.64 m 20.70 l 10.39 j 0.

550 f 0.180 h   24 6.91 i 67.26 i 21.50 g 0.670 e 0.

171 h   48 14.68 e 197.29 e 39.79 d 0.766 c 0.

126 ij   96 27.3 a 383.40 a 59.56 a 0.

950 a 0.073 k 0.05% 0 0 q 0 o 0 m 0.406 klm 0.273 c   6 2.15 op 10.

40 mn 4.91kl 0.396 lm 0.277 c   12 3.10 mn 17.

27 lm 7.01 k 0.507gh 0.220 ef   24 6.09 j 43.

09 j 16.64 h 0.557 f 0.

207 fg   48 11.65 f 162.83 f 37.81 d 0.720 d 0.164 h   96 23.42 b 328.20 b 51.

08 b 0.863 b 0.110 j 0.

1% 0 0 q 0 o 0 m 0.383 mn 0.263 cd   6 2.03 p 9.87 mn 3.94 kl 0.

346 n 0.282 bc   12 2.95 n 15.19 lmn 6.79 kl 0.443 jk 0.230 ef   24 5.

17 k 34.34 k 14.18 hi 0.

533 fg 0.220 ef   48 9.49 g 136.59 g 33.

63 e 0.710 d 0.176 h   96 20.63 c 305.92 c 46.

67 c 0.843 b 0.116 ij 0.2% 0 0 q 0 o 0 m 0.353 n 0.236 e   6 1.91 p 7.

64 no 3.47 l 0.270 o 0.307 ab   12 2.73 no 12.51 mn 5.

56 kl 0.427 jkl 0.240 de   24 4.31 l 35.60 k 12.07 ij 0.487 hi 0.236 e   48 7.

60 h 123.57 h 27.28 f 0.

510 gh 0.187 gh   96 17.49 d 239.48 d 40.86 d 0.793 c 0.

135 i The values of columns having similarletter in common are not statistically different (p < 0.01, Duncan'smultiple range test). Data are theaverage of three replicatesTable 4 Phosphorus translocation factor in plant and concentration of soil available phosphorus Concentration of soil available phosphorus Phosphorus translocation factor Levels of soil total arsenic 15.

02 0.683 0 16.14 0.788 6 19.08 0.

463 12 22.81 0.381 24 25 0.252 48 26.94 0.130 96 Thevalues of columns having similar letter in common are not statisticallydifferent (p < 0.01, Duncan's multiple range test).

Data are the average of three replicates                       Table 5 Dry weights of above and below ground parts ofthe corn plant Acrylic copolymer applied dosages Levels of soil total arsenic (mg/ kg) Dry weight of  below ground part (g/pot) Dry weight of above ground parts (g/pot) 0 0 37.04 b 65.43 b   6 33.09 cd 58.

04 de   12 25.85 g 47.60 gh   24 16.80 j 34.

59 k   48 6.80 nm 14.62 no   96 1.

50 p 3.13 q 0.05% 0 35.28 bc 63.

07 bc   6 35.02 bc 61.77 bcd   12 27.98 fg 51.53 fg   24 18.85 ij 37.

18 jk   48 9.21 lm 18.67 mn   96 2.83 op 5.

00 q 0.1% 0 32.75 cd 61.26 bcd   6 37.

55 ab 65.51 b   12 29.90 ef 54.78 ef   24 20.20 hi 41.54 ij   48 11.02 kl 22.76 lm   96 4.49 no 7.55 pq 0.2% 0 29.84 ef 59.00 cde   6 40.00 a 70.83 a   12 31.99 de 58.32 cde   24 22.32 h 45.29 hi   48 12.51 k 26.15 l   96 5.91 n 10.95 op               Thevalues of columns having similar letter in common are not statisticallydifferent (p < 0.01, Duncan's multiple range test). Data are the average of three replicates             Table 6 Correlation ofdifferent variables with each other Variables Total As Available As Below ground part As Above ground parts As Below ground part P Above ground parts P Below ground part dry weight Above ground parts dry   weight Total As 1.00 0.97 ** 0.97 ** 0.96 ** 0.91** -0.87** -0.91 ** -0.94** Available As   1.00 0.99** 0.97** 0.93** -0.89** -0.90** -0.93** Below ground part As     1.00 0.97** 0.92** -0.88** -0.89** -0.92** Above ground parts As       1.00 0.94** -0.91** -0.95** -0.97** Below ground part P         1.00 -0.92** -0.93** -0.95** Above ground parts P           1.00 0.93** 0.94** Below ground part dry weight             1.00 0.98** Above ground parts dry weight               1.00 **P< 0.01       

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