Biological Degradation and Bioremediation of Toxic Chemicals download epub
by G. Rasul Chaudhry
It also presents information on how genetics and molecular biological methods are used to improve the ability of microorganisms to degrade a variety of substances. The work is, indeed, a milestone in the sue of microorganisms to clean up the environment polluted by human activities.
Автор: Rasul Chaudhry Название: Biological Degradation and Bioremediation of Toxic .
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It also presents information on how genetics and molecular biological methods are used to improve the ability of microorganisms to degrade a variety of substances.
Enzymatic bioremediation of chemical pesticides. The chemical families identified as being involved in synergy are in agreement with data from another recently published compilation of ecotoxicological studies.
A ing Pseudomonas sp. was investigated for its capability to degrade some other toxic carbamates and its effectiveness as a decontaminant for carbamate-polluted water samples. Enzymatic bioremediation of chemical pesticides. For most mixtures investigated, further validation data is still needed from experiments using other compounds and other experimental models but this update provides useful information to help in human health risk assessments.
Biological Degradation and Bioremediation of Toxic Chemicals.
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In practice, almost all chemical compounds and materials are subject to biodegradation processes. The significance, however, is in the relative rates of such processes, such as days, weeks, years or centuries. A number of factors determine the rate at which this degradation of organic compounds occurs. Factors include light, water, oxygen and temperature