Microbial Transformation and Degradation of Toxic Organic Chemicals
Lily Y. Young, Carl E. Cerniglia
Wiley, Aug 18, 1995 - Technology & Engineering - 672 pages
This book examines the role of microbes, from theoretical, field, and applied perspectives, in the degradation of toxic organic chemicals.
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CHEMICAL CONTAMINATION OF
CLEANUP OF PETROLEUM HYDROCARBON
Bossert and Geoffrey C Compeau
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acclimation acid activated sludge addition aerobic anaerobic Appl Environ Microbiol application aquifer Aroclor aromatic compounds aromatic hydrocarbons aryl bacteria Bedard benzene benzo[a]pyrene Biochem biodegradation biological bioremediation carbon cells Cerniglia Chem chemical chlorinated chlorophenols chrysosporium congeners contaminated soil cultures dechlorination dechlorination processes dehalogenation denitrifying dioxygenase effect electron acceptors enrichment Environ Sci Technol environmental enzymes fungi gene genetic Gibson DT glyphosate groundwater Haggblom haloaromatic halogenated Herbicide Ware 1989 Hudson River Hudson River sediment incubation isolated laboratory mechanisms meta metabolism methanogenic Microbiology microorganisms mineralization mixture molecular naphthalene nitrate nutrients observed organic oxidation oxygen p-cresol PAHs pathway pattern PCB concentration PCB dechlorination PCBs pentachlorophenol Phanerochaete chrysosporium phenanthrene phenols plasmid polychlorinated biphenyls potential process H Pseudomonas sp putida Quensen reactions reactor reductive dechlorination reductive dehalogenation removal Rhee samples sediment sediment slurries specific strain studies substrate Suflita sulfate tiedjei tion toluene toxic transformation treatment waste