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Microbial mobilization of cesium from illite: The role of organic acids and siderophores
Abstract This paper aims to provide a mechanistic understanding of the mobilization of cesium (Cs) by bacteria from soil as part of a soil cleaning step. Whole metabolites and purified siderophoresExpand
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Effect of Pseudomonas fluorescens and pyoverdine on the phytoextraction of cesium by red clover in soil pots and hydroponics
With the aim of improving the phytoextraction rate of cesium (Cs), the effect of Pseudomonas fluorescens ATCC 17400 and its siderophore pyoverdine (PVD) on the uptake of Cs by red clover was studiedExpand
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Chelate-assisted phytoextraction of lead using Fagopyrum esculentum: laboratory vs. field experiments
Abstract The development of more sustainable remediation techniques has been receiving greater attention, as an alternative to soil excavation plan in urban gardens. An in situ phytoextractionExpand
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Pseudo-first-order reaction of chemically and biologically formed green rusts with HgII and C₁₅H₁₅N₃O₂: effects of pH and stabilizing agents (phosphate, silicate, polyacrylic acid, and bacterial
The kinetics of Hg(II) and methyl red (MR) reduction by hydroxycarbonate green rust (GR1) and by hydroxysulfate green rust (GR2) were studied in the presence of naturally occurring organic andExpand
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Rôle de métabolites bactériens dans la mobilisation du césium d’une illite dopée : étude mécaniste et application à la phytoextraction
Lors d’accidents nucleaires, divers radionucleides comme le cesium-137 (Cs) sont disperses dans l'atmosphere avant de retomber au sol. Afin d’eliminer le Cs accumule dans l’horizon de surface desExpand
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