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Municipal solid waste management in Indian cities - A review
Agricultural application of Municipal Solid Waste (MSW), as nutrient source for plants and as soil conditioner, is the most costeffective option of MSW management because of its advantages overExpand
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Co-composting of organic fraction of municipal solid waste mixed with different bulking waste: characterization of physicochemical parameters and microbial enzymatic dynamic.
The effect of various bulking waste such as wood shaving, agricultural and yard trimming waste combined with organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) composting was investigated throughExpand
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Optimization of the medium for the production of cellulase by the Trichoderma viride using submerged fermentation
The main purpose of this study to reduced the production cost of cellulase by using alternative carbon source such as municipal solid waste residue and optimized fermentation medium for highExpand
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Evaluation of thermophilic fungal consortium for organic municipal solid waste composting.
Influence of fungal consortium and different turning frequency on composting of organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) was investigated to produce compost with higher agronomic value. FourExpand
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Co-composting of gelatin industry sludge combined with organic fraction of municipal solid waste and poultry waste employing zeolite mixed with enriched nitrifying bacterial consortium.
This work illustrates the co-composting of gelatin industry sludge (GIS) combined with organic fraction of municipal solid waste (OFMSW) and poultry waste (PW) employing 10% zeolite mixed withExpand
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Characterization of Mycolytic Enzymes of Bacillus Strains and Their Bio-Protection Role Against Rhizoctonia solani in Tomato
Four antagonists bacteria namely, Bacillus megaterium MB3, B. subtilis MB14, B. subtilis MB99 and B. amyloliquefaciens MB101 were able to produce chitinase, β-1,3-glucanase and protease in differentExpand
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Microbial metabolites as eco-friendly agrochemicals for the next millennium
Abstract. As a result of the increasing environmental and health-related problems caused by the synthetic agrochemicals currently used, suitable and non-hazardous innovative alternatives are beingExpand
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Diversity and antagonistic potential of Bacillus spp. associated to the rhizosphere of tomato for the management of Rhizoctonia solani
Abstract Bacillus spp. has emerged as the most effective alternative to synthetic chemical fungicides. To get a better insight in the antagonistic potential of Bacillus strains, rhizospheric soilExpand
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A review on systematic study of cellulose
This review attempts to bring together basic and systematic information which has been gathered on cellulose structure, types, principally that of native cellulose, over the last few decades. EvenExpand
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The increasing side effects of chemical antimicrobial compounds and growing resistance against them in pathogenic microorganisms has attracted the attention of researchers to search for some novelExpand
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