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Distribution of glyphosate and methylphosphonate catabolism systems in soil bacteria Ochrobactrum anthropi and Achromobacter sp
Bacterial strains capable of utilizing methylphosphonic acid (MP) or glyphosate (GP) as the sole sources of phosphorus were isolated from soils contaminated with these organophosphonates. The strainsExpand
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Microbial degradation of glyphosate herbicides (Review)
This review analyzes the issues associated with biodegradation of glyphosate (N-(phosphonomethyl)glycine), one of the most widespread herbicides. Glyphosate can accumulate in natural environments andExpand
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Insect prey of the long-eared bat Plecotus auritus (L.) (Chiroptera: Vespertilionidae) in Central Russia
Diet composition of Plecotus auritus in the vicinity of the Zvenigorod Biological Station (Moscow Region) was analyzed by collecting insect remains under assumed feeding perches of bats. Of theExpand
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Organophosphonates utilization by soil strains of Ochrobactrum anthropi and Achromobacter sp.
Four bacterial strains from glyphosate- or alkylphosphonates-contaminated soils were tested for ability to utilize different organophosphonates. All studied strains readily utilized methylphosphonicExpand
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Glyphosate: Safety Risks, Biodegradation, and Bioremediation
Problems and questions associated with worldwide success of glyphosate-based herbicide formulations are discussed. Controversy in glyphosate environmental safety assessments and the current state ofExpand
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New approaches to identification and activity estimation of glyphosate degradation enzymes
We propose a new set of approaches, which allow identifying the primary enzymes of glyphosate (N-phosphonomethyl-glycine) attack, measuring their activities, and quantitative analysis of glyphosateExpand
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Biodegradation of glyphosate by soil bacteria: Optimization of cultivation and the method for active biomass storage
Conditions for obtaining the active biomass of Ochrobactrum anthropi GPK 3 and Achromobacter sp. Kg 16, bacteria which are able to degrade the herbicide glyphosate (N-phosphonomethylglycine), wereExpand
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Quantitative determination of antipyrine and its metabolites in urine by the method of microcolumn HPLC
possible impurities, such as pantoate, V, or VI. This looks problematical in the analysis of solutions of IV, since the retention time of IV and V (the probable product of hydrolysis of IV and aExpand
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Glyphosate acetylation as a specific trait of Achromobacter sp. Kg 16 physiology
The growth parameters of Achromobacter sp. Kg 16 (VKM B-2534 D), such as biomass and maximum specific growth rate, depended only on the source of phosphorus in the medium, but not on the carbonExpand
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