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Jatropha curcas L. is cited as one of the best candidates for future oil and biodiesel production. It is widespread in many tropical and subtropical countries but has not yet received much genetic improvement. The objective of this study was to collect Jatropha germplasm and characterize it with molecular markers. A total of 64 genotypes, collected from(More)
This study combined different approaches to characterize organic sediments produced by an anaerobic digestion plant feed with pig slurry, and accumulated for many years in a lagoon. The results of all analyses identified a certain homogeneity of the sediments. As a consequence of the pig diet, the sediment contained an high concentration of Zn (about(More)
Industrial fermentations for the production of pharmaceuticals generate large volumes of wastewater that can be biologically treated to recover plant nutrients through the application of pharmaceutical-derived wastes to the soil. Nevertheless, benefits and risks associated with their recovery are still unexplored. Thus, the aim of the present work was to(More)
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