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Exploiting the CRISPR/Cas9 System for Targeted Genome Mutagenesis in Petunia
It is shown that the CRISPR/Cas9 system is efficient in petunia (Petunia hybrid), an important ornamental plant and a model for comparative research, and an alternative procedure for its exploitation is provided. Expand
Biosorption of copper(II) by immobilizing Saccharomyces cerevisiae on the surface of chitosan-coated magnetic nanoparticles from aqueous solution.
Equilibrium studies show that the data of Cu(II) adsorption follow the Langmuir model, and SICCM was highly efficient for the fast adsorbent of Cu (II) within the first 10 min, and adsor adaptation equilibrium could be achieved in 1h. Expand
Bioremediation of soils contaminated with polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, petroleum, pesticides, chlorophenols and heavy metals by composting: Applications, microbes and future research needs.
Composting or compost addition can simultaneously increase soil organic matter content and soil fertility besides bioremediation, and thus is believed to be one of the most cost-effective methods for soil remediation. Expand
Treatment of swine wastewater using chemically modified zeolite and bioflocculant from activated sludge.
The use of the composite by RSM provides a feasible way to improve the pollutant removal efficiencies and recycle high-level of ammonium from wastewater. Expand
Challenges and solutions for biofiltration of hydrophobic volatile organic compounds.
This review provides new insights into hydrophobic VOC removal by biofiltration and proposes solutions including the addition of surfactants, application of fungal biocatalysts and utilization of hydrophilic compounds. Expand
Performance of system consisting of vertical flow trickling filter and horizontal flow multi-soil-layering reactor for treatment of rural wastewater.
The horizontal flow mode for MSL led the system to denitrifying satisfactorily as it ensured relatively long hydraulic retention time (HRT), ideal anoxic condition and adequate organic substrates supply, and higher water spraying frequency benefited intermittent feeding system for pollutants removal. Expand
Biosorption of zinc(II) from aqueous solution by dried activated sludge.
F Fourier transform infrared spectral analysis showed that the dominant mechanism of zinc(II) biosorption onto the dried activated sludge was the binding between amide groups and zinc ions. Expand
Efficacy of carbonaceous nanocomposites for sorbing ionizable antibiotic sulfamethazine from aqueous solution.
Comprehensively considering the cost, renewability, and the application to real water samples, the carbonaceous nanocomposites have potential in removal of SMT and possibly other persistent organic pollutants from wastewater. Expand
Biomass accumulation and control strategies in gas biofiltration.
The characteristics, mechanisms, and patterns of biomass accumulation in gas biofiltration were reviewed, and models for biomass accumulation were also summarized, with improvements in design and operation of biofilters. Expand
Advantages and challenges of Tween 80 surfactant-enhanced technologies for the remediation of soils contaminated with hydrophobic organic compounds
Abstract The occurrence of hydrophobic organic compounds (HOCs) in soil has become a highly significant environmental issue. This problem has been exacerbated by the strong sorption of HOCs to soilExpand