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Scale up of 2,4-dichlorophenol removal from aqueous solutions using Brassica napus hairy roots.
Chlorophenols are harmful pollutants, frequently found in the effluents of several industries. For this reason, many environmental friendly technologies are being explored for their removal fromExpand
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Removal of 2,4-diclorophenol from aqueous solutions using tobacco hairy root cultures.
2,4-Dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP) is harmful for aquatic life and human health, so many attempts have focused on removing it through innocuous technologies. Hairy roots (HR) represent an interesting plantExpand
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Use of hairy roots extracts for 2,4-DCP removal and toxicity evaluation by Lactuca sativa test
Abstract2,4-Dichlorophenol (2,4-DCP) is widely distributed in wastewaters discharged from several industries, and it is considered as a priority pollutant due to its high toxicity. In this study, theExpand
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Isolation and characterization of a Rhodococcus strain with phenol-degrading ability and its potential use for tannery effluent biotreatment
IntroductionWastewater derived from leather production may contain phenols, which are highly toxic, and their degradation could be possible through bioremediation technologies.Materials, methods andExpand
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Identification of the main mechanisms involved in the tolerance and bioremediation of Cr(VI) by Bacillus sp. SFC 500-1E
Chromium pollution is a problem that affects different areas worldwide and, therefore, must be solved. Bioremediation is a promising alternative to treat environmental contamination, but findingExpand
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Biochemical and molecular characterization of arsenic response from Azospirillum brasilense Cd, a bacterial strain used as plant inoculant
Azospirillum brasilense Cd is a bacterial strain widely used as an inoculant of several crops due to its plant growth promoting properties. However, its beneficial effects depend on its viability andExpand
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Arsenic effect on the model crop symbiosis Bradyrhizobium-soybean.
Soybean (Glycine max) is often being cultivated in soils with moderate to high arsenic (As) concentrations or under irrigation with As contaminated groundwater. The purpose of this study was toExpand
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Biochemical and molecular mechanisms involved in simultaneous phenol and Cr(VI) removal by Acinetobacter guillouiae SFC 500-1A
Bioremediation has emerged as an environmental friendly strategy to deal with environmental pollution. Since the majority of polluted sites contain complex mixtures of inorganic and organicExpand
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Characterization of a phenol-degrading bacterium isolated from an industrial effluent and its potential application for bioremediation
The use of native microorganisms is a useful strategy for phenol bioremediation. In the present work, a bacterial strain, named RTE1.4, was isolated from effluents of a chemical industry. The strainExpand
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Synergistic effect of chickpea plants and Mesorhizobium as a natural system for chromium phytoremediation
ABSTRACT The presence of chromium in soils not only affects the physiological processes of plants but also the microbial rhizosphere composition and metabolic activities of microorganisms. Hence, theExpand
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