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Possessing large brains and complex behavioral patterns, cetaceans are believed to be highly intelligent. Their brains, which are the largest in the Animal Kingdom and have enormous gyrification compared with terrestrial mammals, have long been of scientific interest. Few studies, however, report total number of brain cells in cetaceans, and even fewer have(More)
2001: Degradation of herbicides in shallow Danish aquifers: an integrated laboratory and field study. Microbial mineralisation of chlorsulfuron methyl, tribenuron methyl and thifensulfuron methyl in a Danish soil profile. Chemosphere 45, 775-782. 2001: Development and utilisation of a medium to isolate phenanthrene-degrading Pseudomonas spp. 2001: Isolation(More)
We isolated a bacterium capable of metabolising a methylated and methoxylated s-triazine ring as the only nitrogen source. On a weight basis, the s-triazine, commonly named triazine amine (TAM), constitutes approx. half of several sulfonylurea herbicides and is formed after hydrolysis of these herbicides. The isolate, strain TA57 was identified using(More)
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