M. K. Kansour

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Pristine and oil-contaminated desert soil samples from Kuwait harbored between 10 and 100 cells g−1 of hydrocarbonoclastic bacteria capable of growth at 50 °C. Enrichment by incubation of moistened soils for 6 months at 50 °C raised those numbers to the magnitude of 103 cells g−1. Most of these organisms were moderately thermophilic and belonged to the(More)
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