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A gram-negative Novosphingobium sp. strain FND-3 capable of degrading carbofuran was isolated and characterized. The carbofuran-degrading ability of strain FND-3 was investigated under various culture conditions. Strain FND-3 showed a high average carbofuran-degrading rate of 28.6 mg L(-1) h(-1) in mineral salts medium with 100 mg L(-1) carbofuran. GC/MS(More)
A rod-shaped, gram-negative bacterium Stenotrophomonas sp. SMSP-1 was isolated from the sludge of a wastewater treating system of a pesticide manufacturer. Strain SMSP-1 could hydrolyze methyl parathion to p-nitrophenol (PNP) and dimethyl phosphorothioate but could not degrade PNP further. Strain SMSP-1 was able to hydrolyze other organophosphate(More)
A bacteria strain XSP-1 capable of utilizing phoxim as sole carbon source was isolated from sludge collected from a pesticide manufacturer. It was preliminarily identified as Delftia sp. according to its physiological-biochemical analysis and the similarity analysis of its 16S rRNA gene sequence (GenBank Accession No. EF061135). Strain XSP-1 could degrade(More)
To investigate nonautonomous matter waves with time-dependent modulation in a one-dimensional trapped spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensate, we hereby work on the generalized three-coupled Gross-Pitaevskii equations by means of the Hirota bilinear method. By modulating the external trap potential, atom gain or loss, and coupling coefficients, we can obtain(More)
JQL4-5 (Sphingomonas sp.), a fenpropathrin-degrading strain isolated from soils exposed to repeated pesticides contamination, was used in this work to study factors affecting its degrading capacity of fenpropathrin in soil microcosms. In sterilized soil, the degradation rates of fenpropathrin by JQL4-5 were faster than those in unsterilized soil. Various(More)
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