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Phytoremediation of petroleum contaminated soils by Mirabilis Jalapa L. in a greenhouse plot experiment.
M. jalapa is a widely spread species that can be effectively applied to phytoremediation of <or=10,000 mg/kg petroleum contaminated soil and could effectively promote the degradation of TPHs when the concentration of petroleum hydrocarbons in soil was equal to and lower than 10,000 ppm. Expand
Bioelectrochemical stimulation of petroleum hydrocarbon degradation in saline soil using U‐tube microbial fuel cells
The number of hydrocarbon degradation bacteria (HDB) in soil close to the anode increased by nearly two orders of magnitude in the MFC assisted system, providing solid evidence for in situ biostimulation of HDB growth by colonization of EB in the same system. Expand
Remediation of petroleum contaminated soils by joint action of Pharbitis nil L. and its microbial community.
The results showed that there was significantly (p<0.05) greater degradation rate of TPHs in vegetated treatments, up to 27.63-67.42%, compared with the unvegetated controls, and there was a much higher removal of saturated hydrocarbon compared with other components. Expand
Promoted biodegradation and microbiological effects of petroleum hydrocarbons by Impatiens balsamina L. with strong endurance.
I. balsamina L. to phytoremedy petroleum contaminated soil from the Shengli Oil Field in Dongying City, Shandong Province, China, was examined and it was found that the plant had a good tolerance to contaminated soils with ≤10,000 mg/kg of PHCs. Expand
Evaluation of cadmium phytoremediation potential in Chinese cabbage cultivars.
Beijingxiaoza 56 is promising for phytoextraction of Cd from soils with low to moderate Cd contamination and the order of the shoot Cd concentration values in the cultivars was as follows. Expand
Effects of Soil Polycyclic Musk and Cadmium on Pollutant Uptake and Biochemical Responses of Wheat (Triticum aestivum)
The single and joint toxicological effects of AHTN and cadmium (Cd) on early developmental stages of wheat, including AHTN and Cd uptake, chlorophyll (CHL), malondialdehyde (MDA), superoxideExpand
Effect of short chain fatty acids on the expression of free fatty acid receptor 2 (Ffar2), Ffar3 and early-stage adipogenesis
No significant effect of propionate or acetate on adipogenesis in 3T3-L1 cells is observed using validated quantitative techniques, consistent with a lack of Ffar2 expression in the first 24 h of differentiation. Expand
Enhanced performance and capacitance behavior of anode by rolling Fe3O4 into activated carbon in microbial fuel cells.
It is demonstrated for the first time that the capacitance of anodes increased after the addition of Fe(3)O(4), indicating that the improvement of anode performance can be also attributed to the enhancement of capacitance. Expand
Simultaneous determination of Ziagen and its phosphorylated metabolites by ion-pairing high-performance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry.
An ion-paring HPLC-MS-MS method with positive ion mode electrospray ionization has been developed and has been successfully applied to the analysis of these compounds in human liver cells treated with Ziagen. Expand
Simultaneous quantitative cassette analysis of drugs and detection of their metabolites by high performance liquid chromatography/ion trap mass spectrometry.
A method using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) coupled with ion trap mass spectrometry (MS) for simultaneous quantification of multiple drugs and detection of their metabolites is described and is illustrated with analysis of the in vitro metabolism of 19 alpha-1a receptor antagonists. Expand