Application of molecular techniques to elucidate the influence of cellulosic waste on the bacterial community structure at a simulated low-level-radioactive-waste site.

@article{Field2010ApplicationOM,
  title={Application of molecular techniques to elucidate the influence of cellulosic waste on the bacterial community structure at a simulated low-level-radioactive-waste site.},
  author={Erin K. Field and Seth D'Imperio and Amber R Miller and Michael R Vanengelen and Robin Gerlach and Brady D Lee and William A. Apel and Brent M. Peyton},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2010},
  volume={76 10},
  pages={3106-15}
}
Low-level-radioactive-waste (low-level-waste) sites, including those at various U.S. Department of Energy sites, frequently contain cellulosic waste in the form of paper towels, cardboard boxes, or wood contaminated with heavy metals and radionuclides such as chromium and uranium. To understand how the soil microbial community is influenced by the presence of cellulosic waste products, multiple soil samples were obtained from a nonradioactive model low-level-waste test pit at the Idaho National… CONTINUE READING

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