Arsenic removal from the aqueous system using plant biomass: a bioremedial approach

@article{Kumari2005ArsenicRF,
  title={Arsenic removal from the aqueous system using plant biomass: a bioremedial approach},
  author={Pushpa Kumari and Parul Sharma and Shalini Srivastava and Man Mohan Srivastava},
  journal={Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2005},
  volume={32},
  pages={521-526}
}
Metal species released into the environment by technological activities tend to persist indefinitely, circulating and eventually accumulating throughout the food chain, thus becoming a serious threat to the environment. Environment pollution by toxic metals occurs globally through military, industrial, and agricultural processes and waste disposal. Bioremediation processes are the target of recent research and are considered low-cost, ecofriendly methods to alleviate the current problems of… CONTINUE READING

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