Bacterial chemotaxis to naphthalene desorbing from a nonaqueous liquid.

@article{Law2003BacterialCT,
  title={Bacterial chemotaxis to naphthalene desorbing from a nonaqueous liquid.},
  author={Aaron M J Law and Michael D Aitken},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2003},
  volume={69 10},
  pages={5968-73}
}
Bacterial chemotaxis has the potential to increase the rate of degradation of chemoattractants, but its influence on degradation of hydrophobic attractants initially dissolved in a non-aqueous-phase liquid (NAPL) has not been examined. We studied the effect of chemotaxis by Pseudomonas putida G7 on naphthalene mass transfer and degradation in a system in which the naphthalene was dissolved in a model NAPL. Chemotaxis by wild-type P. putida G7 increased the rates of naphthalene desorption and… CONTINUE READING

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