Biochemical and microbiological activity of soil contaminated with o-cresol and biostimulated with Perna canaliculus mussel meal

@article{Zaborowska2018BiochemicalAM,
  title={Biochemical and microbiological activity of soil contaminated with o-cresol and biostimulated with Perna canaliculus mussel meal},
  author={M. Zaborowska and J. Kucharski and J. Wyszkowska},
  journal={Environmental Monitoring and Assessment},
  year={2018},
  volume={190}
}
The choice of the study subject was a consequence of the growing interest in volatile organic compounds which are strongly dispersed in the environment. The knowledge of o-cresol’s capability for being broken down by bacteria should be supplemented by studies aimed at determining the biochemical and microbiological activity of soils. o-Cresol was applied at the following rates: 0, 0.1, 1, 10, and 50 mg of o-cresol kg−1 d.m. of soil to determine its effect on the biological properties of soil… Expand

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