Bismuth(III) Volatilization and Immobilization by Filamentous Fungus Aspergillus clavatus During Aerobic Incubation

@article{Boriov2014BismuthIIIVA,
  title={Bismuth(III) Volatilization and Immobilization by Filamentous Fungus Aspergillus clavatus During Aerobic Incubation},
  author={K. Boriov{\'a} and M. Ur{\'i}k and M. Bujdo{\vs} and P. Mat{\'u}{\vs}},
  journal={Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology},
  year={2014},
  volume={68},
  pages={405-411}
}
As with many metals, bismuth can be accumulated or transformed by microorganisms. These interactions affect microbial consortia and bismuth environmental behaviour, mobility, and toxicity. Recent research focused specifically on bismuth anaerobic transformation by bacteria and archaea has inspired the evaluation of the mutual interactions between bismuth and filamentous fungi as presented in this article. The Aspergillus clavatus fungus proved resistant to adverse effects from bismuth… Expand
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