Decolorization of an azo dye , Reactive Black 5 and MnP production by yeast isolate : Debaryomyces polymorphus

  title={Decolorization of an azo dye , Reactive Black 5 and MnP production by yeast isolate : Debaryomyces polymorphus},
  author={Qingxiang Yanga and Ayfer Yedilerb and Min Yangc and Antonius Kettrupb},
  • Qingxiang Yanga, Ayfer Yedilerb, +1 author Antonius Kettrupb
  • Published 2005
The optimum conditions for decolorization of an azo dye, C.I. Reactive Black 5(RB5) and the kinetic characteristics of manganesed d c the c d he presence o s f © 

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