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Environmental studies on the microbial degradation of oil hydrocarbons and its application in Lebanese oil polluted coastal and marine ecosystem

@inproceedings{Maliji2013EnvironmentalSO,
  title={Environmental studies on the microbial degradation of oil hydrocarbons and its application in Lebanese oil polluted coastal and marine ecosystem},
  author={Darin Maliji and Z. Olama and H. Holail},
  year={2013}
}
Petroleum which is the major source of energy for industry and daily life is an extremely complex mixture of hydrocarbons. From the hundreds of individual components, four classes, based on related chemical structures can be recognized, and named as : aromatic, saturate or aliphatic, asphaltic and resins (Gopinathan et al., 2012). However, after the sinking of the super tanker Torney Canyon in 1967 the attention of the scientific community was drawn towards ISSN: 2319-7706 Volume 2 Number 6… Expand
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