Evaluation of the efficacy of a fungal consortium for degradation of azo dyes and simulated textile dye effluents

@article{Saroj2015EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of the efficacy of a fungal consortium for degradation of azo dyes and simulated textile dye effluents},
  author={Samta Saroj and Swati Dubey and Pragati Agarwal and Rajendra Prasad and Rajesh P. Singh},
  journal={Sustainable Water Resources Management},
  year={2015},
  volume={1},
  pages={233-243}
}
Azo dyes are widely prevalent environmental contaminants that are recalcitrant to biodegradation processes and have detrimental biological effects. Hence, exploring the novel microbial agents and to develop ecofriendly cost-effective process is pertinent for treatment of textile effluents. A fungal consortium comprising three strains Penicillium oxalicum SAR-3, Aspergillus niger SAR-6 and Aspergillus flavus SAB-3 has been developed. The consortium exhibited remarkably high potential to degrade… 
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