Fungal inoculum properties: extracellular enzyme expression and pentachlorophenol removal in highly contaminated field soils.

@article{Ford2007FungalIP,
  title={Fungal inoculum properties: extracellular enzyme expression and pentachlorophenol removal in highly contaminated field soils.},
  author={Christopher I. Ford and Monika Walter and Grant L. Northcott and Hong Jie Di and K. C. Cameron and Tania M. Trower},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2007},
  volume={36 6},
  pages={
          1599-608
        }
}
This study was conducted to improve the pentachlorophenol (PCP) bioremediation ability of white-rot fungi in highly contaminated field soils by manipulating bioaugmentation variables. These were the dry weight percentage of fungal inoculum addition (31-175 g kg(-1)), PCP concentration (100-2137 mg kg(-1) PCP), fungal inoculum formulation, and time (1-7 wk). Five fungal isolates were used: the New Zealand isolates Trametes versicolor (L.: Fr.) HR131 and Trametes sp. HR577; the North American… CONTINUE READING

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