Potential of fungi isolated from the dumping sites mangrove rhizosphere soil to degrade polythene

@article{Sangale2019PotentialOF,
  title={Potential of fungi isolated from the dumping sites mangrove rhizosphere soil to degrade polythene},
  author={Manisha K. Sangale and M. Shahnawaz and A. Ade},
  journal={Scientific Reports},
  year={2019},
  volume={9}
}
  • Manisha K. Sangale, M. Shahnawaz, A. Ade
  • Published 2019
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Scientific Reports
  • Polythene is the most widely used plastic around the globe. Among the total plastic waste generated, polythene contributes the maximum share (64%). Various strategies/methods are being utilized to deal with the increasing rate of plastic waste, but among all the methods, bioremediation is regarded as the ecofriendly and widely accepted method. In the current investigation, we have attempted to discover the elite polythene deteriorating fungi (isolated from the rhizosphere soil of Avicennia… CONTINUE READING
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