REVIEW ON BIOREMEDIATION OF METHYL PARATHION CONTAMINATED AGRICULTURAL SOIL BY MICROORGANISMS

@inproceedings{Bara2017REVIEWOB,
  title={REVIEW ON BIOREMEDIATION OF METHYL PARATHION CONTAMINATED AGRICULTURAL SOIL BY MICROORGANISMS},
  author={Jyoti Kiran Bara and Ritu K Soni and Sakshi Jaiswal and Khyati Shrivastava},
  year={2017}
}
Organophosphate pesticides are widely used for crop protection against pests and also to increase crop productivity. Methyl parathion (O, O-dimethyl O-pnitrophenyl phosphorothioate, MP) is one such organophosphate pesticide. The extensive use of it has led to bioaccumulation in the environment. Thus causing harmful health hazards like inhibition of acetylcholinesterase (an important enzyme in nervous system) activity. Bioremediation, a technique can be applied to overcome bioaccumulation caused… Expand
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