out of 12 , 9 (75 %) of the isolated bacterial strains had the potential to degrade
naphthalene and phenanthrene as both of these hydrocarbons are widely distributed in the environment and can be easily degraded by microorganisms .
240B1 was the first discovered bacterial species that have capability to degrade
Here, no differences were observed between Degrade
2, and untreated straw.
These microbes were separately allowed to degrade
the polythene and plastics under shaker cultures for a month.
The cores begin to degrade
as moisture accumulates on or is absorbed into the core or core wash coating.
cepacia is being used in bioremediation products is unknown; however, the species has been used extensively to degrade
ground water TCE contamination in at least one large U.
He believes it might be able to degrade
more than one pollutant at a time.
This material degrades
over time, breaks loose with thermal cycling and the drag of polymer flow, and can make lots of black specks.
2] (and/or acetate) in complex anaerobic microbial communities that degrade
chlorinated aromatic compounds is also useful because of the key roles that these populations play in sustaining biodegradation of the parent compounds (Becker et al.
government intentionally used sanctions against Iraq to degrade
the country's water supply after the Gulf War.
The method comprises adding a culture containing at least six strains of microorganisms capable of degrading PCBs to PCB contaminated soil, mixing the soil and microorganism culture together and maintaining the culture under stringent conditions which promote the growth of the microorganisms and which stimulate the ability of the microorganisms to degrade
42% more calories are requirod to degrade
a C-C bond than it takes to degrade
a perfect C-S monosulfide bond.