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Bioremediation Through Rhizosphere Technology

Edited By: TA Anderson and JR Coats
249 pages, Figs, tabs
Hardback | Jan 1994 | #47482 | ISBN: 0841229422
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Compilation of research on microbial degradation of contaminants in the rhizosphere.

Role of Microorganisms in Soil Bioremediation; Toxicant Degradation in the Rhizosphere; Polyphenolic Compounds Respired by Bacteria; Effect of Nutrients on Interaction Between Pesticide Pentachlorophenol and Microorganisms in Soil; Intact Rhizosphere Microbial Communities Used To Study Microbial Biodegradation in Agricultural and Natural Soils: Influence of Soil Organic Matter on Mineralization Kinetics; Influence of Plant Species on In Situ Rhizosphere Degradation; Rhizosphere Microbial Communities as a Plant Defense Against Toxic Substances in Soils; Potential Use of Mycorrhizal Fungi as Bioremediation Agents; Dehalogenation of Chlorinated Phenols During Binding To Humus; Alfalfa Plants and Associated Microorganisms Promote Biodegradation Rather Than Volatilization of Organic Substances from Ground Water; Volatilization and Mineralization of Naphthalene in Soil-Grass Microcosms; Biologically Mediated Dissipation of Polyaromatic Hydrocarbons in the Root Zone; Grass-Enhanced Bioremediation for Clay Soils Contaminated with Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons; Propanil Metabolism by Rhizosphere Microflora; Glutathione S-Transferase Activity in Rhizosphere Bacteria and the Potential for Herbicide Detoxification; Biological Degradation of Pesticide Wastes in the Root Zone of Soils Collected at an Agrochemical Dealership; Plant and Microbial Establishment in Pesticide-Contaminated Soils Amended with Compost

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