Bioremediation through Rhizosphere Technology by Todd A. Anderson, Joel R. Coats

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The 1st compilation of study on microbial degradation of contaminants within the rhizosphere. Discusses the interactions among microorganisms, crops, and chemical compounds within the rhizosphere. Examines the degradation of business chemical substances, together with polycyclic fragrant hydrocarbons, pentachlorophenol, and trichloroethylene, in addition to the degradation of insecticides within the rhizosphere. overview chapters offer overviews of bioremediation and rhizosphere microbiology.

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Cultivation under atmospheric conditions was performed for 48h in the dark at 28 °C under agitation. One ml subsamples of the culture medium were taken after Oh, 18h, 24h, 39h, 44h, and 48h of incubation. Cultivation under low 0 conditions was performed in the sealed flask for 88h in the dark at 28 °C under agitation. One ml subsamples of the culture medium were taken after Oh, 22h, 44h, 48h, 64h, 69h, and 88h of incubation. Each incubation was performed in triplicate. Control incubations were conducted without phenolic compounds added.

Azospirillum spp. is probably the most studied non-symbiotic N fixer because of its well-known property of root-growth promotion demonstrated on a very broad range of plant species. These bacteria efficiently colonize the elongation and root-hair zones of wild plants as well as cereals, tomato, pepper, cotton, soybean, and sunflower plants (12-14). Azospirillum could present numerous advantages for a successfull introduction for soils decontamination. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1994.

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