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

By Todd A. Anderson, Joel R. Coats

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

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