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The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus PCP-1 and Flavobacterium sp. in natural soil

The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading

The survival of two different pentachlorophenol (PCP)-degrading bacteria were studied in natural soil. The PCP-degraders Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus and Flavobacterium sp., both able to mineralize PCP into CO 2 and chloride in axenic culture, were tested for the …

The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading

The survival of two different pentachlorophenol (PCP)-degrading bacteria were studied in natural soil. The PCP-degraders Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus and Flavobacterium sp., both able to

The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading

The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus PCP-1 and Flavobacterium sp. in natural soil

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Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus PCP-1 and Flavobacterium sp

The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus PCP-1 and Flavobacterium sp. in natural soil M. Briglia 1’2’3, E.-L. Nurmiaho …

Impact of Inoculation Protocols, Salinity, and pH on the

Degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and survival of bacteria in soil was investigated by applying different inoculation protocols. The soil was inoculated with Sphingomonas paucimobilis BA 2 and strain BP 9, which are able to degrade anthracene and pyrene, respectively.

Mineralizing Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus PCP-I» to the

The survival of two different pentachlorophenol (PCP)-degrading bacteria were studied in natural soil. The PCP-degraders Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus and Flavobacterium sp., both able to

Mineralization performance of Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus

The effect of the inoculum size, concentration of PCP and soil moisture on mineralization of PCP was investigated in two different types of soil. Non-sterile peaty and sandy soils, containing from 30 to 600 mg of PCP kg − soil dry wt were inoculated to a density of from 500 to 10 8 …

Quantitative detection of pentachlorophenol-degrading

Survival of UG30 in soil was monitored by the MPN/PCR assay. Cell density of the UG30 inoculum decreased from 1.8×10 8 to 1.9×10 5 cells/g of soil in the first 20 days of incubation and stabilized at 1.9×10 4 cells/g of soil after 50 days.

Published in: Journal of Microbiological Methods · 1997Authors: Kam Tin Leung · Andrew Watt · Hung Lee · J T TrevorsAffiliation: University of GuelphAbout: Detection limit · Enumeration · Pentachlorophenol · Phenols · Most probable number

Degradation of 3-Phenoxybenzoic Acid in Soil by

For example, soil contaminated with pentachlorophenol was augmented with Flavobacterium , Arthrobacter , and Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus (5, 6) strains. In each case removal of pentachlorophenol was accelerated.

Impact of Inoculation Protocols, Salinity, and pH on the

(1990) The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus PCP-1 and Flavobacterium sp. in natural soil. (1990) Biodegradation of pentachlorophenol in natural soil by inoculated Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus. Microb.

Enhanced survival of Pseudomonas fluorescens in soil

The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus PCP-1 and Flavobacterium sp. in natural soil Briglia, M.; Nurmiaho-Lassila, E.L.; Vallini, G.; Salkinoja-Salonen, M. Methods of inoculating seeds and their effects on survival of rhizobia

Published in: Soil Biology & Biochemistry · 2000Authors: M I Van Dyke · James I ProsserAffiliation: University of AberdeenAbout: Sterilization · Pseudomonadales · Pseudomonas fluorescens · Pseudomonadaceae

Microbial diversity in soil: effect of releasing

Briglia M., Nurmiaho-Lassila EL, Valline G., Salkinoja-Salonen M. (1990) The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading Rhodococcus chlorophenolicus PCP-1 and Flavobacterium sp. in natural soil. Biodegradation , 1 , 273 – 281 .

The survival of the pentachlorophenol-degrading

The PCP-degraders, both able to mineralize PCP into CO2 and chloride in axenic culture, were tested for the capacity to survive and degrade PCP in natural soil. These bacteria were immobilized on polyurethane (PUR) foam and introduced into natural peaty soil to give c. 109 cells/g of soil (dry wt).