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Microbial degradation of xenobiotics and recalcitrant compounds

Federation of European Microbiological Societies. Symposium

Microbial degradation of xenobiotics and recalcitrant compounds

FEMS Symposium no.12

by Federation of European Microbiological Societies. Symposium

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Published by Academic Press for the Swiss Academy of Sciences and the Swiss Society of Microbiology on behalf of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Biodegradation -- Congresses,
  • Xenobiotics -- Metabolism -- Congresses

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographies and index.

    Statementedited by T. Leisinger ... [et al.]
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsLeisinger, T., Schweizerische Naturforschende Gesellschaft., Schweizerische Mikrobiologische Gesellschaft., Federation of European Microbiological Societies.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiv, 415 p. :
    Number of Pages415
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14751907M
    ISBN 100124429203
    LC Control Number81031341
    OCLC/WorldCa16556901

      The recalcitrant property of xenobiotic compound is directly linked to its complexity so that the higher the complexity the stronger recalcitrant property. Hazards posed by xenobiotic compounds The hazards posed by xenobiotics are huge. These compounds are highly toxic in nature and can affect survival of lower as well as higher eukaryotes. The microbial degradation of a number of 14C-labeled, recalcitrant, aromatic pollutants, including trichloroguaiacol and di-, tri-, and pentachlorophenol, was investigated in aquatic model systems in the laboratory. Microbial co-metabolism and the degradation of organic compounds in nature. Bacteriol Rev. Jun; 36 (2)–

      Polyurethanes (PU) are the sixth most produced plastics with around million tons in , but since they are not recyclable, they are burned or landfilled, generating damage to human health and ecosystems. To elucidate the mechanisms that landfill microbial communities perform to attack recalcitrant PU plastics, we studied the degradative activity of a mixed microbial culture, selected .   Nidhi Verma, Usha Kantiwal, undefined Nitika, Yogendra Kumar Yadav, Suman Teli, Deepika Goyal, Janmejay Pandey, Catalytic Promiscuity of Aromatic Ring-Hydroxylating Dioxygenases and Their Role in the Plasticity of Xenobiotic Compound Degradation, Microbial Metabolism of Xenobiotic Compounds, /_6, (), ().

    Recalcitrant chemicals are stubbornly resisting human controls. The microbes are not being blamed for the lack of degradation, but the chemical compounds themselves are, especially when stereochemistry and structural activity should be amenable to biodegradation. In fact, however, recalcitrance is a function of both the chemical structure and. Microbial degradation of xenobiotics and recalcitrant compounds. London, United Kingdom: Academic Press Ltd., for the Swiss Academy for Sciences .


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the book is of great interest, useful, and would be core reading for researchers and students exploring the microbial degradation capacities.” (Robert Duran, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Vol.

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This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves. microbial communities. Some xenobiotics, however, appear to resist microbial attack. In the near future, the collective knowledge in the field of microbial degradation may enable scientists to establish rules to predict the biodegradability and the biodegradation pathways of xenobiotic compounds.

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Leisinger [et al.] Published by Academic Press for the Swiss Academy of Sciences and the Swiss Society of Microbiology on behalf of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies London ; New York. Microbial Degradation of Xenobiotics. Editors: Singh, Shree Nath (Ed.) Free Preview.

Provides the state-of-the-art information on bioremediation of a wide range of xenobiotic compounds. Serves as a ready reckoner for scientists and environmentalists to solve the problems of persistent organic compounds (POPs) in the ecosystem.

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It is thus one of the rare books that provide a large image of the microbial metabolism potential for xenobiotic degradation. the book is of great interest, useful, and would be core reading for researchers and students exploring the microbial degradation capacities.” (Robert Duran, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, Vol.

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