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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Isolation of Brazilian marine fungi capable of growing on DDD pesticide
Author: ORTEGA, Scarlet Nere
NITSCHKE, Marcia
MOUAD, Ana Maria
LANDGRAF, Maria Diva
REZENDE, Maria Olimpia Oliveira
SELEGHIM, Mirna Helena Regali
SETTE, Lara Duraes
PORTO, Andre Luiz Meleiro
Abstract: The fungi Aspergillus sydowii Ce15, Aspergillus sydowii Ce19, Aspergillus sydowii Gc12, Bionectria sp. Ce5, Penicillium miczynskii Gc5, Penicillium raistrickii Ce16 and Trichoderma sp. Gc1, isolated from marine sponges Geodia corticostylifera and Chelonaplysylla erecta, were evaluated for their ability to grow in the presence of DDD pesticide. Increasing concentrations of DDD pesticide, i.e., 5.0 mg (1.56 x 10(-12) mmol), 10.0 mg (3.12 x 10(-2) mmol) and 15.0 mg (4.68 x 10(-2) mmol) in solid and liquid culture media were tested. The fungi Trichoderma sp. Gc1 and Penicillium miczynskii Gc5 were able to grow in the presence of up to 15.0 mg of DDD, suggesting their potential for biodegradation. A 100% degradation of DDD was attained in liquid culture medium when Trichoderma sp. Gc1 was previously cultivated for 5 days and supplemented with 5.0 mg of DDD in the presence of hydrogen peroxide. However, the quantitative analysis showed that DDD was accumulated on mycelium and biodegradation level reached a maximum value of 58% after 14 days.
Subject: DDD
Marine fungi
Biodegradation
Trichoderma sp.
Penicillium miczynskii
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: SPRINGER
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s10532-010-9374-8
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10532-010-9374-8
Date Issue: 2011
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