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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Diclosulam Biodegration By Bacteria Isolated From Soybean Cultivated Soils [biodegradação Do Diclosulam Por Bactérias Isoladas De Solos Cultivados Com Soja]
Author: Rodrigues N.R.
Andrietta M.G.S.
Andrietta S.R.
Santos P.E.R.
Abstract: This work aimed to evaluate diclosulam degradation by ten bacteria strains isolated from soils collected from three important soybean cultivation regions in Brazil. The tests were conducted in a shaker using a synthetic medium. The evaluated parameters were: glucose mass and diclosulam consumed, diclosulam degradation rate, and cell mass produced. Although all the 10 bacteria strains could use diclosulam, the results showed that the bacterium strain Klebsiella sp. was the most efficient and promising for bioremediation of diclosulam-contaminated areas.
Rights: aberto
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Date Issue: 2010
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