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Main Title Environmental Fate Data Base (ENVIROFATE): Microbial Degradation/Toxicity Data (BIOLOG), March 1986.
Author Boethling, R. ; Merrick, E. ;
CORP Author Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, DC. Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances.
Year Published 1986
Report Number EPA/560/5-86/014C; EPA/DF/MT-87-009;
Stock Number PB87-139309
Additional Subjects Data file ; Chemical compounds ; Toxicity ; Degradation ; Sources ; Reaction mechanisms ; Aerobic bacteria ; Anaerobic conditions ; Cultures(Biology) ; Microbial processes ; Biodegradation ; Environmental fate ; ENVIRONFATE database ; Data bases
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NTIS  PB87-139309 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/21/1988
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Abstract
Environmental fate is a term describing the behavior of a chemical which is released to the environment. This is particularly important in determining whether a chemical will come in contact with a critical species or with man in sufficient concentrations to cause a toxic effect or, in contrast, be rapidly degraded to innocuous products. The Environmental Fate includes physical and chemical properties, transport and degradation studies, ambient monitoring data, and field studies. The Environmental Fate Data Base (ENVIROFATE) is composed of four interrelated files: CASLST, BIOLOG, DATALOG and XREF. BIOLOG is a bibliographic file containing open literature information on microbial biodegradation and toxicity of chemicals. The references are indexed according to six data categories, which enables the user to select references which contain the indicated types of data within the data category. The data categories are: degradation/toxicity; oxygen condition (anaerobic/aerobic); culture (pure enzyme, pure culture, mixed culture, cell-free extract); source (soil, sediment, sewage, water-fresh, water-marine, other); mechanism reported and data source. As of February, 1986, there were over 25,000 records in the file.