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Action of a Fluoranthene-Utilizing Bacterial Community on Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbon Components of Creosote.
Alternative Biological Treatment Processes for Remediation of Creosote-and PCP-Contaminated Materials: Bench-Scale Treatability Studies.
Anaerobic Transformation of Phenol to Benzoate via 'para'-Carboxylation: Use of Fluorinated Analogues to Elucidate the Mechanism of Transformation.
Assessing the hazard of metals and inorganic metal substances in aquatic and terrestrial systems : proceedings for the Workshop on Hazard Identification Approach for Metals and Inorganic Metal Substances, 3-8 May 2003, Pensacola Beach, Florida, USA /
Bacterial Metabolism of Naphthalene: Construction and Use of Recombinant Bacteria to Study Ring Cleavage of 1,2-Dihydroxynaphthalene and Subsequent Reactions.
Bench-Scale Evaluation of Alternative Biological Treatment Processes for the Remediation of Pentachlorophenol- and Creosote-Contaminated Materials: Slurry-Phase Bioremediation.
Bench-Scale Evaluation of Alternative Biological Treatment Processes for the Remediation of Pentachlorophenol- and Creosote-Contaminated Materials: Solid-Phase Bioremediation.
Biodegradation of Creosote and Pentachlorophenol in Contaminated Groundwater: Chemical and Biological Assessment.
Characterization of 'Pseudomonas putida' Mutants Unable to Catabolize Benzoate: Cloning and Characterization of 'Pseudomonas' Genes Involved in Benzoate Catabolism and Isolation of a Chromosomal DNA Fragment Able to Substitute for xylS in Activation of the TOL Lower-Pathway Promoter.
Cloning, Physical Mapping and Expression of Chromosomal Genes Specifying Degradation of the Herbicide 2,4,5-T by 'Pseudomonas cepacia' AC1100.
Constructing Microbial Strains for Degradation of Halogenated Aromatic Hydrocarbons.
Creosote-Contaminated Sites: Their Potential for Bioremediation.
Ecological assessment of selenium in the aquatic environment /
Effect of Fluorinated Analogues of Phenol and Hydroxybenzoates on the Anaerobic Transformation of Phenol to Benzoate.
Evidence for a Novel Pathway in the Degradation of Fluorene by 'Pseudomonas' sp. Strain F274.
Experimental phycology : a laboratory manual /
Exposure Factors Handbook: 2009 Update.
Four Independent Approaches to Developing Sediment Quality Criteria Yield Similar Values for Model Contaminants.
Isolation and Characterization of (+)-1,1a-Dihydroxy-1-Hydrofluoren-9-One Formed by Angular Dioxygenation in the Bacterial Catabolism of Fluorene.
Isolation and Characterization of a Fluoranthene-Utilizing Strain of 'Pseudomonas paucimobilis'.
Multivariate Trend Testing of Lake Water Quality.
Mutants of 'Pseudomonas cepacia' G4 Defective in Catabolism of Aromatic Compounds and Trichloroethylene.
Novel Pathway of Toluene Catabolism in the Trichloroethylene-Degrading Bacterium G4.
Para-Hydroxybenzoate as an Intermediate in the Anaerobic Transformation of Phenol to Benzoate.
Performance Characterization of a Model Bioreactor for the Biodegradation of Trichloroethylene by 'Pseudomonas cepacia' G4.
Phenol and Trichloroethylene Degradation by 'Pseudomonas cepacia' G4: Kinetics and Interactions between Substrates.
Physiological Properties and Substrate Specificity of a Pentachlorophenol-Degrading 'Pseudomonas' Species.
Utilization of fluoranthene by 'psuedomonas paucimobilis' strain EPA505 /
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