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Application of Single- and Multiphasic Michaelis-Menten Kinetics to Predictive Modeling for Aquatic Ecosystems.
Assessing the interactions of organic compounds during biodegradation of complex waste mixtures by naturally occurring bacterial assemblages /
Biogeochemical Cycling of Organic Matter in Acidic Environments: Are Microbial Degradative Processes Adapted to Low pH.
Ecology of Albemarle Sound, North Carolina : an estuarine profile /
Effects of Microbial Community Interactions on Transformation Rates of Xenobiotic Chemicals.
Environmental Factors Affecting Toluene Degradation in Ground Water at a Hazardous Waste Site.
Field Comparison of Methods for the Measurement of Gaseous and Particulate Contributors to Acidic Dry Deposition.
Kinetics of Mixed Microbial Assemblages Enhance Removal of Highly Dilute Organic Substrates (Journal Version).
Microbial degradation kinetics of toxic organic chemicals over a wide range of concentrations in natural aquatic systems /
Microbial degradation of natural and pollutionally-derived lignocellulosic detritus in wetland ecosystems
Microbial Degradative Activity in Ground Water at a Chemical Waste Disposal Site.
Multiphasic Kinetics for Transformation of Methyl Parathion by 'Flavobacterium' Species.
Nutrient Limitation and Adaption of Microbial Populations to Chemical Transformations.
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