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E. Rosenberg
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Springer (May 31, 1993)
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Microorganisms to Combat Pollution. eBook 118,99 €. price for Russian Federation (gross).

Microorganisms to Combat Pollution (Hardback). Thus, the book contains not only the theoretical background on the biodegradation of pollutants, but also practical experiences in applying this knowledge to solving significant pollution problems.

Thus, the book contains not only the theoretical background on the biodegradation of pollutants, but also practical experiences in applying this knowledge to solving significant pollution problems. Format Paperback 280 pages.

This paper presents the influence of penicillin, erythromycin, oxytetracycline and streptomycin on aquatic microorganisms isolated from three reservoirs with varied extent of environmental pollution (Sulej6w Reservoir, Zegrze Reservoir and Vistula River). The experiments were conducted in especially prepared microcosms (aerated 151 aquariums). From among the examined antibiotics streptomycin showed the longest activity in the water environment (27 days), followed by oxytetracycline (22 days). Erythromycin had 13 days activity while the penicillin only 4 days

Microorganisms to Combat Pollution. Department 01 Molecular Microbiology & Tel Aviv University, Israel. It is hoped that the wide scope of pollution problems presented and the broad approach to discussing them will make this book useful to students and scientists interested in applied microbiology and the environmental sciences.

Myxobacteria, Microorganisms to Combat Pollution, hologenome concept. Rosenberg, E, Zilber-Rosenberg, I. (2014). The Hologenome Concept: Human, Animal and Plant Microbiota. Leah Petlak-Rosenberg (1938-1988), Ilana Zilber-Rosenberg (1942). ISBN 978-3-319-04241-1. Rosenberg, . E, F, DeLong, S. Lory, E. Stackebrandt, F. Thompson, Eds. (2013). ISBN 978-3-642-30140-7. Rosenberg, E. and U. Gophna, eds. (2011). Beneficial Microorganisms in Multicellular Life Forms Springer, Heidelberg. ISBN 978-3-642-21680-0. and Y. Loya, eds.

Publication Microorganisms to Combat Pollution E. Rosenberg. Price: 29. 0 USD; 26. 3 EUR; 19. 0 GBP.

Publication Microorganisms to Combat Pollution  . Print ISSN: 978-0-7923-2226-9. The book thus contains not only the theoretical background on the biodegradation of pollutants, but also practical experience in applying this knowledge to the solution of significant pollution problems

Microorganisms to Combat Pollution. E. Rosenberg (Ed. data. The book thus contains not only the theoretical background on the biodegradation of pollutants, but also practical experience in applying this knowledge to the solution of significant pollution problems. The wide scope of the problems presented and discussed makes the book indispensable to all those who are interested in applied microbiology and the environmental sciences. htm last update: 10/8/2019.

Microorganisms to Combat Pollution Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Microorganisms to Combat Pollution from your list? Microorganisms to Combat Pollution. Published December 31, 1899 by Springer. 2. Publisher : Springer Release Date : 2013-10-04. 4. This volume contains material first presented at an international workshop on the 'Use of Microorganisms to Combat Pollution', held in Israel, May 10-18, 1992. The workshop was sponsored by the Bat-Sheva de Rothschild Foundation for the Advancement of Science and included microbiologists, biochemists and geneticists from universities, environmental agencies and the military.

This volume contains material first presented at an international workshop on the 'Use of Microorganisms to Combat Pollution', held in Israel, May 10--18, 1992. The workshop was sponsored by the Bat-Sheva de Rothschild Foundation for the Advancement of Science and included microbiologists, biochemists and geneticists from universities, environmental agencies and the military. Each of the contributors to this volume is an ack­ nowledged expert on the treatment of one or more types of pollution using microorganisms or their enzymes. This book differs from most published symposia proceedings in the breadth of coverage of each subject. Most of the chapters are divided into three parts: (a) A general presentation of the source and toxicity of the pollutant, (b) a review of the current state-of-the-science on the biodegradation of that pollutant and (c) the authors' unique research experiences on the problem. In several examples, the authors have presented data from both laboratory studies and field trials. Thus, the book contains not only the theoretical background on the biodegradation of pollutants, but also practical experiences in applying this knowledge to solving significant pollution problems.