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Authors: KRAUTER P MARTINELLI R WILLIAMS K MARTINS S
Citation: P. Krauter et al., REMOVAL OF CR(VI) FROM GROUND-WATER BY SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 277-286

Authors: SHIN HS LIM KH
Citation: Hs. Shin et Kh. Lim, SPECTROSCOPIC AND ELEMENTAL INVESTIGATION OF MICROBIAL DECOMPOSITION OF AQUATIC FULVIC-ACID IN BIOLOGICAL PROCESS OF DRINKING-WATER TREATMENT, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 287-295

Authors: OSSWALD P BAVEYE P BLOCK JC
Citation: P. Osswald et al., BACTERIAL INFLUENCE ON PARTITIONING RATE DURING THE BIODEGRADATION OFSTYRENE IN A BIPHASIC AQUEOUS-ORGANIC SYSTEM, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 297-302

Authors: MEULENBERG R PEPI M DEBONT JAM
Citation: R. Meulenberg et al., DEGRADATION OF 3-NITROPHENOL BY PSEUDOMONAS-PUTIDA B2 OCCURS VIA 1,2,4-BENZENETRIOL, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 303-311

Authors: FEDORAK PM COY DL PEAKMAN TM
Citation: Pm. Fedorak et al., MICROBIAL-METABOLISM OF SOME 2,5-SUBSTITUTED THIOPHENES, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 313-327

Authors: KEURSTEN GTG GROENEVELT PH
Citation: Gtg. Keursten et Ph. Groenevelt, BIODEGRADATION OF RUBBER PARTICLES IN SOIL, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 329-333

Authors: RUDD LE PERRY JJ HOUK VS WILLIAMS RW CLAXTON LD
Citation: Le. Rudd et al., CHANGES IN MUTAGENICITY DURING CRUDE-OIL DEGRADATION BY FUNGI, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 335-343

Authors: EJLERTSSON J MEYERSON U SVENSSON BH
Citation: J. Ejlertsson et al., ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION OF PHTHALIC-ACID ESTERS DURING DIGESTION OF MUNICIPAL SOLID-WASTE UNDER LANDFILLING CONDITIONS, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 345-352

Authors: FOGHT JM WESTLAKE DWS
Citation: Jm. Foght et Dws. Westlake, TRANSPOSON AND SPONTANEOUS DELETION MUTANTS OF PLASMID-BORNE GENES ENCODING POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBON DEGRADATION BY A STRAIN OF PSEUDOMONAS-FLUORESCENS, Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 353-366

Authors: HOYLE BL SCOW KM FOGG GE DARBY JL
Citation: Bl. Hoyle et al., EFFECT OF CARBON - NITROGEN RATIO ON KINETICS OF PHENOL BIODEGRADATION BY ACINETOBACTER-JOHNSONII IN SATURATED SAND (VOL 6, PG 283, 1995), Biodegradation, 7(4), 1996, pp. 367-367

Authors: AIKEN BS LOGAN BE
Citation: Bs. Aiken et Be. Logan, DEGRADATION OF PENTACHLOROPHENOL BY THE WHITE-ROT FUNGUS PHANEROCHAETE-CHRYSOSPORIUM GROWN IN AMMONIUM LIGNOSULFONATE MEDIA, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 175-182

Authors: KNAPP JS JENKEY ND TOWNSLEY CC
Citation: Js. Knapp et al., THE ANAEROBIC BIODEGRADATION OF DIETHANOLAMINE BY A NITRATE-REDUCING BACTERIUM, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 183-189

Authors: DYREBORG S ARVIN E BROHOLM K
Citation: S. Dyreborg et al., EFFECTS OF CREOSOTE COMPOUNDS ON THE AEROBIC BIO-DEGRADATION OF BENZENE, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 191-201

Authors: KROPP KG SAFTIC S ANDERSSON JT FEDORAK PM
Citation: Kg. Kropp et al., TRANSFORMATIONS OF 6 ISOMERS OF DIMETHYLBENZOTHIOPHENE BY 3 PSEUDOMONAS STRAINS, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 203-221

Authors: DANGMANN E STOLZ A KUHM AE HAMMER A FEIGEL B NOISOMMITRIZZI N RIZZI M REUSS M KNACKMUSS HJ
Citation: E. Dangmann et al., DEGRADATION OF 4-AMINOBENZENESULFONATE BY A 2-SPECIES BACTERIAL COCULTURE - PHYSIOLOGICAL INTERACTIONS BETWEEN HYDROGENOPHAGA-PALLERONII S1AND AGROBACTERIUM-RADIOBACTER S2, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 223-229

Authors: AREVALONINO K SANDOVAL CF GALAN LJ IMAM SH GORDON SH GREENE RV
Citation: K. Arevalonino et al., STARCH-BASED EXTRUDED PLASTIC FILMS AND EVALUATION OF THEIR BIODEGRADABLE PROPERTIES, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 231-237

Authors: PIEHLER MF PAERL HW
Citation: Mf. Piehler et Hw. Paerl, ENHANCED BIODEGRADATION OF DIESEL FUEL THROUGH THE ADDITION OF PARTICULATE ORGANIC-CARBON AND INORGANIC NUTRIENTS IN COASTAL MARINE WATERS, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 239-247

Authors: SCHAFER A HARMS H ZEHNDER AJB
Citation: A. Schafer et al., BIODEGRADATION OF 4-NITROANISOLE BY 2 RHODOCOCCUS SPP, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 249-255

Authors: LEE DM VENTULLO RM
Citation: Dm. Lee et Rm. Ventullo, DEGRADATION OF OLESTRA, A NON CALORIC FAT REPLACER, BY MICROORGANISMSISOLATED FROM ACTIVATED-SLUDGE AND OTHER ENVIRONMENTS, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 257-265

Authors: LANGENHOFF AAM ZEHNDER AJB SCHRAA G
Citation: Aam. Langenhoff et al., BEHAVIOR OF TOLUENE, BENZENE AND NAPHTHALENE UNDER ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS IN SEDIMENT COLUMNS, Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 267-274

Authors: MULLER EB STOUTHAMER AH VANVERSEVELD HW
Citation: Eb. Muller et al., SIMULTANEOUS NH3 OXIDATION AND N-2 PRODUCTION AT REDUCED O-2 TENSIONSBY SEWAGE-SLUDGE SUBCULTURED WITH CHEMOLITHOTROPIC MEDIUM (VOL 6, PG 339, 1995), Biodegradation, 7(3), 1996, pp. 275-276

Authors: AMUND OO
Citation: Oo. Amund, UTILIZATION AND DEGRADATION OF AN ESTER-BASED SYNTHETIC LUBRICANT BY ACINETOBACTER-LWOFFI, Biodegradation, 7(2), 1996, pp. 91-95

Authors: DYREBORG S ARVIN E BROHOLM K
Citation: S. Dyreborg et al., THE INFLUENCE OF CREOSOTE COMPOUNDS ON THE AEROBIC DEGRADATION OF TOLUENE, Biodegradation, 7(2), 1996, pp. 97-107

Authors: KOZIOLLEK P KNACKMUSS HJ TAEGER K PAGGA U
Citation: P. Koziollek et al., A DYNAMIC RIVER MODEL FOR BIODEGRADABILITY STUDIES, Biodegradation, 7(2), 1996, pp. 109-120

Authors: RAMAMURTHY V SHARMA RK YADAV KR KAUR J VRAT D KOTHARI RM
Citation: V. Ramamurthy et al., VOLVARIELLA-TREATED EUCALYPTUS SAWDUST STIMULATES WHEAT AND ONION GROWTH, Biodegradation, 7(2), 1996, pp. 121-127
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