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Authors: Hemminga, MA Rietjens, IMCM
Citation: Ma. Hemminga et Imcm. Rietjens, Special issue: NMR in environmental sciences, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 391-391

Authors: Lens, PNL Hemminga, MA
Citation: Pnl. Lens et Ma. Hemminga, Nuclear magnetic resonance in environmental engineering: Principles and applications, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 393-409

Authors: Ratcliffe, RG Roscher, A
Citation: Rg. Ratcliffe et A. Roscher, Prospects for in vivo NMR methods in xenobiotic research in plants, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 411-422

Authors: Hopkins, DW Chudek, JA Bignell, DE Frouz, J Webster, EA Lawson, T
Citation: Dw. Hopkins et al., Application of C-13 NMR to investigate the transformations and biodegradation of organic materials by wood- and soil-feeding termites, and a coprophagous litter-dwelling dipteran larva, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 423-431

Authors: Combourieu, B Poupin, P Besse, P Sancelme, M Veschambre, H Truffaut, N Delort, AM
Citation: B. Combourieu et al., Thiomorpholine and morpholine oxidation by a cytochrome P450 in Mycobacterium aurum MO1. Evidence of the intermediates by in situ H-1 NMR, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 433-442

Authors: Chudek, JA Reeves, AD
Citation: Ja. Chudek et Ad. Reeves, An application of nuclear magnetic resonance imaging to study migration rates of oil-related residues in estuarine sediments, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 443-449

Authors: Matheron, C Delort, AM Gaudet, G Forano, E
Citation: C. Matheron et al., In vivo C-13 NMR study of glucose and cellobiose metabolism by four cellulolytic strains of the genus Fibrobacter, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 451-461

Authors: Stams, AJM Dijkema, C Plugge, CM Lens, P
Citation: Ajm. Stams et al., Contribution of C-13-NMR spectroscopy to the elucidation of pathways of propionate formation and degradation in methanogenic environments, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 463-473

Authors: Bondar, VS Boersma, MG Golovlev, EL Vervoort, J Van Berkel, WJH Finkelstein, ZI Solyanikova, IP Golovleva, LA Rietjens, IMCM
Citation: Vs. Bondar et al., F-19 NMR study on the biodegradation of fluorophenols by various Rhodococcus species, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 475-486

Authors: Reinscheid, UM Zuilhof, H Muller, R Vervoort, J
Citation: Um. Reinscheid et al., Biological, thermal and photochemical transformation of 2-trifluoromethylphenol, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 487-499

Authors: Vasak, M
Citation: M. Vasak, Application of Cd-113 NMR to metallothioneins, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 501-512

Authors: Lommen, A Weseman, JM Smith, GO Noteborn, HPJM
Citation: A. Lommen et al., On the detection of environmental effects on complex matrices combining off-line liquid chromatography and H-1-NMR, BIODEGRADAT, 9(6), 1998, pp. 513-525

Authors: Solano-Serena, F Marchal, R Blanchet, D Vandecasteele, JP
Citation: F. Solano-serena et al., Intrinsic capacities of soil microflorae for gasoline degradation, BIODEGRADAT, 9(5), 1998, pp. 319-326

Authors: Omar, SA
Citation: Sa. Omar, Availability of phosphorus and sulfur of insecticide origin by fungi, BIODEGRADAT, 9(5), 1998, pp. 327-336

Authors: Savithiry, N Gage, D Fu, WJ Oriel, P
Citation: N. Savithiry et al., Degradation of pinene by Bacillus pallidus BR425, BIODEGRADAT, 9(5), 1998, pp. 337-341

Authors: Bhat, TK Singh, B Sharma, OP
Citation: Tk. Bhat et al., Microbial degradation of tannins - A current perspective, BIODEGRADAT, 9(5), 1998, pp. 343-357

Authors: Gutenkauf, A Duker, A Fock, HP
Citation: A. Gutenkauf et al., Fate of substituted benzoates in the freshwater green alga, Chlamydomonas reinhardtii 11-32b, BIODEGRADAT, 9(5), 1998, pp. 359-368

Authors: Willumsen, PA Karlson, U
Citation: Pa. Willumsen et U. Karlson, Effect of calcium on the surfactant tolerance of a fluoranthene degrading bacterium, BIODEGRADAT, 9(5), 1998, pp. 369-379

Authors: Nawaz, MS Billedeau, SM Cerniglia, CE
Citation: Ms. Nawaz et al., Influence of selected physical parameters on the biodegradation of acrylamide by immobilized cells of Rhodococcus sp., BIODEGRADAT, 9(5), 1998, pp. 381-387

Authors: Witschel, M Egli, T
Citation: M. Witschel et T. Egli, Purification and characterization of a lyase from the EDTA-degrading bacterial strain DSM 9103 that catalyzes the splitting of [S,S]-ethylenediaminedisuccinate, a structural isomer of EDTA (vol 8, pg 419, 1998), BIODEGRADAT, 9(5), 1998, pp. 389-389

Authors: Lens, PNL Pol, LWH
Citation: Pnl. Lens et Lwh. Pol, Special issue: The biological sulfur cycle: Environmental science and technology - Preface, BIODEGRADAT, 9(3-4), 1998, pp. 157-157

Authors: Santegoeds, CM Schramm, A de Beer, D
Citation: Cm. Santegoeds et al., Microsensors as a tool to determine chemical microgradients and bacterial activity in wastewater biofilms and flocs, BIODEGRADAT, 9(3-4), 1998, pp. 159-167

Authors: Elferink, SJWHO van Lis, R Heilig, HGHJ Akkermans, ADL Stams, AJM
Citation: Sjwho. Elferink et al., Detection and quantification of microorganisms in anaerobic bioreactors, BIODEGRADAT, 9(3-4), 1998, pp. 169-177

Authors: Lens, PNL Dijkema, C Stams, AJM
Citation: Pnl. Lens et al., C-13-NMR Study of propionate metabolism by sludges from bioreactors treating sulfate and sulfide rich wastewater, BIODEGRADAT, 9(3-4), 1998, pp. 179-186

Authors: Kalyuzhnyi, S Fedorovich, V Lens, P Po, LH Lettinga, G
Citation: S. Kalyuzhnyi et al., Mathematical modelling as a tool to study population dynamics between sulfate reducing and methanogenic bacteria, BIODEGRADAT, 9(3-4), 1998, pp. 187-199
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