Use of Endophytic and Rhizosphere Bacteria To Improve Phytoremediation of Arsenic-Contaminated Industrial Soils by Autochthonous Betula celtiberica

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Mesa, Victoria; Navazas, Alejandro; Gonzalez-Gil, Ricardo; Gonzalez, Aida; Weyens, Nele; Lauga, Beatrice; Gallego, Jose Luis R.; Sanchez, Jesus; Isabel Pelaez, Ana;
(2017)
  • Publisher: American Society for Microbiology
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1128/AEM.03411-16, pmc: PMC5377490
  • Subject: [ SDV.EE ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Ecology, environment | Environmental Microbiology | [ SDV.EE.ECO ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Ecology, environment/Ecosystems | contaminated soil; arsenic; root endophytes; rhizobacteria; Betula; field-scale study; phytoextraction; bioaugmentation

The aim of this study was to investigate the potential of indigenous arsenic-tolerant bacteria to enhance arsenic phytoremediation by the autochthonous pseudometallophyte Betula celtiberica. The first goal was to perform an initial analysis of the entire rhizosphere and... View more
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