Enumeration and characterization of arsenic-tolerant diazotrophic bacteria in a long-term heavy-metal-contaminated soil

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Oliveira, A.; Pampulha, M.E.; Neto, M.M.; Almeida, A.C.;
(2009)
  • Publisher: Springer
  • Subject: diazotrophic bacteria | heavy metals | arsenic | soil bacteria
    mesheuropmc: complex mixtures

The abundance of arsenic-tolerant diazotrophic bacteria was compared in a long-term contaminated soil versus a non-contaminated one. In addition, the characterization of tolerant diazotrophic bacteria was carried out. Differences in the number of heterotroph... View more
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