Hongos filamentosos eliminan hidrocarburos intemperizados de suelos tropicales mexicanos

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PÉREZ-ARMENDÁRIZ, Beatriz; MARTÍNEZ-CARRERA, Daniel; CALIXTO-MOSQUEDA, María; ALBA, Joel; RODRÍGUEZ-VÁZQUEZ, Refugio;
(2010)
  • Publisher: Centro de Ciencias de la Atmósfera, UNAM
  • Subject: bioaugmentation | filamentous fungi | trópico mexicano | Cladosporium | total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH) removal | hongos filamentosos | tropical Mexico | Aspergillus | bioaumentación | remoción de hidrocarburos totales del petroleo (HTP) | Penicillium

Weathered hydrocarbons from worldwide petrolic activities become more recalcitrant over time. The removal of petroleum hydrocarbons from a polluted soil [65,000 mg total petroleum hydrocarbons (TPH)/kg soil], which had been exposed to tropical environmental conditions f... View more
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