Bioremediation of soils contaminated with aromatic compounds:effects of rhizosphere, bioavailability, gene regulation and stress adaptation; H.J. Heipieper.- Influence of the rhizosphere on the biodegradation of organic xenobiotics - a case study with acid 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid; L.J. Shaw, R. G. Burns.- Regulation of the atrazine degradative pathway in Pseudomonas; V García-González et al.- The role of plants and bacteria in phytoremediation - kinetic aspects; S. Trapp et al.- Regularities in the oxidizing metabolism of bacteria; G.M. Dmytrenko.-Formation of microbial conmunities in oil shale chemical industry solid wastes during and bioaugmentation; J. Truu et al.- Studies on biodegradation of aromatic pollutants by Trichosroron cutaneum yeast strain; M. Gerginova et al.-The potential of keratinolytic and keratinophilic fungi for degradation of petroleum hydrocarbons in soil; W. Przystas et al.- Study of contaminatjon and migration polychlorinated biphenyls in the environment. Bioremediation of contaminated soils and assessment of their impact on the serpukhov population health; G.A. Zharikov et al.- Shedding light on the bioavailability, of organic pollutants; A. Keane et al.- Reduction of chromium (VI) by bacteria collection strains of ndifferent physiologic groups; G.M. Dmytrenko et al.-
This book represents a compilation of the major contributions of a NATO workshop on bioremediation of soils contaminated with aromatic compounds, which took place in Tartu, Estonia. It demonstrates the importance and necessity of interdisciplinary research in modern environmental biotechnology.
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