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bioaugmentation

Effect of bioaugmentation and biostimulation on sulfate-reducing column startup captured by functional gene profiling

Survival and catabolic performance of introduced Pseudomonas strains during phytoremediation and bioaugmentation field experiment

Effects of nitrobenzene contamination and of bioaugmentation on nitrification and ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in soil

Biostimulation and bioaugmentation to enhance dechlorination of polychlorinated dibenzo-p-dioxins in contaminated sediments

Microbial consortia in mesocosm bioremediation trial using oil sorbents, slow-release fertilizer and bioaugmentation

Application of temperature gradient gel electrophoresis to the characterization of a nitrifying bioaugmentation product

Catabolic mobile genetic elements and their potential use in bioaugmentation of polluted soils and waters

Biodegradation efficiency of functionally important populations selected for bioaugmentation in phenol- and oil-polluted area

Improvement of pesticide mineralization in on-farm biopurification systems by bioaugmentation with pesticide-primed soil

Bioaugmentation with Pseudomonas sp. strain MHP41 promotes simazine attenuation and bacterial community changes in agricultural soils

Bioaugmentation with Pseudomonas sp. strain MHP41 promotes simazine attenuation and bacterial community changes in agricultural soils

Effect of bioaugmentation and supplementary carbon sources on degradation of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by a soil-derived culture

Erratum to “Catabolic mobile genetic elements and their potential use in bioaugmentation of polluted soils and waters” [FEMS Microbiol. Ecol. 42 (2002) 199–208]

Bioaugmentation potential of a vinyl chloride-assimilating Mycobacterium sp., isolated from a chloroethene-contaminated aquifer

Methane oxidation as a method to evaluate the removal of 2,4-dichlorophenoxyactic acid (2,4-D) from soil by plasmid-mediated bioaugmentation

 

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The deliberate addition of microbes to soil or groundwater in order to enhance biodegradation or the bioremediation of organic contaminants.

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