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Soil Bioremediation

An Approach Towards Sustainable Technology

Parray, Javid A. / Mahmoud, Abeer Hashem Abd Elkhalek / Sayyed, Riyaz (Herausgeber)


1. Auflage April 2021
368 Seiten, Hardcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-54795-2
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A practical guide to the environmentally sustainable bioremediation of soil

Soil Bioremediation: An Approach Towards Sustainable Technology provides the first comprehensive discussion of sustainable and effective techniques for soil bioremediation involving microbes. Presenting established and updated research on emerging trends in bioremediation, this book provides contributions from both experimental and numerical researchers who provide reports on significant field trials.

Soil Bioremediation instructs the reader on several different environmentally friendly bioremediation techniques, including:
* Bio-sorption
* Bio-augmentation
* Bio-stimulation

Emphasizing molecular approaches and biosynthetic pathways of microbes, this one-of-a-kind reference focuses heavily on the role of microbes in the degradation and removal of xenobiotic substances from the environment and presents a unique management and conservation perspective in the field of environmental microbiology.

Soil Bioremediation is perfect for undergraduate students in the fields of environmental science, microbiology, limnology, freshwater ecology and microbial biotechnology. It is also invaluable for researchers and scientists working in the areas of environmental science, environmental microbiology, and waste management.

Chapter 1 In situ bioremediation: An Eco-sustainable Approach for Decontamination of Polluted Sites
Shamsul Haq, Asma Absar Bhatti, Suhail Ahmad Bhat, Shafat Ahmad Mir and Ansar ul Haq

Chapter 02 Bioremediation: a green solution to avoid pollution of the environment
Muhammad Mahroz Hussain, Zia-Ur-Rahman Farooqi, Junaid Latif, Muhammad Umair Mubarak and Fazila Younas

Chapter 03 Laccase: The Blue copper Oxidase
Deepa Thomas

Chapter 04 Genome assessment: Functional gene identification involved in heavy metal tolerance and detoxification
Uttara Mahapatra, Ayantika Pal, Ajay Kumar Manna, Dijendra Nath Roy

Chapter 05 Bioremediation of heavy metal ions contaminated soil
Agnieszka Saeid, Liliana Cepoi, Magdalena Jastrz'bska, and Philiswa N. Nomngongo

Chapter 06 Bioremediation of Dye Contaminated Soil
Manikant Tripathi, Shailendra Kumar, Durgesh Naraian Singh, Rajeev Pandey, Neelam Pathak, Hera Fatima

Chapter 07 Composting and bioremediation potential of thermophiles
Mohammad Yaseen Mir, Saima Hamid1, Gulab Khan Rohela, Javid A Parray, Azra N Kamili

Chapter 08 Ecological perspectives of halophilic fungi and their role in bioremediation
Shekhar Jain, Devendra Kumar Choudhary, Ajit Varma

Chapter 09 Rhizobacteria mediated bioremediation: Insights and future perspectives
Vijay Kant Dixit, Sankalp Misra, Shashank Kumar Mishra, Namita Joshi, Puneet Singh Chauhan

Chapter: 10 Bioremediation potential of rhizobacteria associated with plants under abiotic metal stress
Shrvan Kumar, Saroj Balbase, Asha Sinha, Mukesh Kumar Singh, Brajesh Kumar Mishra and Ravindra Kumar

Chapter: 11 Molecular and Enzymatic Mechanism Pathways of Degradation of Pesticides Pollutants
Rangasamy Kirubakaran, Athiappan Murugan, Neginah Vijayasingh, Javid A Parray

Chapter 12 Bioremediation of heavy metals and other toxic substances by microorganisms
Dhaneshwar Padhan, Pragyan Paramita Rout, Ritesh Kundu, Samrat Adhikary , Purbasha Priyadarshini Padhi

Chapter 13 Trends in Heavy Metal Remediation: An Environmental Perspective
Baba Uqab, Sabeehah Rehman, Ruqeya Nazir, B A Ganai, Saleem Farooq, Gulam Jeelani Dar, Rubiya Dar, Javid Ahmad Parray