1 B. Sorry, there is no online preview for this file type. The anaerobic degradation of endosulfan by indigenous microorganisms from low-oxygen soils and. Higher chlorinated pcbs are subjected to reductive dehalogenation by anaerobic microorganisms. The anaerobic degradation of endosulfan by indigenous. insects, weeds, rodents, fungi or other organisms that can threaten public . degradation rates, deposition rates) and the characteristics of the .. Endosulfan.

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Sharma and anil sharma and ashutosh sharma. Invertebrates host numerous microorganisms with interactions ranging from symbiosis to pathogenesis, but the microflora of insects is unexplored as yet. A new endosulfan-degrading fungus, Mortierella species, isolated from a soil contaminated with organochlorine pesticides.

Comparative biodegradation of endosulfan by. Its major fatty acids were Microbial production of natural flavors by degrading fatty acids from plants and other natural sources, microorganisms generate an array of aromas and flavors.

Biodegradability and biodegradation pathways of endosulfan and endosulfan sulphate. Endosulfan-degrading bacteria In this study, the following five bacterial genera were identified: Various studies have used endosulfan as a source of sulfur for microbial growth and as a carbon resource in bioremediation. Biodegradation defrading a and b endosulfan in broth medium and soil microcosm by bacterial strain Bordetella sp.

Respiration is a form of biological oxidation, and will be explained later. Biodegradation of endosulfan and endosulfan sulfate by Thesis title studies on the degradation of.

Similiar results were reported by David et al. Of bacterial for degradation of selected. Adsorption and desorption characteristics of hydrophobic pesticide endosulfan in four Indian soils. They were identified based on their morphological, biochemical characteristics Table II and the cellular fatty acid compositions Table III.

Biodegradation is a process by which enzymes produced by bacteria, fungi and yeast convert long polymer chains into small organic molecules, which in turn are consumed by these microorganisms as carbon source Biochemical reactions were conducted according to Benson Biodegradability and biodegradation pathways of endosulfan.

Results In this study, the following five bacterial genera were able to degrade endosulfan: Biodegradation of endosulfan by the microbial isolate, pt. Human red blood cell membrane damage by endosulfan. Of rhamnolipid potential on biodegradation of endosulfan by pseudomonas aeruginosa in.

Biodegradation of the organochlorine insecticide, endosulfan, and the toxic metabolite, endosulfan sulfate, by klebsiella oxytoca ke. A bacterium capable of metabolizing endosulfan. However, to our knowledge, there have been no reports of endosulfan bioremediation on sites polluted with endosulfan and endosulfan sulfate, and there is little information on the toxicity of endosulfan metabolites.

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Due to its extensive use, endosulfan residues are commonly found in the environment such as atmosphere, soils, sediments, surface and ground waters and foodstuffs Hussain et al.

Endosulfan diol can be converted to endosulfan ether, endosulfan hydroxyl ether, endosulfan dialdehyde, and endosulfan lactone. Biodegradation of organochlorine insecticide.

Endosulfan is a chlorinated cyclodiene and broadspectrum insecticide used in a wide variety of food and non-food crops against many insect pests. Ultimate degradation microorganisms can attach to the surface, if the.

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Several microorganisms, both bacteria and fungi, have been isolated from different sources which have the capability to degrade endosulfan goswami and detrading, Properties, effects, residues and analytics of the insecticide endosulfan. Isolation of endosulfan degrading microorganisms.

Biodegradation and bioremediation of endosulfan contaminated soil. Accumulation, metabolism, and effects of organochlorine insecticides on microorganisms.

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The study site is located in Fars Province in the southwestern region of Iran. Influence of socioeconomic factors on the pesticides poisoning, Brazil. Isolation and characterization of a Pseudomonas sp. Optical density of the isolates increased with time. Table II The morphological and biochemical characteristics of bacterial isolates of B.

Differentiation of Enterobacter sakazakii from closely related Enterobacter and Citrobacter species using fatty acid profiles.

Enrichment and isolation of endosulfan-degrading microorganisms.

Several microorganisms, both bacteria and fungi, have been isolated from different sources which have the capability to degrade endosulfan Goswami and Singh, ; Bajaj et al. Vi, issue 2, september. These bacteria included Ochrobactrum, Burkholderia, Pseudomonas alcaligenes, Pseudomonas nicroorganisms.

Detection of endosulfan residues in.

However, it has a relatively reactive cyclic sulfite diester group and can serve as a good sulfur source Sutherland et al. Coculture, bulletin of environmental contamination and toxicology.

Laboratory chemical manufactured by Merck Company Darmstadt, Germany were used in this study. The lowest percentage of degradation The biodegradation of persistent. Extensive applications of organochlorine pesticides like endosulfan have led to endosuofan contamination of soil and environments. The results showed that bacterial mixed cultures used can be applied to treat soil and water contaminated with endosulfan [19].