Bioremediation of heavy metals thesis

Complete genomes were also determined for bacteria capable of anaerobic degradation of halogenated hydrocarbons by halorespiration. The ~ Mb genomes of Dehalococcoides ethenogenes strain 195, Dehalococcoides strain CBDB1 and ~ Mb genome of Desulfitobacterium hafniense strain Y51 have been sequenced. Characteristic of all these bacteria is the presence of multiple paralogous genes for reductive dehalogenases, implicating a wider dehalogenating spectrum of the organisms than previously known. Moreover, genome sequences provide unprecedented insights into the evolution of reductive dehalogenation and differing strategies for niche adaptation ( Heider and Rabus, 2008 ).

Bioremediation of heavy metals thesis

bioremediation of heavy metals thesis

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