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Characterization of the Phenol Monooxygenase Gene from Chromobacterium violaceum: Potential Use for Phenol Biodegradation
(KOREAN SOC BIOTECHNOLOGY & BIOENGINEERING, 2009)
In this work, the biodegradation mechanism of phenol and sub products (such as catechol and hydroquinone) in Chromobacterium violaceum was investigated by cloning and molecular characterization of a phenol monooxygenase ...
Comparative study of phenolic compounds in different Brazilian rice (Oryza sativa L.) genotypes
(ACADEMIC PRESS INC ELSEVIER SCIENCE, 2009)
This study was conducted to evaluate the natural variability of total, extractable and non-extractable phenolics in pigmented and non-pigmented rice genotypes (Oryza sativa L.) and to estimate whether the contents and ...
Analytical Methods in Photoelectrochemical Treatment of Phenol
(Soc Brasileira Quimica, 2011-09-01)
The aim of the study was to propose a treatment of simulated wastewater containing phenol by photocatalytic and photolytic processes and analyze the toxicity of these phenolic solutions. Two treatment systems were performed ...
Modelling the change in the oxidation coefficient during the aerobic degradation of phenol by acclimated activated sludge
(Water Research Commission, 2014-01)
In this work the aerobic degradation of phenol by acclimated activated sludge was studied. Results demonstrate that while the phenol removal rate by acclimated activated sludge follows the Monod model, the oxygen uptake ...
Analytical methodology optimization to estimate the content of non-flavonoid phenolic compounds in Argentine propolis extracts
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-02-07)
Context: Traditionally, the content of total phenolics (flavonoid phenolics (FP) and nonflavonoid phenolics (NFP)) and flavonoids (flavone/flavonol and flavonone/dihydroflavonol)in propolis has been determined by different ...
Isolation and characterization of a Rhodococcus strain with phenol-degrading ability and its potential use for tannery effluent biotreatment
(Springer Heidelberg, 2012-09)
Introduction: Wastewater derived from leather production may contain phenols, which are highly toxic, and their degradation could be possible through bioremediation technologies. Materials, methods and results: In the ...