Degradation of pesticides by algae
Joseph C. O'Kelley, Temd R. Deason, United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Environmental Research Laboratory, 1976 - Technology & Engineering - 42 pages
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36 isolates adsorption algal cells algal isolates algal strains tested Anacystis nidulans blue-green alga breaking down malathion captan Carteria sp centrations centrifugation Chlorella culture Chlorella isolate Chlorella pyrenoidosa Chlorella sp control tubes detectable sorption diatom diazinon dieldrin endrin Euglena gracilis formulation of 2,4-D fresh water algae fresh weight Chlorella FRESH-WATER ALGAL SPECIES g wet green algae heptachlor inhibitory Initial malathion concentration Isolate 11 isolate 35 isolates were stimulated labeled methoxychlor labeled pesticide laboratory strains malathion breakdown means from duplicate medium containing methoxy methoxychlor sorption mg/l atrazine mg/l captan mg/l carbaryl mg/l dieldrin mg/l malathion Monoraphidium sp Nitzschia Anacystis Isolate Nitzschia isolate Nitzschia sp Nostoc muscorum organisms except Nitzschia phytoplankton quantity of label samples scale algal cultures Scenedesmus quadricaudata Scenedesmus sp slightly small scale cultures sorbed sorption strains of algae strains were inhibited toxaphene toxicity U.S. Environmental Protection uptake Ware and Roan Warrior River algae Warrior River isolates