Phytoremediation: Transformation and Control of Contaminants
Phytormediation is an exciting new method for controlling and cleaning up hazardous wastes using green plants. This book is the first to compile the state of the science and engineering arts in this rapidly advancing field. Phytormediation:- Approaches the subject from the perspectives of biochemistry, genetics, toxicology, and pathway analysis. - Is written by two of the premier experts in the field.
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FUNDAMENTALS OF PHYTOTRANSFORMATION AND CONTROL OF CONTAMINANTS
SCIENCE AND PRACTICE FOR AROMATIC PHENOLIC AND HYDROCARBON CONTAMINANTS
TRANSFORMATION AND CONTROL OF EXPLOSIVES
FATE AND CONTROL OF CHLORINATED SOLVENTS AND OTHER HALOGENATED COMPOUNDS
MODELING DESIGN AND FIELD PILOT TESTING
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