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Title

Biodegradation of pollutants in urban environments

AuthorsLaiz Trobajo, L. ; Hermosín, Bernardo ; Sáiz-Jiménez, Cesáreo
Issue Date2002
PublisherBalkema, A. A.
CitationProtection and Conservation of the Cultural Heritage of the Mediterranean Cities: 179-182 (2002)
Abstract[EN]: Microbial degradation of pbenanthrene is a common process in weathered stones from urban polluted environments. On the surfaces of building stones from the cathedral of Sevilla, Spain, there is an active community of bacteria able to grow using this polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon. The rapid bacterial growth in cultures with phenanthrene as unique carbon source suggests that microbial transformation reactions might occur in situ. The particular conditions prevailing in the stone niches promote the selection of microorganisms able to transform anthropogenic compounds that have been so far considered as recalcitrant.
[ES]: Sobre la superficie de la piedra de la catedral de Sevilla, España, existe una micro flora capaz de degradar hidrocarburos policíclicos aromáticos como demuestra el rápido crecimiento de bacterias que utilizan fenantreno como única fuente de carbono en medios de cultivos. Es posible que este tipo de degradación ocurra in situ.
Description4 pages, 3 figures, 2 tables, 10 references. Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium, celebrado del 5-8, abril, 2000, en Sevilla, España
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/73349
ISBN978-9058-09-253-3
90-5809-253-4
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