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Decolourisation and Biodegradation of Textile Reactive Azo Dyes by a Strain of Proteus Mirabilis.
The discharge of coloured wastewaters into water-bodies has serious implications for the environmental and public health. Furthermore, the usual colour removal methods often result in aromatic amines which are toxic, ...
Biochemical Studies of Secondary Metabolite of Penicillium Chrysogenum Grown on Selected Agro-wastes.
Selected agro-wastes found in Lagos, Nigeria (cassava peels, corncob, sawdust, and sugarcane pulp) were compared with glucose and lactose as microbial substrates for cultivating P. chrysogenum (wild strain). This study was ...