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Biodegradation of Phenol by Newly Isolated Phenol-degrading Bacterium Ralstonia sp. Strain PH-S1
Journal of Petroleum Science and Technology
A newly phenol-degrading bacterium, identified as Ralstonia sp. strain PH-S1, was isolated from oil-contaminated soil in Khark Island. It was isolated by a multistep enrichment and screening technique on mineral medium (MM) containing 100 mg.l-1 of phenol as the sole source of carbon. The bacterium was able to degrade up to 1100 mg.l-1 of phenol but the cell growth decreased with higher concentrations of phenol. The PH-S1 strain grew well in the pH range of 4 to 9 and in the temperature rangedoi:10.22078/jpst.2012.123 doaj:11f70149724e4358b3aa80d4cf97aeae fatcat:544azlfpsva77gwnd2yma6ds6y