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Biodegradation of Phenol by Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens: Optimization of Growth Conditions
Polish Journal of Environmental Studies
Phenol is one of the most important environmental pollutants that are found in sewage and industrial water from which agricultural lands are irrigated. In this study Curtobacterium flaccumfaciens bacterium was isolated in pure culture from phenol-uncontaminated farmland soil. Its ability to biodegrade phenol was examined. C. flaccumfaciens demonstrated its ability to use phenol as a source of carbon and energy in batch cultures. The isolated strain was able to completely biodegrade 700 mg/Ldoi:10.15244/pjoes/136037 fatcat:6qj64u47kzdtfg3fo7msm6anfi