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Propachlor degradation by a soil bacterial community
Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Soil from a pesticide disposal site was used to enrich for microorganisms that degraded the acylanilide herbicide propachlor (2-chloro-N-isopropylacetanilide). After seven transfers of the enrichment, the culture contained about six strains. The highest yield of microbial biomass occurred if just two of these isolates, strains DAK3 and MAB2, were inoculated into a mineral salts medium containing propachlor. When only strain DAK3 was grown on propachlor, a metabolitedoi:10.1128/aem.57.8.2135-2140.1991 fatcat:5qmvcrly7bffvgbjkwbcr33ie4