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Biogeochemical Interactions In The Application Of Biotechnological Strategies To Marine Sediments Contaminated With Metals

from contaminated sediment by Thiobacillus spp . J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol. Biotechnol., 75, 2000, 649-656. CHEN, S.Y., LIN, J.G.: Bioleaching of heavy metals from sediment: signiphicance of pH. Chemosphere, 44, 2001, 1093-1102. CHEN, S.Y., LIN, J.G.: Bioleaching of heavy metals from contaminated sediment by indigenous sulfur-oxidizing bacteria in an air-lift bioreactor: effects of sulfur concentration. Water Res., 38, 2004, 3205-14. DANOVARO, R., MANINI, E., DELL’ANNO, A.: Higher abundance of bacteria than of viruses in deep mediterranean

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