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content material: 1. detoxing and metabolism of chemical compounds by means of white-rot fungi --
2. Microbial and photolytic degradation of 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol --
three. organic detoxing of organophosphate insecticides --
four. Evolution of latest enzymes and pathways : soil microbes adapt to s-triazine herbicides --
five. detoxing of a few halogenated insecticides via thiosulfate salts --
6. Anodic fenton degradation of insecticides --
7. Chemical detoxifying neutralization of ortho-phthalaldehyde : looking the "greenest" --
eight. Electrochemical destruction of triclosan --
nine. detoxing of pesticide in water utilizing sunlight photocatalysis --
10. Microbial degradation of atrazine in soils, sediments, and floor water --
eleven. Bioremediation of atrazine-contaminated soil --
12. cleansing of pesticide residues in soil utilizing phytoremediation --
thirteen. Remediation of halogenated fumigant compounds within the root region by means of subsurface software of ammonium thiosulfate --
14. cleansing and destruction of PCBs, CAHs, CFCs, and halogenated biocides in soils, sludges, and different matrices utilizing Na/NH₃ --
15. comparability of atrazine and alachlor sorption, mineralization, and degradation power in floor and aquifer sediments --
sixteen. Pesticide runoff and mitigation at a advertisement nursery website --
17. affects of surfactant adjuvants on pesticide availability and delivery in soils.

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