Microbes In Mud Flats Clean Up Oil Spill Chemicals

Sunday, March 29, 2009 - 20:21 in Physics & Chemistry

Micro-organisms occurring naturally in coastal mudflats have an essential role to play in cleaning up pollution by breaking down petrochemical residues. Research reveals essential differences in the speed of degradation of the chemicals depending on whether or not oxygen is present.

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