About the development of Azotobacter chroococcum Beiyrinck in old-age dumps of anthracite

The increase in the volume of coal mining leads to the formation of waste dumps that negatively affect the ecology of the environment. The safety of the waste dumps depends on the presence of coal particles, which accumulate radioactive and toxic elements, and affect the viability of the first settlers. On the example the bacterium Azotobacter chroococcum, which participates in the formation of soil properties, it is shown that in the fine fraction of the...
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