Isolation of Diaphorobacter sp. LW2 capable of degrading Phenanthrene and its migration mediated by Pythium ultimumJialu Li, Mei Hong, Rui Tang, Tingchen Cui, Yadong Yang, Jing Lv, Na Liu & Yutao Lei
Phenanthrene, one of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, is stubborn and persistent which exists widely in petroleum contaminated soil. Filamentous fungi are good assistants to bacterial transport, by hyphae passing through soil pores and reaching further positions. An isolated bacterial strain, from the contaminated soil of coking plant, was identified as Diaphorobacter and named LW2, which could use phenanthrene as the only carbon source and energy for its growth. LW2 could degrade phenanthrene in a wide range...
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