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- Rojjanateeranaj, Pongsarun, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Chemosphere 2017 v.185 pp. 764-771
- Arthrobacter; Glycine max; Micrococcus; Pseudomonas; bacteria; bioaugmentation; cadmium; carbon nitrogen ratio; leaves; phytoremediation; pot culture; root growth; roots; seedlings; soil; soil inoculation; solubility; stems; toxicity
- ... This study examined the potential of three strains of cadmium-resistant bacteria, including Micrococcus sp., Pseudomonas sp. and Arthrobacter sp., to promote root elongation of Glycine max L. seedlings, soil cadmium solubility and cadmium phytoremediation in G. max L. planted in soil highly polluted with cadmium with and without nutrient biostimulation. Micrococcus sp. promoted root length in G. m ...