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Aims and Scope
Areas of particular interest include:
- biochemistry of biodegradative pathways
- genetics of biodegradative organisms and the development of recombinant biodegrading organisms
- enhancement of naturally-occurring biodegradative properties and activities
- applications of biodegradation and
- biotransformation technology, e.g. to sewage, heavy metals, organohalogens, high-COD wastes, straight-, branched-chain and aromatic hydrocarbons
- modelling and scale-up of laboratory processes and design of bioreactor systems
- international standardisation
- economic and legal aspects of biological treatment of waste.
Subscribers to Antonie van Leeuwenhoek will receive Biodegradation as a supplementary volume included in their subscription at a reduced price. Biodegradation can also be purchased separately.
Bruce E. Rittmann
Dept. of Civil Engineering, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL, USA
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