Data underlying Biostimulation is a valuable tool to assess pesticide biodegradation capacity of groundwater microorganisms

doi: 10.4121/15036186.v1
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Aldas-Vargas, Andrea; van der Vooren, Thomas (2021): Data underlying Biostimulation is a valuable tool to assess pesticide biodegradation capacity of groundwater microorganisms. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/15036186.v1
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Dataset
Wageningen University and Research logo
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Northeast of the Netherlands
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Groundwater samples collected in November 2019 Analytical data obtained from mesocosms in 2019 and 2020
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Groundwater samples were collected at a drinking water abstraction aquifer at two locations, five different depths. Biodegradation of the MPs BAM, MCPP and 2,4-D was assessed in microcosms with groundwater samples, either without amendment, or amended with electron acceptor (nitrate or oxygen) and/or carbon substrate (dissolved organic carbon (DOC)). Oxygen + DOC was the most successful amendment resulting in complete biodegradation of 2,4-D in all microcosms after 42 days. DOC was most likely used as a growth substrate that enhanced co-metabolic 2,4-D degradation with oxygen as electron acceptor.
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  • 2021-07-27 first online, published, posted
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4TU.ResearchData
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xlsx pdf
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Environmental Technology, Wageningen University & Research

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