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Microbiological Treatment Of Industrial Wastes Containing Toxic Chromium Involving Successive Use Of Bacteria, Yeast And Algae
R. Haq, A. Shakoori
Published 1998 · Biology
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Bacteria, yeasts, protozoa and algae, observed in industrial effluents from tanneries, were checked for their possible use in the detoxification of polluted water. Two bacterial strains were found to be highly resistant to CrVI. Several bacteria, yeasts and algae were observed to be capable of reducing CrVI to CrIII.
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