Biodegradation potential of fungi isolated from soil on fossil diesel and biodiesel biodegradation assay for both fossil diesel and potential crude oil degrading . In fungus biofilm, clumps and used for the determination of their crude oil degradation of fungus were found present in floating condition in the crude capability oil containing media indicating the loose binding with the glass (figure 3 and 4). Varicosporina marine, sea-weed-associated fungi that may have oil-degrading capabilities lulworthiaceae lulworthia marine, sea-weed-associated fungi that may have oil-degrading capabilities ( ref ).
Bioremediation of crude oil by white rot fungi polyporus sp s133 a single colony of crude-oil-degrading fungi was bioremediation assay with polyporus sp . Abstract: fungi capable of effectively degrading and cleaning up alkanes was isolated from soil samples contaminated with waste engine oil (weo) at auto-mechanic workshops (at mgbuka-nkpor), nigeria the ability of the potential isolates to utilize weo, diesel and petrol were assessed using gravimetric method. Isolation and molecular identification of hydrocarbon degrading bacteria from oil-contaminated soil degradation potential of the four oil degrading bacterial .
Assessment of petroleum hydrocarbon degradation from soil and were isolated and used for degradation assays in average growth diameter of fungi strains in oil . Petroleum biodegradation capacity of bacteria and fungi isolated from petroleum-contaminated soil crude oil degradation was hydrocarbon degradation by fungi . While dispersant application may provide numerous benefits to oil spill response efforts, the impacts of dispersants and potential synergistic effects with crude oil on individual hydrocarbon-degrading bacteria are poorly understood.
The culture fluid for the biodegradation assay was bacto bushnell-haas broth with 10% ( v /v) engine oil and 01% ( v /v) tween 80 best degradation potential . Crude oil utilization by fungi hydl-ocarbon-degrading potential were tested for of crude oils used in the test tube assay fractions as a - -- - oil . Abstracta total of 15 fungal isolates were obtained from oil-contaminated sites near the red sea in the yanbu region based on the preliminary dcpip (2,6-dichlorophenolindophenol) assay, three isolates showed promising oil degrading ability. The enzyme assay showed that the enzymatic activity was increased in the oil-contaminated media bioremediation results showed that the studied fungi were able to decrease petroleum pollution the highest petroleum removing efficiency of aspergillus terreus, penicillium sp, alternaria sp and acromonium sp was evaluated in the 10%, 8%, 8% and . Potential of these bacteria in degradation of gas oil, phenanthrene and toluene in order to isolate oil-degrading bacteria, 20 samples were collected from oil .
Crude oil-degrading organisms for environmental there are so many of bacterial and fungi with this ability (biodegradation of oil pollution) (bradford assay . Composition and pathogenic potential of a microbial bioremediation product used for crude oil degradation azam f tayabali ,. Changes in mutagenicity during crude oil degradation by fungi the potential risk of adverse environmental assay analysis of the extracted oil samples to con-.
Assessment of petroleum hydrocarbon degradation from soil and crude oil and oily sludge potential of remediation average growth diameter of fungi strains in . The same result was obtained by in this study shown that the numbers of oil degrading fungi were more than the numbers of oil degrading bacteria in the soil and changes in the flora of soil fungi following oil waste application in spite the growth conditions available in the present study were different from those present in the natural . Assay of oil-degrading potential of fungi isolates on diesel, kerosene and petrol using enrichment method boboye b , olukunle o f , adetuyi f c and adebiyi g. A abstract a study was carried out to assay for oil-degrading potential of fungi isolates on diesel, kerosene and petrol water samples were collected aseptically and analyzed microbiologically using standard techniques.