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  1. Feb 15,  · The objective of this work was to test the PCB-degrading abilities of two white-rot fungi, namely Pleurotus ostreatus and Irpex lacteus, in real contaminated soils with different chemical properties and autochthonous microflora. In addition to the efficiency in PCB removal, attention was given to other important parameters, such as changes in the toxicity and formation of PCB transformation.
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  3. Jul 02,  · PCB patterns were characterized in terms of individual homolog, but not by lower or higher chlorinated biphenyl. The PCB homolog pattern in soils at different locations is depicted in Figure 2. Tri- to tetra-chlorinated congeners were the major contributors and accounted for 88% to total PCBs and the contribution of remaining homolog is about 12%.Cited by: 8.
  4. The infection was also transmitted in fresh and sea water by cohabi- tation with infected Chinook. Atlantic salmon were re- fractory to the infection. Based on the ease of trans- mission of the parasite in both fresh and sea water, and the high mortality associated with the infection, the disease poses a potentially serious threat to aqua.
  5. PCB-contaminated soil and sediments are regulated for cleanup and disposal under TSCA based on the date they were contaminated, the concentration of the source of PCBs, and the current PCB concentration. Any soil or sediments containing PCBs > 50 mg/kg are regulated for cleanup and disposal as TSCA PCB remediation waste.
  6. Persistence can vary greatly from soil to soil. An experimental half-life ranging from to 18 weeks has been determined. The long persistence was observed in one field where dibromoethane was detected 19 years after the last known application. This long persistence was a result of its entrapment in intraparticle micropores of the soil.
  7. PCBs tend to build up in living organisms both by uptake from the environment over time (bioaccumulation) and along the food chain (biomagnification).PCBs remain stored in fatty tissues much more than in muscles or other body parts.. The degree of PCB bioaccumulation over time depends on how quickly they are taken up and eliminated by the organism, and on the ability of the organism to .
  8. Aug 01,  · Organic matter seems to be the most important soil constituent to PCB adsorption, but specific surface area is also related, and this suggests that other soil components also bind PCBs. H.J. STREK, J. B. WEBER PCBs appear to adsorb more to the humin fraction than to the humic and fulvic acid fractions of the soil organic matter.

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