THE BIODEGRADATION OF ORGANIC POLLUTANTS
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2020, Volume 7, Issue 10, Pages 3552-3562
AbstractA rise in environmental pollution in today's environment is a significant concern. Organic compounds may be controlled through physical and chemical methods but these procedures are harmful and not eco-friendly, as their finished output will stay hazardous until the very end. Biological methods would also be an acceptable solution to bioremediation activities, not just cost-effective but also eco-friendly. In comparison, the end result is less harmful than most methods. Microorganisms and plants (bioremediation) are used to fix contaminated conditions and have become an enticing and growing area in environmental biotechnology. In addition to the usage of all cell microorganisms, the use of their enzymes extracellular and/or cell-free is suggested as a creative emission control strategy. Extracellular enzymes have many benefits over the usage of entire microbial cells for the elimination of toxins. In the present paper several issues relevant to both cell-present and cell free extra-cell enzyme features and future capacities in the bioremediation of different organic contaminants has been highlighted.
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