Effects of rhizosphere bacteria (Azospirillum Brasilense, Pseudomonas flurorescens and Pseudomanas on carbamazepine uptake from reclaimed water in corn
With societies growing, reliance on pharmaceutical compounds to treat human conditions; coupled with the emerging demands on alternative water sources, such as reclaimed wastewater for use in agriculture, public lands and recharging existing water sources opens routes of increased environmental exposure to pharmaceutical compounds left in the wastewater after processing. Due to unique variations in each pharmaceutical compound, the wastewater treatment process is ineffective at completely removing all these compounds. These anthropogenic pollutants are then discharged into the environment when ...
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