Rhizomicrobiome Dynamics in Bioremediation


Fungal Influence on Hydrophobic Organic Pollutants Dynamics within the Soil MatricesINTRODUCTIONHydrophobic Pollutants in SoilsBioavailability of PollutantsFungi and EnvironmentFUNGAL INFLUENCE ON SOIL HYDROPHOBICITY AND POLLUTANT RETENTIONExtracellular Fungal Proteins Modulating Soil HvdrophobicityFungal Surfactants and Emulsifiers Enhance Pollutant Partition into Aqueous PhasesAlteration of the Soil Matrix and Effect on the Retention of Hydrophobic PollutantsMOBILIZATION OF HYDROPHOBIC POLLUTANTS BY FUNGISurface Properties of the Mycelium and Biosorption of Organic PollutantsUptake and Intrahvphal Transport of Hydrophobic MoleculesEnhancement of the Bioaccessibility for other OrganismsCHEMICAL ALTERATION AND FATE OF THE DEGRADATION PRODUCTSBiotransformation of Pollutants by FungiBiotransformation by Microbial ConsortiaEXPERIMENTAL STRATEGIES TO INVESTIGATE POLLUTANT MOBILIZATIONCharacterizing Contaminant Bioavailability in SoilsFungal-mediated Desorption and Solubilization AssaysSurface Properties of Fungi and BiosorptionCONCLUSIONReferencesBioindication and Bioremediation of Mining Degraded SoilINTRODUCTIONTOXICITY, BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY AND BIODIVERSITYThe Methodological ApproachSampling ProcedureData Collection and AnalysisPotential Toxic Elements in Soils and PlantsBiochemical Parameters of Mining Degraded SoilEnvironmental Options for Reducing Soil ToxicityCONCLUSIONAcknowledgmentsReferencesNanobioremediation of Contaminated Agro-Ecosystems: Applications, Challenges and ProspectsINTRODUCTIONTHE COMBINED UTILIZATION OF NANOPARTICLES AND MICROORGANISMS FOR REMEDIATIONTHE COMBINED UTILIZATION OF NANOPARTICLES AND PLANTS FOR REMEDIATIONNANOBIOREMEDIATION USING BIOSYNTHESIZED NANOPARTICLESNanobioremediation Using Microbially Synthesized NanoparticlesNanobioremediation Using Phytosynthesized NanoparticlesRECENT ADVANCES AND HURDLES IN NANOBIOREMEDIATIONFUTURE PROSPECTS AND CONCLUSIONReferencesChallenges of Multi-Omics in Improving Microbial-Assisted PhytoremediationINTRODUCTIONBACKGROUNDMICROBIAL OMICSThe Bugs of Classical Methodology for the Study of Plant-microbes InteractionsThe Advent of Omics ApproachesSingle Organism OmicsMultiple Organism OmicsPLANT OMICSTHE PLANT-MICROBE METAORGANISMA DESIGN-BUILD-TEST-LEARN (DBTL) CYCLECONCLUSIONReferencesMicrobiomes and Metallic Nanoparticles in Remediation of Contaminated EnvironmentsINTRODUCTIONCONTAMINATED ENVIRONMENTS AND MICROBIOMESNANOPARTICLES AND BIOREMEDIATIONMICROBIAL SYNTHESIS OF METALLIC-NANOPARTICLESCONCLUSIONReferencesRoles of Nanoparticles in Bioremediation Rate EnhancementINTRODUCTIONADVANTAGES OF NANOMATERIALS APPLICATION IN BIOREMEDIATIONDIRECT ROLES OF NANOPARTICLES IN BIOREMEDIATION PROCESSEnhancement of Hydrocarbon Solubility and MobilitySoil Conditions ImprovementMetabolism and Growth CatalystsMicrobial Cells and Enzymes ImmobilizerMicro-organisms’ ImmobilizationImmobilization of EnzymesNANOMATERIALS’ INDIRECT ROLES IN BIOREMEDIATIONAdsorption of PAHsChemical Hydrocarbons’ Oxidation and ReductionBIOSYNTHESIS OF NANOPARTICLESBacterial Synthesis of NanoparticlesMechanisms of Nanoparticles’ BiosynthesisMETHODS FOR APPLYING THE NANOPARTICLES IN BIOREMEDIATIONBIOREMEDIATION ASSISTED NANOPARTICLES’ PROSPECTIVE AND PROBLEMSCONCLUSIONAcknowledgmentsReferencesBiosynthesized Metal Nanoparticles in BioremediationINTRODUCTIONMETAL NANOPARTICLES IN REMEDIATIONNanoscale Zero-Valent Iron (nZVI)SoilWaterMetal NanoparticlesMETAL OXIDE NANOPARTICLE IN REMEDIATIONIron Oxides NanoparticlesSilica (SiOz) NanoparticlesTitanium Oxide (ТЮ2) NanoparticlesGraphene OxideMETAL NANOCOMPOSITES AND OTHER NOVEL METAL NANOPARTICLES IN REMEDIATIONIron-based NanocompositesNickel-Cobalt Alloy NanoparticlesTitanium Oxide-based NanocompositesCarboxymethyl Cellulose and Polyacrylamide NanocompositesFe-Mn Oxide-based NanocompositesGraphene Oxide-based NanocompositesBIOSYNTHESIZED METAL NANOPARTICLES IN BIOREMEDIATION APPLICATIONMetal-based Nanoparticles via BacteriaMetal Nanoparticles via BacteriaMetal Oxide Nauoparticles from BacteriaMetal Nauocomposites Using BacteriaAlgae and Fungal Synthesis of Metal-based Nanoparticles for BioremediationAlgal Synthesis of Metal and Metal Oxide NanoparticlesFungal Synthesis of Metal and Metal Oxide NanopartielesMetal Nanoeomposites Synthesized via Algae and FungiPlant Extracts Mediated Synthesis of Metal-based Nanoparticles for BioremediationLeaf ExtractsROLE OF METAL NANOPARTICLES IN MICROBES TO ENHANCE BIOREMEDIATIONFUTURE PERSPECTIVECONCLUSIONReferencesNanoparticles, Biosurfactants and Microbes in BioremediationINTRODUCTIONNANOPARTICLES IN NATURESOURCES OF NANOPARTICLESIncidental NanomaterialsEngineered NanomaterialsNaturally Produced NanomaterialsBIOSYNTHESIS OF NANOPARTICLESMicroorganismsPlantsAlgaeBIOSURFACTANT-ASSISTED NANO-BIOREMEDIATIONROLE OF NANOPARTICLES IN BIOREMEDIATION OF CONTAMINATED SITESPRINCIPLES OF ACTION OF NANOCATALYSTSCatalysisNanocatalysis and NanocatalystsROLE OF NANOSORBENTS IN NANOBIOREMEDIATIONCategories of Effective NanosorbentsCarbon-based NanosorbentsInorganic-based NanosorbentsIron-based NanomaterialsPolymer-based NanosorbentsNANOCATALYSTS AND REDOX ACTIVE NANOPARTICLESZero-valent Iron (ZVIs)Titanium Dioxide (ТЮ2)USE OF NANOMATERIALS AS IMMOBILIZING AGENTS IN BIOREMEDIATIONNanoscale Zero-valent IronIron Sulphide NanoparticlesCarbon NanotubesIron Phosphate NanoparticlesENGINEERING POLYiMERIC NANOPARTICLES FOR ENHANCED BIOREMEDIATIONEngineered Nanoparticles in the Remediation of Organic ContaminantsEngineered Nanoparticles in Soil RemediationTOXICITY OF NANOMATERIALSCharacteristics of Nanomaterials that Influence their ToxicityToxic EffectsBiological ToxicityEnvironmental ToxicityINTERACTION OF NANOPARTICLES WITH SOIL AND MICROBESFATE OF NANOPARTICLES IN THE ENVIRONMENTCHALLENGES OF NANO-BIOREMEDIATION AND CONCLUSIONReferencesRecent Updates on the Role of Biosurfactants for Remediation of Various PollutantsINTRODUCTIONBIOSURFACTANTSREMEDIATION OF HEAVY METALSREMEDIATION OF POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS (PAH)REMEDIATION OF PESTICIDESREMEDIATION OF SYNTHETIC DYESCONCLUSIONReferencesMycorrhizoremediation: A Novel Tool for BioremediationINTRODUCTIONPHYTOREMEDIATIONPhytoextractionPhytodegradationPhytostabilizationPhytovolatalizationRhizofiltrationMYCORRHIZOREMEDIATIONEndomycorrhiza and Plant AssociationSymbiosis Helps Plants in FieldCONCLUSIONAcknowledgmentsReferencesAgro-Ecosystem Bioremediation Mediated by Plant-Microbe AssociationsINTRODUCTIONRHIZOSPHERIC PLANT—MICROBE ASSOCIATIONS FOR REMEDIATIONPhytoremediationMicrobe-assisted PhvtoremediationPlant-bacteria Associations for BioremediationPlant-fungi Associations for BioremediationCyanobacteria and Algae for BioremediationMECHANISMS INVOLVED IN PLANT—MICROBEREMEDIATION APPROACHES WITHIN THE RHIZOSPHERECHALLENGES AND PROSPECTS OF PLANT-MICROBE ASSOCIATIONS OF BIOREMEDIATIONCONCLUSIONReferencesHeavy Metal Contamination in Groundwater and Potential Remediation TechnologiesINTRODUCTIONGROUNDWATER CONTAMINATIONHEAVY METAL POLLUTIONArsenicCadmiumLeadMercuryREMEDIATION TECHNOLOGIESPhysical RemediationAir SpargingSoil FlushingChemical RemediationPermeable Reactive Barriers (PRBs)Chemical OxidationBiological RemediationBioaugmentationRhizofiltrationPhytoremediationPhvtoextractionPhytostabilizationCRITERIA TO SELECT SUITABLE TECHNOLOGYCONCLUSIONReferencesApplication of Plant-Microbe Interactions in Contaminated Agro-Ecosystem ManagementINTRODUCTIONMICRO-ORGANISMS IN DEPOLLUTION OF CONTAMINATED ENVIRONMENTSBioremediation with Engineered MicrobesBioremediation Application Using Recombinant TechnologyPHYTOREMEDIATION OF ORGANIC CONTAMINANTSPOTENTIAL OF PLANT ASSOCIATED MICROORGANISMS IN BIOREMEDIATIONPlant-microbe Interaction as BiofertilizersPlant-microbe Interaction in PhytoremediationPlant-microbe Interaction: Symbiosis versus PathogenesisPlant-microbe Interaction: Biocontrol AgentAPPLICATION OF PLANT-MICROBE INTERACTIONSRisks and limitations of Plant-microbe AssociationsCONCLUSIONReferencesHeavy Metals, Hydrocarbons, Radioactive Materials, Xenobiotics, Pesticides, Hazardous Chemicals, Explosives, Pharmaceutical Waste and Dyes BioremediationINTRODUCTIONBIOREMEDIATION OF XENOBIOTICSBIOREMEDIATION OF PESTICIDESBIOREMEDIATION OF HYDROCARBONSBIOREMEDIATION OF EXPLOSIVESOCCURRENCE AND TOXICITY OF HEAVY METALS AND METALLOIDSBASIC MECHANISMS, STRATEGIES AND IMPORTANCE OF RHIZOMICROBIOME IN HEAVY METALS AND METALLOIDS BIOREMEDIATIONBIOREMEDIATION OF RADIOACTIVE MATERIALSBIOREMEDIATION OF PHARMACEUTICALSBiodegradation of Antibiotics on Natural Microbial CommunitiesBiodegradation of Nonsteroidal Anti-inflammatory Drugs (NSAID)Biodegradation of AntidepressantsBiodegradation of AnticonvulsantsBiodegradation of Blood Lipid RegulatorsBIOREMEDIATION OF DYESCONCLUSIONReferencesBioremediation of Hydrocarbons and Classic Explosives: An Environmental Technology Removing Hazardous WastesINTRODUCTIONBIOREMEDIATION OF HYDROCARBON CONTAMINATED SOILSMECHANISMS OF BIOREMEDIATION OF HYDROCARBONSAerobic Bioremediation of HydrocarbonsAnaerobic Bioremediation of HydrocarbonsTYPES OF BIOREMEDIATIONBioreactorsBiostimulationBiopillingBioventingCompostingLandfarmingPhytoremediationBIOREMEDIATION OF CONTAMINATED SOILS WITH CLASSIC EXPLOSIVESTNT BIODEGRADATIONBioremediation of TNT under Anaerobic ConditionsBiodegradation of TNT under Aerobic ConditionBiological CompostingBiopillingPhytoremediation of TNTMECHANISMS OF TNT DEGRADATIONCONCLUSIONFUTURE ASPECTSReferencesSoil Bioremediation and SustainabilityINTRODUCTIONBIOSTIMULATIONANIMAL AND FOOD WASTES AS BIOSTIMULANTAGRO-INDUSTRIAL WASTES AS BIOSTIMULANTLIGNOCELLULOSIC WASTES AS BIOSTIMULANTBIOSURFACTANTS FROM AGRO-INDUSTRIAL WASTESCONCLUSIONS AND FUTURE ASPECTSReferencesNitrogen Cycle Bacteria in Agricultural Soils: Effects of Nitrogen Fertilizers, Heavy Metals, Pesticides and Bioremediation ApproachesINTRODUCTIONNITROGEN CYCLE IN AGRICULTURAL SOILSFERTILIZERS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE NITROGEN CYCLEHEAVY METALS AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE NITROGEN CYCLECopperCadmiumMercuryBioremediation of Heavy MetalsPESTICIDES AND THEIR EFFECTS ON THE NITROGEN CYCLEHerbicidesHerbicides and their Effects on the Nitrogen CycleBioremediation of HerbicidesFungicidesFungicides and their Effects on the Nitrogen CycleBioremediation of FungicidesInsecticidesInsecticides and their Effects on the Nitrogen CycleBioremediation of InsecticidesCONCLUSIONReferencesBioremediation of Toxic Metals from Wastewater for Water SecurityINTRODUCTIONCHARACTERIZATION OF VARIOUS WASTEWATERENVIRONMENTAL RISK DUE TO WASTEWATERHUMAN HEALTH AND WASTEWATERPOTENTIAL AREAS FOR WASTEWATER APPLICATIONBIOREMEDIATION OF WASTEWATERFUTURE PROSPECTSCONCLUSIONAcknowledgmentReferencesPlant-Microbe Interaction in Attenuation of the Toxic Waste in the EcosystemINTRODUCTIONEXISTENCE OF ANTHROPOGENIC COMPOUNDS IN THE ECOSYSTEMSynthetic Organic CompoundsDioxinsPesticidesPolycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs)PhthalatesHeavy MetalsInorganic CompoundsArsenicChromiumLeadFACTORS AFFECTING SOIL FERTILITY AND PLANT GROWTHSoil TemperatureClimateSoil TextureWater Retention CapacitySoil pHROLE OF MICROBES IN THE DEGRADATION OF TOXIC WASTEMicroorganism and PollutantsTYPES OF BIODEGRADATIONBiodegradation of Xenobiotic CompoundsBiodegradation of PlasticsAerobic DegradationAnaerobic DegradationPHYTOREMEDIATION: A GREEN TECHNOLOGY —AN OVERVIEWMechanism of Phytoremediation ProcessTypes of PhytoremediationPhytosequestrationPhytoextractionPhytovolatilizationPhytodegradationRhizodegradationRhizofiltrationEFFECTIVE PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS IN IMPROVING PHYTOREMEDIATIONTECHNIQUES TO BOOST PHYTOREMEDIATION EFFICACYADVANCES IN PHYTOREMEDIATION TECHNOLOGYREMEDIATION METHODSEx situ Bioremediation TechniqueBiopileWindrowsBioreactorFarmingIN SITU BIOREMEDIATIONBioventingBiospargingBioaugmentationENHANCEMENT IN THE REDUCTION OF ENVIRONMENTAL TOXIC WASTESCONCLUSIONReferencesPhytoremediation of Contaminated Agro-Ecosystem through Plants and FungiINTRODUCTIONSOIL, PLANTS AND UNTREATED WASTEWATER CONTAMINATED BY HEAVY METALSIrrigation of Agricultural Land by WastewaterSoil Contamination with Heavy MetalsCrops/Vegetables’ Contamination by Heavy MetalsFUNGAL DIVERSITY IN SOILS CONTAMINATED WITH METALSEFFECT OF CHELATES AND TOLERANT FUNGAL STRAINS FOR METAL EXTRACTION AND SOLUBILIZATIONMETALS’ SOLUBILIZATION BY EDTAHEAVY METALS’ SOLUBILIZATION BY FUNGIBIOLOGICALLY, CHEMICALLY AND NATURALLY BOOSTED PHYTOEXTRACTION PROSPECTIVE OF NATIVE PLANTSRELATION BETWEEN PLANT GROWTH, CONTAMINANTS AND SOILCONCLUSIONReferencesPotential of Aquatic Macrophytes in Phytoremediation of Heavy Metals: A Case Study from the Lake Sevan Basin, ArmeniaINTRODUCTIONMATERIALS AND METHODSSampling SiteWater and Plant SamplesDigestion of the SamplesConcentrations of the ElementsRESULTSWater SamplesPlantsDISCUSSIONCONCLUSIONAcknowledgmentsReferencesMicrobial Surfactants: Current Perspectives and Role in BioremediationINTRODUCTIONCLASSIFICATION OF BIOSURFACTANTSGlycolipidsLipopeptidesHIGH-MOLECULAR-WEIGHT BIOSURFACTANTSPROPERTIES OF BIOSURFACTANTSCritical Micelle ConcentrationIncrease in Surface Area of Hydrophobic Water-insoluble SubstratesIncrease in Bioavailability of Hydrophobic Water-insoluble SubstratesEmulsifier ProductionReduction of Surface TensionToxicityAPPLICATION OF BIOSURFACTANTIn MedicineAnticancer ActivityAntimicrobial ActivityAnti-adhesive PropertiesAntiviral PropertiesDrug Delivery AgentsImmunomodulatory ActionIN AGRICULTUREFertilizerPesticidesIN INDUSTRIESDetergent in LaundryCosmetics and Healthcare ProductsFood AdditivesBIOSURFACTANTS AS TOOLS OF BIOREMEDIATIONRemediation of Metal-contaminated SoilHydrocarbon DegradationMicrobial Enhanced Oil Recovery (MEOR)OTHER APPLICATIONSBiosurfactant-assisted Greener Synthesis of NanoparticlesBiosurfactant-mediated Disruption of BiofilmsFUTURE PROSPECTSAcknowledgmentsReferences
 
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