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Partial Reduction of Dinitroaniline Herbicide Pendimethalin by Bacillus sp. MS202
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Partial Reduction of Dinitroaniline Herbicide Pendimethalin by Bacillus sp. MS202
Lee, Young-Keun; Chang, Hwa-Hyoung; Jang, Yu-Sin; Hyung, Seok-Won; Chung, Hye-Young;
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 Abstract
The persistence of pendimethalin in soil and ground water has an injurious effect on ecosystem. Pendimethalin-degrading bacterium was isolated from Masan, Gyeongnam province and temporarily identified as Bacillus sp. MS202 by the analysis of API CHB50, kit, FAME, and 16S rDNA sequence. from the analysis of pnedimethalin metabolite using TLC, GC, and GC-MS, we found that the degradation of pendimethalin by Bacillus sp. MS202 did not result in the dealkylated form, but the formation of the reduced compound, 6-amino-2-nitro-N(1-ethylpropyl)-3,4-xylidine or 2- amino-6-nitro-N(1-ethylpropyl)-3,4-xylidine.
 Keywords
Pendimethalin;Bacillus;reduction;mass spectrometry;
 Language
Korean
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