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Biosorption of Heavy Metal in Aqueous Solution by Heavy Metal Tolerant Microorganism Isolated from Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil
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Biosorption of Heavy Metal in Aqueous Solution by Heavy Metal Tolerant Microorganism Isolated from Heavy Metal Contaminated Soil
Kim, Sung-Un; Choi, Ik-Won; Seo, Dong-Cheol; Han, Myung-Hoon; Kang, Byung-Hwa; Heo, Jong-Soo; Shon, Bo-Kyoon; Cho, Ju-Sik;
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 Abstract
This study was conducted to find out a useful bioremediation technology for heavy metal contaminated soil and water. We isolated strain CPB from heavy metal contaminated soil and evaluated the tolerance level and adsorption capacity of strain CPB to heavy metals (Strain is not determined yet). Strain CPB showed variable tolerance limit to different kinds heavy metal or concentrations of heavy metals. The growth of strain CPB was significantly inhibited by mixed heavy metals (Cd+Cu+Pb+Zn) than that of by single heavy metal. Strain CPB showed high binding capacity with Pb (Pb>Cd>Cu>Zn). In general, strain CPB showed high uptake of heavy metals such as Pb, Cd and Cu. It was observed that the capacity of heavy metal uptake from mixture of heavy metals was reduced in comparison with single heavy metal treatment. But total contents of heavy metal bound with cell in mixed heavy metal showed higher than in single heavy metal treatment. Heavy metal adsorption in cells was affected by several external factors, such as temperature and pH etc.. The optimum temperature and pH of the adsorption of heavy metal into cells were ca. and pH ca. , respectively. A large number of the electron dense particles were found mainly on the cell wall and cell membrane fractions, which was determined by transmission electron microscope. Energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy revealed that the electron dense particles were the heavy metal complexes the substances binding with heavy metals.
 Keywords
Biosorption;heavy metal tolerance;electron dense particles;heavy metal complexes;
 Language
Korean
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