Maria Julia del R. Amoroso mainly investigates Bioremediation, Microbiology, Lindane, Streptomyces and Soil contamination. Maria Julia del R. Amoroso works mostly in the field of Bioremediation, limiting it down to topics relating to Bacterial growth and, in certain cases, Pesticide residue, as a part of the same area of interest. Her Microbiology study incorporates themes from Plasmid, Food science, Biodegradation and Nickel.
Her Lindane research integrates issues from Microorganism and Botany. Her Streptomyces research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biochemistry, Gene, Growth medium and Strain. Maria Julia del R. Amoroso studied Pesticide and Environmental chemistry that intersect with Methoxychlor, Chlordane and Sorption.
Bioremediation, Streptomyces, Lindane, Environmental chemistry and Pesticide are her primary areas of study. Her study in Bioremediation is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Soil water, Soil contamination, Bacterial growth, Microorganism and Microbiology. Her Microbial consortium study in the realm of Microorganism interacts with subjects such as Bioavailability.
Maria Julia del R. Amoroso interconnects Food science, Botany, Biodegradation, Biotechnology and Incubation in the investigation of issues within Streptomyces. Her work deals with themes such as Pollutant, Contamination, Pesticide residue, Adsorption and Chromium, which intersect with Environmental chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Slurry and Phytotoxicity in addition to Pesticide.
Maria Julia del R. Amoroso focuses on Bioremediation, Streptomyces, Environmental chemistry, Lindane and Pesticide. Her work carried out in the field of Bioremediation brings together such families of science as Food science, Soil water, Vinasse, Microbiology and Methoxychlor. Her research in Streptomyces intersects with topics in Microorganism, Biotechnology, Biodegradation and Soil contamination.
Her research integrates issues of Pollutant, Contamination, Environmental remediation, Microbial consortium and Bioaugmentation in her study of Environmental chemistry. Her study looks at the intersection of Lindane and topics like Botany with Residue and Horticulture. Her work on Chlordane is typically connected to Environmental pollution as part of general Pesticide study, connecting several disciplines of science.
Maria Julia del R. Amoroso mainly focuses on Lindane, Bioremediation, Environmental chemistry, Streptomyces and Pesticide. Her study looks at the relationship between Lindane and topics such as Botany, which overlap with Microbiology and Biodegradation. Her Bioremediation study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Soil water and Pollution.
Her Loam, Soil contamination and Soil test study in the realm of Soil water connects with subjects such as Ecotoxicity. While the research belongs to areas of Pesticide, Maria Julia del R. Amoroso spends her time largely on the problem of Slurry, intersecting her research to questions surrounding Phytotoxicity, Incubation, Adsorption and Abiotic component. Her Methoxychlor research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Food science, Biotechnology, Ecotoxicology, Chlordane and Bioreactor.
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Actinobacteria: Current research and perspectives for bioremediation of pesticides and heavy metals.
Analia Alvarez;Analia Alvarez;Juliana María Sáez;José Sebastián Dávila Costa;Veronica Leticia Colin.
Chromium(VI) resistance and removal by actinomycete strains isolated from sediments.
Marta A. Polti;María J. Amoroso;María J. Amoroso;Carlos M. Abate;Carlos M. Abate.
Isolation of pesticide-degrading actinomycetes from a contaminated site: bacterial growth, removal and dechlorination of organochlorine pesticides.
M.S. Fuentes;C.S. Benimeli;C.S. Benimeli;S.A. Cuozzo;M.J. Amoroso;M.J. Amoroso;M.J. Amoroso.
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (2010)
Chlorpyrifos biodegradation and 3,5,6-trichloro-2-pyridinol production by actinobacteria isolated from soil
G. Briceño;M.S. Fuentes;G. Palma;M.A. Jorquera.
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (2012)
Bioremediation of lindane-contaminated soil by Streptomyces sp. M7 and its effects on Zea mays growth
C.S. Benimeli;M.S. Fuentes;C.M. Abate;C.M. Abate;M.J. Amoroso;M.J. Amoroso.
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (2008)
Simultaneous bioremediation of Cr(VI) and lindane in soil by actinobacteria
Marta A. Polti;Marta A. Polti;Juan Daniel Aparicio;Juan Daniel Aparicio;Claudia S. Benimeli;Claudia S. Benimeli;María Julia Amoroso;María Julia Amoroso;María Julia Amoroso.
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (2014)
Isolation of four aquatic streptomycetes strains capable of growth on organochlorine pesticides
C.S Benimeli;M.J Amoroso;M.J Amoroso;A.P Chaile;G.R Castro.
Bioresource Technology (2003)
Screening of heavy metal-tolerant actinomycetes isolated from the Salí River.
Maria J. Amoroso;Guillermo R. Castro;Federico J. Carlino;Nora C. Romero.
Journal of General and Applied Microbiology (1998)
Bioremediation of chromium(VI) contaminated soil by Streptomyces sp. MC1.
Marta A. Polti;Roberto O. García;María J. Amoroso;María J. Amoroso;Carlos M. Abate.
Journal of Basic Microbiology (2009)
Lindane Biodegradation by Defined Consortia of Indigenous Streptomyces Strains
María Soledad Fuentes;Juliana María Sáez;Claudia Susana Benimeli;Claudia Susana Benimeli;María Julia Amoroso;María Julia Amoroso;María Julia Amoroso.
Water Air and Soil Pollution (2011)
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