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Namasivayam Vasudevan

Centre for Environmental Studies, Anna University, Chennai-6000 25, India


Dr. Namasivayam Vasudevan is associated with the Centre for Environmental Studies in the Anna University, Chennai-6000 25, India. His skills and expertise in Water and Wastewater treatment, Environmental Pollution and treatment, Solid Waste Management, Bioremediation, Environmental toxicology etc.

Enrichment of Phenol Degrading Moderately Halophilic Bacterial Consortium from Saline Environment

A versatile, moderately halophilic bacterial consortium was developed for the biodegradation of phenolic compounds under saline conditions. The bacterial consortium was isolated from mixtures of soil from phenol contaminated sites and as well as from areas having proximity to saline environment. The isolated moderately halophilic bacterial consorti... Read More»

Krishnaswamy Veena Gayathri and Namasivayam Vasudevan

Research Article: J Bioremed Biodegrad 2010, 1:104

DOI: 10.4172/2155-6199.1000104

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