Breakdown of a substance catalyzed by enzymes in vitro or in vivo with the help of microorganisms is defined as Biodegradation. During this process undesirable properties of the compound are not lost. Several studies are now directed towards the application of agricultural waste residue for cyanide bioremediation processes and therefore the application of agricultural waste (agro-waste) as a sole supplement to support the activity of the microbial species was also assessed in this study for biodegradation
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