Rhizo Remediation and Fate of Pollutants - Oral presentations

Below you find a list of the selected orals for the contributed session Rhizo Remediation and Fate of Pollutants. The session will take place on Wednesday 24 June, from 3.15pm - 5.15pm.

Rhizosphere processes involved in remediation of contaminated soils and groundwater: general considerations and examples from the field
Jaco Vangronsveld & Markus Puschenreiter*, Nele Weyens, Sofie Thijs, Walter Wenzel [Belgium/Austria]

Different soils, similar microbes
Michel Chalot*, Cyril Zappelini, Battle Karimi, Julie Foulon, Damien Blaudez, Etienne Yergeau, Charles Greer [France]

Legacy of first World War written in Belgian soil: discrimination of shifts in bacterial communities and identification of trinitrotoluene-denitrating bacteria
Sofie Thijs*, Wouter Sillen, Jonathan Van Hamme, Panagiotis Gkorezis, Nele Weyens, Pieter Van Dillewijn, Jaco Vangronsveld [Belgium]

Soil microbial activity and community composition influence early pesticide degradation and efficacy
Nuria Bonilla*, Laure Castelli, Claudio Screpanti, Alain Gaume [Switzerland]

Isolation of arsenite-oxidizing bacteria Brevibacillus laterosporus and its effect on arsenic toxicity and arsenic migration by rice
Gui-Di Yang*, Xiao-Jun Yang, Zhong-Qing Qiu, Yu-Qing Guo, Huang Zhang [China]

Do increased levels of Zn and Cd in biogas residues change microbial community structure and activity in soil?
Metka Suhadolc*, Vivianne Radl, Polona Senekovič, Damijana Kastelec, Michael Schloter [Slovenia]

Moving closer towards restoration of polluted estuaries: indigenous rhizobacteria improving metal rhizoaccumulation in native Spartina maritima
Jennifer Mesa*, Enrique Mateos-Naranjo, Miguel Angel Caviedes, Susana Redondo-Gomez, Eloisa Pajuelo, Ignacio David Rodriguez-Llorente [Spain]

* Presenting author