Salix purpurea stimulates the expression of specific bacterial xenobiotic degradation genes in a soil contaminated with hydrocarbons

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Article numbere0132062
Subjectalkane 1 monooxygenase; catechol oxidase; cytochrome P450; hydrocarbon; Actinomycetales; alkB gene; Alteromonadales; bacterial gene; bacterial xenobiotic degradation; bacterium; bacterium identification; benA gene; bioremediation; bphA1 gene; bphA2 gene; Burkholderiales; Caulobacterales; controlled study; dbfA1 gene; gene expression; genetic variability; microbial degradation; mmoX gene; npah gene; nucleotide sequence; p450 gene; ppah gene; ppo gene; Rhizobiales; rhizoremediation; rhizosphere; Rhodospirillales; Salix purpurea; sequence homology; soil pollution; Solirubrobacterales; Sphingobacteriales; Sphingomonadales; willow; Xanthomonadales
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