Microbiologically-mediated mutagenic activity of crude oil
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Microbiologically-mediated mutagenic activity of crude oil by Sumner M. Morrison

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Published by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Corvallis, OR, Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Petroleum -- Alaska -- Biodegradation.,
  • Pollution -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska.

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Edition Notes

StatementSumner M. Morrison and Bruce A. Cummings.
ContributionsCummings, Bruce A., Corvallis Environmental Research Laboratory.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22443194M

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Crude oil bioremediation of soils is limited by the bacteria activity in degrading the spills hydrocarbons. Native crude oil degrading bacteria were isolated from different crude oil polluted soils. Evaluation of the Relationship between PAH Content and Mutagenic Activity of Fumes from Roofing and Paving Asphalts and Coal Tar Pitch. crude oil source, or temperature at which the fume was generated correlated with mutagenic activity. The fume condensates were tested for mutagenic activity using a modified Ames by: Crude Oil. In their review of the carcinogenicity of petroleum hydrocarbons, Bingham et al. 3 cited several of the early researchers' work () on the carcinogenicity of crude-oil fractions from various sources when applied to the skin of mice. The distillate fractions in the –°C range were later found to be more carcinogenic than whole crude oil in mice and rabbits. Fractions 1, 3, and 4 were tested for embryotoxic and teratogenic activity on a weight-equivalent basis, i.e., 1 mg-eq of an Prudhoe Bay crude oil was obtained from Atlantic Richfield (Cherry Point Refinery, Wash.), and the fuel oil No. 2 was obtained from a local supplier of Imperial Oil Cited by: