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Vol. 10, Special Issue 8 (2021)

Biological approaches for degradation of insecticide

Priyanka Brahmane, SV Gatkal, Rashmika Kumbhar and CD Deokar
In the last few decades, highly toxic organic compounds have been synthesized and released into the environment for direct or indirect application over a long period of time. Pesticides, fuels, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), chlorophenols, and dyes are some of these types of compounds Some synthetic chemicals are extremely resistant to biodegradation by native flora (Rochkind-Dubinsky et al., 1987) compared with the naturally occurring organic compounds that are readily degraded upon introduction into the environment. Therefore, hazardous wastes and chemicals have become one of the greatest problems of modern worldwide society. The present paper reviews Microorganisms have the ability to interact, both chemically and physically, with substances leading to structural changes or complete degradation of the target molecule (Raymond et al., 2001; Wiren-Lehr et al., 2002). Among the microbial communities, bacteria, fungi, and actinomycetes are the main transformers and pesticide /insecticide degraders (De Schrijver and De Mot, 1999).therefore its benefits Recovery of a contaminated medium by using living organisms. Approach to enhance the degrading capability. Application in all types of contaminated fields. Effective process Genetic engineered micro-organisms and Eco-friendly technology.
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How to cite this article:
Priyanka Brahmane, SV Gatkal, Rashmika Kumbhar and CD Deokar. Biological approaches for degradation of insecticide. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(8S): 1062-1068.

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