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Phthalic acid and benzo[a]pyrene in soil-plant-water systems amended with contaminated sewage sludge.

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Abstract

We investigated the effect of ivermectin, at environmental concentrations and above, on several strains of filamentous fungi. Ivermectin did not show significant short-term effect on biomass production and germination rate of the spores. By contrast, the spore production was stimulated twofold in Phanerochaete chrysosporium and Mucor racemosus cultures, whereas that endpoint was reduced in Fusarium cultures. A long-term exposure of F. oxysporum to ivermectin reduced both production and germination of fungal spores. Ivermectin was not an inducer of exocellular oxidases.
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hal-02660995 , version 1 (23-01-2023)

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Christian Mougin, Frédéric Dappoze, Agathe Brault, Christian Malosse, Jens Ejbye Schmidt, et al.. Phthalic acid and benzo[a]pyrene in soil-plant-water systems amended with contaminated sewage sludge.. Environmental Chemistry Letters, 2006, 14 (4), pp.201-206. ⟨10.1007/s10311-006-0046-1⟩. ⟨hal-02660995⟩
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