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The remainder of the book treats niche topics such as biomineralisation
and the role of metals in healthy vs.
of azo dyes and their breakdown products in anaerobic-aerobic hybrid reactor, Water Science and Technology 41(12): 23-30.
Mohn et al., "Two-layer membranes of calcium phosphate/collagen/PLGA nanofibres: in vitro biomineralisation
and osteogenic differentiation of human mesenchymal stem cells," Nanoscale, vol.
in reef-building corals: from molecular mechanisms to environmental control.
Mixed-culture biological processes, such as bioremediation, biomineralisation
, and wastewater treatment often rely on cumulative metabolic pathways of a community of organisms to achieve their goals.
The effects of intense heat generated by radioactive decay, and of chemical and physical disturbance due to corrosion, gas generation and biomineralisation
, could impair the ability of backfill material to trap radionuclides.
Chapter 9 entitled Clays, microorganisms and biomineralisation
raises expectations of a broadly-based survey of the long-established ideas on the influence of microbial activity on mineralization.
A simple method that mimics apatite formation (biomineralisation
) on biomaterial inside body has been studied recently and showed promising results .
: Processes of iron and manganese--modern and ancient environments'.
and biological metal accumulation.