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[1]Minhaz Uddin,Dan Zhang,Ram Proshad,等.Role of mushrooms in soil mycoremediation: a review[J].应用与环境生物学报,2020,26(02):460-468.[doi:10.19675/j.cnki.1006-687x.2019.04021]
 Minhaz Uddin,Dan Zhang,Ram Proshad & M. K. Haque.Role of mushrooms in soil mycoremediation: a review[J].Chinese Journal of Applied & Environmental Biology,2020,26(02):460-468.[doi:10.19675/j.cnki.1006-687x.2019.04021]
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《应用与环境生物学报》[ISSN:1006-687X/CN:51-1482/Q]

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26卷
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2020年02期
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460-468
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综述
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2020-04-25

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Title:
Role of mushrooms in soil mycoremediation: a review
作者:
Minhaz UddinDan ZhangRam ProshadM. K. Haque
1 Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences & Ministry of Water Conservancy, Chengdu 610041, China 2 School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300072, China 3 Department of Crop Science a
Author(s):
Minhaz Uddin2 Dan Zhang1? Ram Proshad1 & M. K. Haque3
1 Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences & Ministry of Water Conservancy, Chengdu 610041, China 2 School of Environmental Science and Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin 300072, China 3 Department of Crop Science and Technology, University of Rajshahi, Rajshahi-6025, Bangladesh
关键词:
bioremediation mycoremediation heavy metal mushroom
Keywords:
bioremediation mycoremediation heavy metal mushroom
DOI:
10.19675/j.cnki.1006-687x.2019.04021
摘要:
Bioremediation is an innovative and promising technology available for the removal and recovery of heavy metals from contaminated media. Bioremediation uses organisms to absorb heavy metals at low cost and with no secondary pollution. Bioremediation by macrofungi that degrade pollutants or wastes is referred to as mycoremediation. Macrofungi, like mushrooms, can produce enzymes and have the ability to degrade and accumulate a wide range of toxic metals. In this paper, the research status and advances in the field of mycoremediation using different mushroom species are reviewed. Generally mushrooms use three effective strategies to recover contaminated or polluted soils: biodegradation, bioconversion, and biosorption. Mushrooms can degrade and recycle wastes and pollutants to their mineral constituents and convert wastes, sludge, and pollutants into useful forms. In addition, they can uptake heavy metals from substrates via biosorption, which is a very effective method to reclaim polluted lands. Different wild and cultivated mushroom species are used in mycoremediation, which can degrade large quantities of organic and inorganic pollutants and produce vendible products. Mycoremediation is still in its infancy, but it has notable remediation potential for pollutants or metals in soil. Mushroom species that can biodegrade, bioconvert, or absorb pollutants and metals effectively should be given the highest preference. Further research is needed to verify that this method is an easy, cost effective, and eco-friendly tool.
Abstract:
Bioremediation is an innovative and promising technology available for the removal and recovery of heavy metals from contaminated media. Bioremediation uses organisms to absorb heavy metals at low cost and with no secondary pollution. Bioremediation by macrofungi that degrade pollutants or wastes is referred to as mycoremediation. Macrofungi, like mushrooms, can produce enzymes and have the ability to degrade and accumulate a wide range of toxic metals. In this paper, the research status and advances in the field of mycoremediation using different mushroom species are reviewed. Generally mushrooms use three effective strategies to recover contaminated or polluted soils: biodegradation, bioconversion, and biosorption. Mushrooms can degrade and recycle wastes and pollutants to their mineral constituents and convert wastes, sludge, and pollutants into useful forms. In addition, they can uptake heavy metals from substrates via biosorption, which is a very effective method to reclaim polluted lands. Different wild and cultivated mushroom species are used in mycoremediation, which can degrade large quantities of organic and inorganic pollutants and produce vendible products. Mycoremediation is still in its infancy, but it has notable remediation potential for pollutants or metals in soil. Mushroom species that can biodegrade, bioconvert, or absorb pollutants and metals effectively should be given the highest preference. Further research is needed to verify that this method is an easy, cost effective, and eco-friendly tool.

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