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Department of Zoology, University of Madras
Chennai, India

Vol.6 N0 1 : March 2008-------- ISSN-0974-1550

Dear Readers,



ENVIS Centre on 'Microorganisms and Environment Management' brings out newsletters summarizing the latest environmental management activities and research articles related to the thematic area of the centre. ENVIS is a national level program and disseminates environmental information to user community through information technology.

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ENVIS Centre Team

Prof. N. Munuswamy

Dr. N. Godhantaraman
Scientist –D

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Information Officer

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Junior Information Officer

Mr. D. Siva Arun

Editorial Board
Dr. N. Godhantaraman


Scientific Articles

Bacteria and Cyanobacteria promote and prevent fouling

Hans-U. Dahms

Alkaline Cyanide Biodegradation by Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes CECT5344

Luque-Almagro VM, Blasco R, Huertas MJ, Martínez- Luque M, Moreno-Vivián C, Castillo F & Roldán MD

Review Article

Status of Bioremediation Approaches and its Future Prospects


Note on the Use of Microbes for Improving Soil Fertility

Research Report

Probiotics for Water quality management in aquaculture ponds


Melting million-year-old ice to study ancient microbes

Meeting Report

National Symposium on Modern Biological Sciences

Literature Report

Use of Commercial Bioremediation Agents for Cleanup of Oil-Contaminated Estuarine Environments

Abstracts of Recent Publications

Important E-resources on Microorganisms


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