"In-Situ Biostimulatory Effect of Selected Organic Wastes on Bacterial Atrazine Biodegradation"
written by Ahmed Faruk Umar, Fatimah Tahir, Michael Larkin, Olubukola Mojisola Oyawoye, Balarabe Lawal Musa, Mohammed Bello Yerima, Ediga Bede Agbo,
published by Advances in Microbiology, Vol.2 No.4, 2012
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