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Authors Khodjaniyazov, K., N. Mukarramov, N. Khidirova, M. Khakimov, B. Urakov, E. Brodsky and K. Shakhidoyatov
Title Degradation and detoxification of persistent organic pollutants in soils by plant alkaloid Anabasine
Source Journal of Environmental Protection
Author Keywords Chlorinated Pesticides; HCH; TeCB; DDT; DDE; Trichlorobenzene; Plant Extracts; Sum of Alkaloids Anabasis Aphylla; Anabasine; Detoxification
Abstract The development of a technology employing materials containing specific alkaloids from biomasses of agricultural production would be extremely beneficial and relatively inexpensive for the remediation of polluted soils and may rep-resent a possible new industrial and commercial opportunity. We have studied detoxification and degradation of persis-tent chloroorganic pesticides by using plant extracts, which contained alkaloids. Reactions DDT with alkaloid Ana-basine and extractive sum of alkaloids, isolated from ground up part plant Anabasis Ğ°phylla proceed more easy without solvent. It is established, that at interaction alkaloids of Anabasis aphylla with pesticide DDT occurs degradation to formation of less toxic DDE. Results the carried out researches on studying interaction sum of alkaloids, isolated from ground up part plant Anabasis Ahylla, with DDT in various ratio (1:1, 2:1, 3:1) have shown, that thus there are detoxi-fication pesticide DDT on 35% - 45%, 75% - 80% and 80% - 85% according to formation dichlorodiphenyldichloro-ethylene (DDE), and in presence humic acids the degree degradation achieves to 95% - 97%.
Year Published 2012
Volume 3
Beginning Page 97-106
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