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mycoremediation

Definitions

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  • noun The use of fungi to degrade or sequester contaminants in the environment.

Etymologies

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myco- +‎ remediation, coined by Paul Stamets.

Examples

  • What Stamets does call for is increased dissemination of knowledge of mycoremediation, more funding for research, Mycological Response Teams to respond to such environmental disasters as oil spills, and mushroom production centers strategically placed near population centers around the country, the waste from which could also be used as compost, or in times such as these, for remediation.

    Leslie Hatfield: Could Oyster Mushrooms Help Clean the Gulf?

  • (April 29, 2008 12: 46: 00 PM CDT) it's great to see mycoremediation getting some well deserved attention and i'm definitely optimistic about this fort bragg experiment.

    Prunings XLII

  • What Stamets does call for is increased dissemination of knowledge of mycoremediation, more funding for research, Mycological Response Teams to respond to such environmental disasters as oil spills, and mushroom production centers strategically placed near population centers around the country, the waste from which could also be used as compost, or in times such as these, for remediation.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • His research interests include mycoremediation, the social history of shamanism, the keltic roots of queer culture, and fiber arts involving movement and food.

    GOOD

  • In a section on mycoremediation, Stamets highlights the ability of different fungi to digest or absorb toxic materials ranging from crude oil to nerve gas to radioactive strontium.

    a sibilant intake of breath

  • In a section on mycoremediation, Stamets highlights the ability of different fungi to digest or absorb toxic materials ranging from crude oil to nerve gas to radioactive strontium.

    a sibilant intake of breath

  • In a section on mycoremediation, Stamets highlights the ability of different fungi to digest or absorb toxic materials ranging from crude oil to nerve gas to radioactive strontium.

    a sibilant intake of breath

  • However, so-called "second generation" biofuels, such as myco-diesel, do not have that downside because they rely on cellulose, which can be provided by waste products. mycoremediation

    Word Spy

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