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Soil Remediation Aided by Oil-Eating Worms

News   Nov 10, 2020 | Original story from Kazan Federal University

 
Soil Remediation Aided by Oil-Eating Worms

Dark-field image of crude oil droplets (a) and hyperspectral dark-field image of nematode intestine merged with hyperspectral crude oil mapping (b), obtained using reflected light spectra of intact crude oil and oil in intestine of C. elegans nematode (c). Dark-field microscopy images demonstrating the localisation of crude oil in the Dauer larvae nematodes' intestines after incubation for 42 h from L1 larvae stage: inside the foregut (d); in the midgut (e) and inside the hindgut (f). Credit: Kazan Federal University.

 
 
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