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Antimicrobials in constructed wetlands can cause in planta dysbiosis

lun. 27 janv. 2020 13:00 - 16:00 CET

A conference by Muhammad ARSLAN
Recent investigations have shown that wastewater treatment plants are typically not able to remove low concentrations of certain pollutants, known as organic micropollutants (OMPs). This class of pollutant is of emerging concern for ecotoxicologists because of their unknown toxic effects. To date, nothing is known about what consequences can arise for the plant-associated bacterial communities, mainly endophytes, upon exposure of antimicrobials. To elucidate disturbances in the bacterial communities colonizing roots and shoots of the soft rush (Juncus effusus), a common wetland plant, after being repeatedly exposed to the two commonly found antimicrobials sulfamethaxazole (SMX) and trimethoprim (TMP) at low to moderate aqueous concentrations.

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