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Biodegradation in soil

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Total recovery 14C(20-25 wk)= 25.2 % of 14C applied, Scheunert 1991

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Scheunert (1991) conducted a study of binding sites of Chloroanilines in soil, degradation and plant uptake of residues bound in different soil fractions, and mechanisms of binding. The total recovery of 14C measured 20-25 weeks after application of the 14C-labelled test item in soil indicates that ca. 75 % of the substance has been degraded. No regular sampling was conducted throughout the duration of the study, and thus no half-life was derived.