Supported by the National Key Research and Development Program of China (No. 2019YFC1803700) and the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Nos. 41991330 and 41671327)
Polluted soils contain a mixture of contaminants. The microorganisms-mediated degradation processes and mechanisms appear to be more complicated than those in a controlled lab environment given that the soil microbiota is diverse and versatile in ecological functioning. In recent years, many researchers have highlighted the adaptation mechanism of the microbiome, biotransformation processes, design of synthetic microbial systems, in situ remediation by microbiomes in mixed organic pollutants contaminated soils, which are important for an understanding of the processes and mechanisms underlying soil remediation. The degradation of mixed organic pollutants is believed to be mainly controlled by the soil microbial community and influenced by their complex ecological networks. Due to the advantages of microbiomes(metabolic synergy and functional complementarity), this paper systematically analyzes the research progress and development trend of microbiome-mediated transformation and remediation mechanisms in organic pollutant co-contaminated soils and presents an outlook on the development of microbiomes in green and sustainable in situ bioremediation of mixed contaminated soils.
滕应,王笑咪,韩玉娟,任文杰,赵玲,骆永明.土壤中有机复合污染物微生物组转化机制与调控原理：进展与展望[J].土壤学报,2021,58(5):1084-1093. DOI:10.11766/trxb202009300458 TENG Ying, WANG Xiaomi, HAN Yujuan, REN Wenjie, ZHAO Ling, LUO Yongming. Microbiome-mediated Transformation Mechanism and Regulation Principle of Mixed Organic Pollutants in Soils: Progress and Perspective[J]. Acta Pedologica Sinica,2021,58(5):1084-1093.复制