Rashmi Radhakrishnan Nair

Post-Doc Researcher
Secção de Bioquímica e Biofísica
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Research Interests

Studies on mechanisms developed by Desulfovibrio species to adapt to changes in environmental conditions and also on the metabolic ways regulated by molybdenum stress. 

Main Publications

Nair, R.R., Dhamole, P.B.,D’Souza, S.F., 2010. Nitrate removal from synthetic high nitrate waste by a denitrifying bacterium. Proceedings of the Annual International Conference of Soils,Sediments, Water and Energy, Berkeley Electronic Press, Chapter 19, pp 236- 255.

Nair, R.R., Lele, S.S., D’Souza, S.F., 2004. Denitrification activity of the bacterium isolated from sludge of a fertilizer industry. Bioconvergence Symposium. pp 277-281.

Dhamole, P.B., Nair, R.R., D’Souza, S.F., Lele, S.S., 2007. Denitrification of high strength nitrate waste. Bioresource Technology. Vol 98, Iss 2, pp 247-252. Dhamole, P.B., Nair, R.R., D’Souza, S.F., Lele, S.S., 2008.

Denitrification of highly alkaline nitrate waste. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, Vol 151, pp 433-440.

Dhamole, P.B., Nair, R.R., D’Souza, S.F., Lele, S.S., 2009.
Simultaneous carbon and nitrate removal in an airlift bioreactor. Bioresource Technology, Vol 100, Iss 3, pp 1082-1086.

Biradar, P. M., Dhamole, P.B., Nair, R.R., Roy, S.B., Satpati, S.K., D’Souza, S.F., Lele, S.S., Pandit, A.B., 2008. Long-term stability of biological denitrification process for high strength nitrate removal from wastewater of uranium industry. Environmental Progress Vol 27,Iss 3,pp 365-372.