Sayali Patil
Sayali Patil
Flinders University of South Australia, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology; Pune University
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Nanoparticles for environmental clean-up: a review of potential risks and emerging solutions
SS Patil, UU Shedbalkar, A Truskewycz, BA Chopade, AS Ball
Environmental Technology & Innovation 5, 10-21, 2016
Microbial community dynamics in anaerobic bioreactors and algal tanks treating piggery wastewater
SS Patil, MS Kumar, AS Ball
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 87 (1), 353-363, 2010
Exploiting the intrinsic microbial degradative potential for field-based in situ dechlorination of trichloroethene contaminated groundwater
EM Adetutu, TD Gundry, SS Patil, A Golneshin, J Adigun, V Bhaskarla, ...
Journal of hazardous materials 300, 48-57, 2015
Comparison of indigenous and exogenous microbial populations during slurry phase biodegradation of long-term hydrocarbon-contaminated soil
A Aburto-Medina, EM Adetutu, S Aleer, J Weber, SS Patil, PJ Sheppard, ...
Biodegradation 23 (6), 813-822, 2012
Harnessing the hydrocarbon-degrading potential of contaminated soils for the bioremediation of waste engine oil
S Aleer, EM Adetutu, TH Makadia, S Patil, AS Ball
Water, Air, & Soil Pollution 218 (1), 121-130, 2011
Sustainable remediation: electrochemically assisted microbial dechlorination of tetrachloroethene‐contaminated groundwater
SS Patil, EM Adetutu, J Rochow, JG Mitchell, AS Ball
Microbial biotechnology 7 (1), 54-63, 2014
Exploiting the intrinsic hydrocarbon-degrading microbial capacities in oil tank bottom sludge and waste soil for sludge bioremediation
EM Adetutu, C Bird, KK Kadali, A Bueti, E Shahsavari, M Taha, S Patil, ...
International journal of environmental science and technology 12 (4), 1427-1436, 2015
Utilising bacterial communities associated with digested piggery effluent as a primary food source for the batch culture of Moina australiensis
SS Patil, AJ Ward, MS Kumar, AS Ball
Bioresource technology 101 (10), 3371-3378, 2010
Biostimulation of indigenous communities for the successful dechlorination of tetrachloroethene (perchloroethylene)-contaminated groundwater
SS Patil, EM Adetutu, A Aburto-Medina, IR Menz, AS Ball
Biotechnology letters 36 (1), 75-83, 2014
The importance of weathered crude oil as a source of hydrocarbonoclastic microorganisms in contaminated seawater
PJ Sheppard, KL Simons, KK Kadali, SS Patil, AS Ball
Journal of microbiology and biotechnology 22 (9), 1185-1192, 2012
Introduction into nanotechnology and microbiology
AS Ball, S Patil, S Soni
Methods in Microbiology 46, 1-18, 2019
Site-specific pre-evaluation of bioremediation technologies for chloroethene degradation
SS Patil, EM Adetutu, PJ Sheppard, P Morrison, IR Menz, AS Ball
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology 11 (7), 1869-1880, 2014
Optical-vortex diagnostics via Fraunhofer slit diffraction with controllable wavefront curvature
A Bekshaev, L Mikhaylovskaya, S Patil, V Kumar, RP Singh
JOSA A 37 (5), 780-786, 2020
Megaplastics to Nanoplastics: Emerging Environmental Pollutants and Their Environmental Impacts
SS Patil, RV Bhagwat, V Kumar, T Durugkar
Environmental Contaminants: Ecological Implications and Management, 205-235, 2019
Microbiology of chloroethene degradation in groundwater
SS Patil, EM Adetutu, AS Ball
Microbiology Australia 35 (4), 211-214, 2014
Iron Nanoparticles for Contaminated Site Remediation and Environmental Preservation
A Truskewycz, S Patil, A Ball, R Shukla
Nanobiotechnology, 323-373, 2018
EnvironmentalImpactofMicroplastics: AnAustralianScenario
S Patil, N Haleyur, E Shahsavari, AS Ball
Domestic wastewater Management: Floating islands come to a rescue
SP Pradeep WK, Preetam Patil, Gunale VR, Swapnil Mawal
International Journal of Botany Studies 4 (3), 52-58, 2019
Assessment of allelopathic potential of Lantana species on some selected agricultural crops
S Mawal, S Patil
Assessment 4 (1), 2019
Assessment of allelopathic potential of Lantana species on some selected agricultural crops View article
SP Swapnil S. Mawal
International Journal of Botany 4 (1), 15-20, 2019
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