Muhammad Arslan
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Plant–bacteria partnerships for the remediation of persistent organic pollutants
M Arslan, A Imran, QM Khan, M Afzal
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 24, 4322-4336, 2017
Cr-resistant rhizo- and endophytic bacteria associated with Prosopis juliflora and their potential as phytoremediation enhancing agents in metal-degraded soils
MU Khan, A Sessitsch, M Harris, K Fatima, A Imran, M Arslan, G Shabir, ...
Frontiers in Plant Science 5, 755, 2015
Transmission of SARS-CoV-2 via fecal-oral and aerosols–borne routes: Environmental dynamics and implications for wastewater management in underprivileged societies
M Arslan, B Xu, MG El-Din
Science of the Total Environment 743, 140709, 2020
On-site performance of floating treatment wetland macrocosms augmented with dye-degrading bacteria for the remediation of textile industry wastewater
N Tara, M Arslan, Z Hussain, M Iqbal, QM Khan, M Afzal
Journal of cleaner production 217, 541-548, 2019
Extensive use of face masks during COVID-19 pandemic:(micro-) plastic pollution and potential health concerns in the Arabian Peninsula
SA Abbasi, AB Khalil, M Arslan
Saudi journal of biological sciences 27 (12), 3181-3186, 2020
Nutrients can enhance the abundance and expression of alkane hydroxylase CYP153 gene in the rhizosphere of ryegrass planted in hydrocarbon-polluted soil
M Arslan, M Afzal, I Amin, S Iqbal, QM Khan
PLoS One 9 (10), e111208, 2014
Floating treatment wetlands as a suitable option for large-scale wastewater treatment
M Afzal, M Arslan, JA Müller, G Shabir, E Islam, R Tahseen, ...
Nature Sustainability 2 (9), 863-871, 2019
Floating wetlands: a sustainable tool for wastewater treatment
MJ Shahid, M Arslan, S Ali, M Siddique, M Afzal
Clean–Soil, Air, Water 46 (10), 1800120, 2018
Treatment of the textile industry effluent in a pilot-scale vertical flow constructed wetland system augmented with bacterial endophytes
Z Hussain, M Arslan, MH Malik, M Mohsin, S Iqbal, M Afzal
Science of the Total Environment 645, 966-973, 2018
Integrated perspectives on the use of bacterial endophytes in horizontal flow constructed wetlands for the treatment of liquid textile effluent: phytoremediation advances in …
Z Hussain, M Arslan, MH Malik, M Mohsin, S Iqbal, M Afzal
Journal of environmental management 224, 387-395, 2018
Removal of pharmaceuticals and personal care products using constructed wetlands: effective plant-bacteria synergism may enhance degradation efficiency
PM Nguyen, M Afzal, I Ullah, N Shahid, M Baqar, M Arslan
Environmental Science and Pollution Research 26, 21109-21126, 2019
Phragmites australis in combination with hydrocarbons degrading bacteria is a suitable option for remediation of diesel-contaminated water in floating wetlands
M Fahid, M Arslan, G Shabir, S Younus, T Yasmeen, M Rizwan, ...
Chemosphere 240, 124890, 2020
Phragmites australis—a helophytic grass—can establish successful partnership with phenol-degrading bacteria in a floating treatment wetland
H Saleem, M Arslan, K Rehman, R Tahseen, M Afzal
Saudi journal of biological sciences 26 (6), 1179-1186, 2019
Enhanced degradation of phenol in floating treatment wetlands by plant-bacterial synergism
H Saleem, K Rehman, M Arslan, M Afzal
International journal of phytoremediation 20 (7), 692-698, 2018
Potentialities of floating wetlands for the treatment of polluted water of river Ravi, Pakistan
MJ Shahid, M Arslan, M Siddique, S Ali, R Tahseen, M Afzal
Ecological Engineering 133, 167-176, 2019
Heterotrophic nitrification and aerobic denitrification process: Promising but a long way to go in the wastewater treatment
H Xi, X Zhou, M Arslan, Z Luo, J Wei, Z Wu, MG El-Din
Science of The Total Environment 805, 150212, 2022
Immobilization of metribuzin degrading bacterial consortium MB3R on biochar enhances bioremediation of potato vegetated soil and restores bacterial community structure
AQ Wahla, S Anwar, JA Müller, M Arslan, S Iqbal
Journal of hazardous materials 390, 121493, 2020
Remediation of textile bleaching effluent by bacterial augmented horizontal flow and vertical flow constructed wetlands: A comparison at pilot scale
Z Hussain, M Arslan, G Shabir, MH Malik, M Mohsin, S Iqbal, M Afzal
Science of the Total Environment 685, 370-379, 2019
Allium cepa assay based comparative study of selected vegetables and the chromosomal aberrations due to heavy metal accumulation
M Sabeen, Q Mahmood, ZA Bhatti, M Irshad, M Bilal, MT Hayat, U Irshad, ...
Saudi journal of biological sciences 27 (5), 1368-1374, 2020
Organic micropollutants in the environment: ecotoxicity potential and methods for remediation
M Arslan, I Ullah, JA Müller, N Shahid, M Afzal
Enhancing Cleanup of Environmental Pollutants: Volume 1: Biological …, 2017
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