As the Bioremediation Techniques Mind Map suggests, Bioremediation is a process where biological organisms remove or neutralize an environmental pollutant by metabolic process. The "biological" organisms include microscopic organisms, such as fungi, algae, bacteria, and the "remediation" treat the situation. As the sub-branches of the mind map suggest, a chemical compound is transformed or eliminated by the biological action of living organisms.
In addition to this, some of the most common types of Bioremediation are microbial Bioremediation, phytoremediation, and mycoremediation. As shown in the bioremediation technique diagram below, mind maps help academics note down the most important aspects of their studies using only keywords and then connect facts and ideas. The visual representation of these ideas keeps all of the thoughts together on one single diagram, making it easier in the time of need.