microalgae and wastewater treatment - pubmed central (pmc)

Microalgae and wastewater treatment - PubMed Central (PMC)

5. Microalgae for wastewater treatment. The history of the commercial use of algal cultures spans about 75 years with application to wastewater treatment and mass production of different strains such as Chlorella and Dunaliella.

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microalgae and wastewater treatment.

Microalgae and wastewater treatment.

1. Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 1995 Aug;31(3):205-10. Microalgae and wastewater treatment. Hammouda O(1), Gaber A, Abdel-Raouf N. Author information: (1)Botany Department, Faculty of Science, Cairo University, Beni-Suef Branch, Egypt. The performance of microalgae aquaculture wastewater treatment system predominated mainly by Scenedesmus and Chlorella was assessed.

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microalgae and wastewater treatment | municipal sewer

Microalgae and Wastewater Treatment | Municipal Sewer

Given time, we can expect to see further research on and use of microalgae in wastewater treatment. Efforts to implement microalgae processes into wastewater treatment can be costly. Finding alternative funding methods may be a route your operation wants to consider. Learn more about public and private grants available to wastewater operations

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microalgae-based advanced municipal wastewater treatment

Microalgae-based advanced municipal wastewater treatment

Samorì G, Samorì C, Guerrini F, Pistocchi R (2013) Growth and nitrogen removal capacity of Desmodesmus communis and of a natural microalgae consortium in a batch culture system in view of urban wastewater treatment: part I. Water Res 47:791–801 PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar

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microalgae and sustainable wastewater treatment: a review

Microalgae and sustainable wastewater treatment: a Review

microalgae and sustainable wastewater treatment: a review Department of Civil Engineering, Bay ero University, PMB 3011, Kano, Nige ria Departamento de Engenharia Sanita ria e Ambiental

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water | free full-text | scenario analysis of nutrient

Water | Free Full-Text | Scenario Analysis of Nutrient

Microalgae can be used for the treatment of municipal wastewater. The application of microalgal biofilms in wastewater treatment systems seems attractive, being able to remove nitrogen, phosphorus and COD from wastewater at a short hydraulic retention time. This study therefore investigates the area requirement, achieved effluent concentrations and biomass production of a hypothetical large

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Isolation, Identification and - Europe PMC

Isolation of Axenic Uniclonal Cultures. Wastewater sampled from the Jimei wastewater plant (Xiamen, China) was serially diluted from 10 to 10 5 times and plated on sterile agar plates prepared by adding 1.5% agar to BG11 medium .In this study no specific permissions were required for the location, which is one of the public wastewater treatment plants in Xiamen.

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microalgae-based wastewater treatment - sciencedirect

Microalgae-based Wastewater Treatment - ScienceDirect

1. Introduction. Maturation and facultative ponds provide simple and cost-effective wastewater treatment (WWT) capabilities that are used by thousands of communities worldwide (Shilton, 2005).However, while microalgae contribute to pollutant removal in these systems (Rittmann and McCarty, 2001), neither facultative nor maturation ponds are specifically designed and operated to optimize algal

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microalgae in aquaculture: a review with special

Microalgae in Aquaculture: A Review with Special

Microalgal biotechnology has gained considerable importance in recent decades and its use is extending day by day into several areas like nutraceutical research, renewable energy source, production of essential biomolecules like β-carotene, astaxanthin, PUFA, bio colorant production, wastewater treatment, bioremediation and aquaculture etc. Among all these, microalgae as a source of nutrition

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evaluation of native microalgae from tunisia using the

Evaluation of native microalgae from Tunisia using the

Microalgae are attracting much attention as a promising feedstock for renewable energy production, while simultaneously providing environmental benefits. So far, comparison studies for microalgae selection for this purpose were mainly based on data obtained from batch cultures, where the lipid content and the growth rate were the main selection parameters.

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mixotrophic cultivation of chlorococcum sp. under non

Mixotrophic cultivation of Chlorococcum sp. under non

A number of business opportunities may arise from microalgae and wastewater treatment becoming an integrated system, as biofuels and high-added value products could be obtained simultaneously. This study, performed under controlled and non-controlled conditions, aimed at cultivating Chlorococcum sp. using a digestate from pig manure as culture medium and assessing its growth and biochemical

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microalgal/cyanobacterial biofilm formation on selected

Microalgal/cyanobacterial biofilm formation on selected

The increased interest in photosynthetic microorganisms for wastewater treatment processes has led to the demand for new biomass harvesting strategies. Biofilm systems have emerged as a good alternative to planktonic photosynthetic cultures. However, knowledge on the environmental aspects influencing microalgal/cyanobacterial biofilm formation is required.

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Toggle facets Limit your search Text Availability. Citation in PubAg 2,675,428; Full Text 294,014

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final opportunity to rehabilitate an urban river

Final Opportunity to Rehabilitate an Urban River

This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractThe aim of this study was to evaluate the amount and quality of water in the Magdalena-Eslava river system and...

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Chlorella vulgaris; ammonium nitrate; biomass production; bioreactors; microalgae; nitrogen; oxygen; photosynthesis; viability; wastewater; wastewater treatment Abstract: In this study, a submerged membrane was installed in a bioreactor to treat N-riched wastewater and obtain high biomass productivity.

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compensatory ingestion upon dietary restriction

Compensatory ingestion upon dietary restriction

Microalgae play a critical role as a sustainable and abundant source of natural antioxidant compounds, leading to a potential market for microalgae-based food or feed supplements.

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biomass and lipid induction strategies in microalgae

Biomass and lipid induction strategies in microalgae

The use of fossil fuels has been strongly related to critical problems currently affecting society, such as: global warming, global greenhouse effects and pollution. These problems have affected the homeostasis of living organisms worldwide at an alarming rate. Due to this, it is imperative to look for alternatives to the use of fossil fuels and one of the relevant substitutes are biofuels.

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safety assessment of dha-rich microalgae

Safety assessment of DHA-rich microalgae

Safety assessment of DHA-rich microalgae from Schizochytrium sp. IV. Mutagenicity studies Article · Literature Review in Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 35(2 Pt 1):255-65 · May 2002 with

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detection of extended-spectrum beta - bmc research notes

Detection of extended-spectrum beta - BMC Research Notes

This study was aimed to determine prevalence and resistance pattern like multidrug resistant (MDR) or ESBL nature of E. coli and Klebsiella spp. from various sewage drain samples with an idea to deliver baseline information that could be utilized for defining guidelines for the treatment of hospital sewages. Of 10 sewage samples analyzed, 7 (70%) contained E. coli while 6 (60%) contained

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evaluation of native microalgae from tunisia using the

Evaluation of native microalgae from Tunisia using the

Microalgae are attracting much attention as a promising feedstock for renewable energy production, while simultaneously providing environmental benefits. So far, comparison studies for microalgae selection for this purpose were mainly based on data obtained from batch cultures, where the lipid content and the growth rate were the main selection parameters.

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exploiting diversity and synthetic biology for the

Exploiting diversity and synthetic biology for the

Producing algal biofuel exploits the ability of algae to produce oils using only sunlight, carbon dioxide and water. Microalgae accumulate oil as nonpolar storage lipids, such as triacylglycerides

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economic feasibility of gasoline production

Economic feasibility of gasoline production

The wastewater and solid waste treatment costs were based on local regulations in Hong Kong while transportation fixed cost and variable cost were set at RMB 24.3/m 3 ·km and RMB 0.25/ m 3 ·km, respectively with driving speed consideration of 64 km/hr. .

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enhanced performance of the microalga - scientific reports

Enhanced performance of the microalga - Scientific Reports

Remote effects (occurring without physical contact) of two plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB) Azospirillum brasilense Cd and Bacilus pumilus ES4 on growth of the green microalga Chlorella

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safety assessment of dha-rich microalgae

Safety assessment of DHA-rich microalgae

The integration of POME treatment by microalgae culturing will potentially reduce the wastewater treatment retention time and eliminate toxic elements, which are nutrients for the microalgae.

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economic feasibility of gasoline production

Economic feasibility of gasoline production

PubMed PubMed Central Article CAS Google Scholar 17. Barrera I, Amezcua-Allieri MA, Estupiñan L, Martínez T, Aburto J. Technical and economical evaluation of bioethanol production from lignocellulosic residues in Mexico: case of sugarcane and blue agave bagasses.

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The detection of increasing concentrations of tetrabromobisphenol A (TBBPA) in wastewater treatment plants is raising concerns as TBBPA has been identified as a potentially toxic flame retardant. The objectives of this study were to evaluate the effect of acetate biostimulation on TBBPA microbial reductive debromination, and the response of

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The increasing sludge generated in wastewater treatment plants poses a threat to the environment. Based on the traditional processes, sludge dewatered by usual methods was further dewatered by hydraulic compression and the filtrate released was treated by anaerobic fermentation.

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blog — environmental health symposium

Blog — Environmental Health Symposium

PubMed PMID: 28865460; PubMed Central PMCID: PMC5581466. [7] Rhoades MG, Meza JL, Beseler CL, Shea PJ, Kahle A, Vose JM, Eskridge KM, Spalding RF. Atrazine and nitrate in public drinking water supplies and non-hodgkin lymphoma in Nebraska, USA.

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assessment of affinity and specificity of azospirillum

Assessment of affinity and specificity of Azospirillum

Azospirillum spp. are the most studied plant growth-promoting bacteria (PGPB). The genus represents a common model for plant-bacteria interactions. This genus was initially isolated and tested on cereals and was subsequently commercialized. Despite claims of plant specificity, particularly towards cereals, data over the past 40 years does not appear to substantiate claims of such specificity

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advances in plant growth-promoting bacterial inoculant

Advances in plant growth-promoting bacterial inoculant

Inoculation of plants to enhance yield of crops and performance of other plants is a century old, proven technology for rhizobia and a newer venue for plant growth-promoting bacteria and other plant symbionts. The two main aspects dominating the success of inoculation are the effectiveness of the bacterial isolate and the proper application technology. An assessment of practical aspects of

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studies on biological test of formulated diets

Studies on Biological Test of Formulated Diets

Introduction. The market share of the crab, Portunus pelagicus, at the international level from year to year tends to increase, with the main markets in Singapore, Japan, the Netherlands, France, USA, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, etc 1–4.The high market value of, and high demand for, crabs in the global market provide a strong stimulus for their intensive culture.

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bioethanol production using vegetable peels... | f1000research

Bioethanol production using vegetable peels... | F1000Research

Read the original article in full on F1000Research: Bioethanol production using vegetable peels medium and the effective role of cellulolytic bacterial (Bacillus subtilis) pre-treatment Read the latest article version by Salman Khan Promon, Wasif Kamal, Shafkat Shamim Rahman, M. Mahboob Hossain, Naiyyum Choudhury, at F1000Research.

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