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- Huang, Yili; Wang, Yanli; Feng, Hao; Wang, Jianghuai; Yang, Xu; Wang, Zewei
- International biodeterioration & biodegradation 2019 v.138 pp. 78-86
- Acinetobacter; Burkholderia; Halomonas; Pseudomonas; Rhizobium; bacteria; bioremediation; chromium; genes; genome mining; heavy metals; phenanthrenes; pollutants; prediction; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction
- ... Bacteria capable of simultaneously degrading organic pollutants and resisting heavy metal contamination are vitally important in bioremediation. However, such bacteria are difficult to obtain and our understanding of their potential use in remediation remains limited. Here, using rhd and chrA as gene markers for PAHs-degradation and Cr (Ⅵ)-resistance, genome mining revealed that 11.62% of surveyed ...
- Granatto, C.F.; Macedo, T.Z.; Gerosa, L.E.; Sakamoto, I.K.; Silva, E.L.; Varesche, M.B.A.
- International biodeterioration & biodegradation 2019 v.138 pp. 23-32
- Clostridium; Geobacter; Methanosaeta; Synergistes; Syntrophus; bacteria; bioremediation; chemical oxygen demand; chromium; copper; indolizines; iron; lead; limonene; manganese; nickel; organic acids and salts; phenol; sewage; sludge; species diversity; xenobiotics; zinc
- ... Sanitary sewage composed of 6.2 ± 3.2 mgLAS L−1, low diversity of organic acids (21.4 ± 18.9 and 2.1 ± 3.9 mg L−1, for acetic and propionic, respectively), metals (Fe, Zn, Pb, Mn, Ni, Cr, Cu) and xenobiotic compounds (limonene, terpinene, phenol, indolizine) were used in the pilot-scale EGSB reactor feed (69 L). For influent load of 1.4 ± 0.7 mgLAS gVS−1d−1 and 50 ± 15 mgCOD gVS−1 d−1, removal eff ...