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- Zhou, Lijie; Zhuang, Wei-Qin; De Costa, Yashika; Xia, Siqing
- Chemosphere 2019 v.223 pp. 148-156
- Thiotrichaceae, etc ; Comamonadaceae; activated sludge; bacterial communities; bacterial proteins; dominant species; flocculation; membrane bioreactors; nanoparticles; organic matter; phylogeny; products and commodities; protein secretion; titanium dioxide; viability; wastewater treatment; Show all 16 Subjects
- ... With the rapid development and application of consumer products containing nanoparticles (NPs), especially titanium dioxide (TiO2) NPs, the potential effects of suspended NPs on wastewater treatment has been a concern over the recent years. This study investigated the potential effects of suspended TiO2 NPs on activated sludge flocculation properties in a membrane bioreactor (MBR). Results showed ...
- Barreto, Chelsea R.; Morrissey, E. M.; Wykoff, D. D.; Chapman, S. K.
- Wetlands 2018 v.38 no.3 pp. 497-508
- Thiotrichaceae, etc ; Acidobacteria; Caldithrix; Fibrobacteres; Nitrospirae; Tepidibacter; carbon; carbon sequestration; community structure; ecosystems; mangroves; microbial communities; organic matter; rooting; salt marshes; sediments; soil microorganisms; wetland soils; Florida; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... Coastal ecosystems such as mangroves and salt marshes store large amounts of carbon due to high rates of plant productivity and low organic matter decomposition rates in anoxic soils. As woody mangroves continue to encroach into herbaceous salt marshes, it is important to understand how these wetland biomes differ in soil microbial communities. Mangroves and marsh plants have different rooting str ...
- Goffredi, Shana K.; Gregory, Ann; Jones, William J.; Morella, Norma M.; Sakamoto, Reid I.
- Molecular ecology 2014 v.23 no.6 pp. 1457-1472
- Thiotrichaceae, etc ; Crustacea; Helicobacteraceae; Methylococcaceae; adults; bacterial communities; community structure; crabs; eggs; juveniles; microorganisms; microscopy; restriction fragment length polymorphism; ribosomal RNA; sequence analysis; symbiosis; Costa Rica; Show all 17 Subjects
- ... Recent investigations have demonstrated that unusually ‘hairy’ yeti crabs within the family Kiwaidae associate with two predominant filamentous bacterial families, the Epsilon and Gammaproteobacteria. These analyses, however, were based on samples collected from a single body region, the setae of pereopods. To more thoroughly investigate the microbiome associated with Kiwa puravida, a yeti crab sp ...