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Improving production of volatile fatty acids from food waste fermentation by hydrothermal pretreatment.
Food waste (FW) was pretreated by a hydrothermal method and then fermented for volatile fatty acid (VFAs) production. The soluble substance in FW increased after hydrothermal pretreatment (⩽200 °C).Expand
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Quorum sensing and policing of Pseudomonas aeruginosa social cheaters
Significance Cooperation is subject to social cheating. Cheats benefit from the activity of cooperators and gain a fitness advantage. One way higher organisms prevent infiltration by cheats isExpand
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Bioaugmentation with the nicotine-degrading bacterium Pseudomonas sp. HF-1 in a sequencing batch reactor treating tobacco wastewater: degradation study and analysis of its mechanisms.
The highly effective nicotine-degrading bacterium Pseudomonas sp. HF-1 was augmented in an SBR system that is used to treat tobacco wastewater. Compared to the non-bioaugmented (non-BA) system, theExpand
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A novel nicotine catabolic plasmid pMH1 in Pseudomonas sp. strain HF-1.
Attempts were made to acquire a plasmid-loss mutant via various methods (spontaneous mutation, SDS, and mitomycin C), among which the method involving mitomycin C (10 microg/mL) has been provenExpand
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Low levels of lead exposure induce oxidative damage and DNA damage in the testes of the frog Rana nigromaculata
We have investigated the chronic effects of low concentrations of lead (Pb) on oxidative damage and DNA damage in testes of the frog Rana nigromaculata. Sixty adult male frogs were randomly dividedExpand
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The effect of carbon sources on nitrogen removal performance in bioelectrochemical systems.
In order to ascertain the effects of different carbon sources (methanol, glucose, starch and NaHCO(3)) on denitrification in BESs, the experiment was conducted in a constant current, 3.5 of chemicalExpand
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Acidogenic fermentation characteristics of different types of protein-rich substrates in food waste to produce volatile fatty acids.
In this study, tofu and egg white, representing typical protein-rich substrates in food waste based on vegetable and animal protein, respectively, were investigated for producing volatile fatty acidsExpand
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Nicotine degradation by two novel bacterial isolates of Acinetobacter sp. TW and Sphingomonas sp. TY and their responses in the presence of neonicotinoid insecticides
Two novel nicotine-degrading bacterial strains were isolated from tobacco waste and identified as Acinetobacter sp. TW and Sphingomonas sp. TY based on morphology, physiological and biochemicalExpand
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Isolation, identification and characterization of a novel Ralstonia sp. FD-1, capable of degrading 4-fluoroaniline
A gram-negative strain, designated as FD-1, isolated from aerobic activated sludge was capable of metabolizing 4-fluoroaniline (4-FA) as its sole carbon and nitrogen source and energy supply.Expand
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A sustainable method for effective regulation of anaerobic granular sludge: artificially increasing the concentration of signal molecules by cultivating a secreting strain.
This study introduces sustainable quorum sensing (QS) granulation for anaerobic granular sludge (AnGS) and investigates the efficiency of three types of signal molecules on regulating AnGSExpand
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