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Key microbial populations involved in anaerobic degradation of phenol and p-cresol using different inocula
Background: Anaerobic digestion is an alternative bioprocess used to treat effluents containing toxic compounds such as phenol and p-cresol. Selection of an adequate sludge as inoculum containing anExpand
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Active and total microbial community dynamics and the role of functional genes bamA and mcrA during anaerobic digestion of phenol and p-cresol.
The aim of the present work was to investigate the dynamics of microbial community at DNA and RNA level and the role of bamA and mcrA gene during anaerobic digestion of phenol and p-cresol. AnaerobicExpand
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Correlations between microbial population dynamics, bamA gene abundance and performance of anaerobic sequencing batch reactor (ASBR) treating increasing concentrations of phenol.
The relevant microorganims driving efficiency changes in anaerobic digestion of phenol remains uncertain. In this study correlations were established between microbial population and the processExpand
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Predicting Accumulation of Intermediate Compounds in Nitrification and Autotrophic Denitrification Processes: A Chemical Approach
Nitrification and sulfur-based autotrophic denitrification processes can be used to remove ammonia from wastewater in an economical way. However, under certain operational conditions, these processesExpand
Tumor óseo de células gigantes en la falange de la mano
Concurre a la consulta un paciente de 42 anos por una tumefaccion global del dedo mayor de la mano derecha, de 4 semanas de evolucion. Tiene como antecedente un traumatismo menor durante su actividadExpand
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Complete Genome Sequence of Pseudomonas chilensis Strain ABC1, Isolated from Soil
Here, we report the complete genome sequence of Pseudomonas chilensis strain ABC1, which was isolated from a soil interstitial water sample collected at the University Adolfo Ibañez, Valparaiso,Expand
Assessment of a fast method to predict the biochemical methane potential based on biodegradable COD obtained by fractionation respirometric tests.
The biochemical methane potential test (BMP) is the most common analytical technique to predict the performance of anaerobic digesters. However, this assay is time-consuming (from 20 to over than 100Expand
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