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Municipal wastewater treatment for different reuses
Evaluation of an appropriate technique for municipal wastewater purification to produce an effluent suitable for different reuses were carried out. Two‐stage pilot plant schemes were investigated.Expand
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Toxic Effect of Certain Metals Mixture on Some Physiological and Morphological Characteristics of Freshwater Algae
The toxic effect of multi metals mixture which exist simultaneously in aquatic ecosystem on natural phytoplankton assemblages (green algae, blue-green algae and diatoms) was studied. For this purposeExpand
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Drinking Water Treatment Options for Eliminating Freshwater Algae
A massive mixed algal growth may have many adverse effects on the water quality and causes acute problems, especially in different treatment steps for the production of drinking water. TheExpand
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Effect of Nile River water quality on algal distribution at Cairo, Egypt
Abstract Changes of phytoplankton density and their relation to physicochemical characteristics along the Nile River have been noted in the Cairo district between 1976 and 1982. Three majorExpand
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Effect of cadmium, copper and chromium (VI) on the growth of nile water algae
The Algal Assay Procedure Bottle Test was used to investigate the effect of Cd, Cu, and Cr (VI) on the growth of Nile water algae. The results of this investigation indicated that Cd has slightExpand
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Growth response of Scenedesmus to different concentrations of copper, cadmium, nickel, zinc, and lead
The fresh water alga Scenedesmus was cultured in graded concentration of Cu, Cd, Ni, Zn, and Pb to evaluate the effect of these cations on the growth response of Scenedesmus. The effectiveExpand
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Uptake and accumulation of selected herbicides by the freshwater alga scenedesmus
An algal toxicity bioassay using a continuous culture was investigated with respect to the herbicides dicryl and Bladex® (cyanazine) in order to evaluate the effect of increasing dosages of appliedExpand
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Methane and algal production from poultry waste and its public health aspects
Abstract The results of this study indicate that the optimum solids concentrations for anaerobic digestion of poultry waste was 8% at incubation temperatures of 22 and 37 °C. Changes in theExpand
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Water Quality Changes in River Nile Cairo, Egypt.
A study of the water quality changes of River Nile were conducted from July 2007 to January 2009. The study is carried out at six sites along the River Nile, at Cairo district. A total of 23 waterExpand
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