Bioaugmentation accelerates the shift of bacterial community structure against shock load: a case study of coking wastewater treatment by zeolite-sequencing batch reactor

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Bioaugmentation with degrading bacteria is an effective method to improve the treatment of refractory industrial wastewater; nevertheless there were controversial opinions about the fate of inoculated bacteria and microbial community dynamics. In this study, two lab-scale sequencing batch reactors filled with modified zeolite were used to treat a coking… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00253-013-4848-3

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@article{Zhang2013BioaugmentationAT, title={Bioaugmentation accelerates the shift of bacterial community structure against shock load: a case study of coking wastewater treatment by zeolite-sequencing batch reactor}, author={Jing Zhang and Donghui Wen and Cui Zhao and Xiaoyan Tang}, journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology}, year={2013}, volume={98}, pages={863-873} }