Biodegradation of phenol using Corynebacterium sp. DJ1 aerobic granules.

@article{Ho2009BiodegradationOP,
  title={Biodegradation of phenol using Corynebacterium sp. DJ1 aerobic granules.},
  author={K C Ho and Bin Lin and Yu-You Chen and D. -C. Lee},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={100 21},
  pages={5051-5}
}
The single-culture Corynebacterium sp. DJ1 aerobic granules were cultivated and were utilized to degrade high-strength phenolic wastewater. These granules can degrade phenol at sufficient high rate without severe inhibitory effects up to phenol concentration of 2000 mg l(-1). Furthermore, the kinetic characteristic noted for these granules yields a zero-order phenol degradation behavior with 500-1500 mg l(-1) phenol, which facilitates reactor design and scale up. With added acetate to promote… CONTINUE READING

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