[Effects of nitrogen on performance and yeast morphology of yeast-SBR system].

Abstract

Effects of nitrogen on yeast cell morphology, settleability and performance of wastewater treatment were investigated in treating oil-containing wastewater by yeast-SBR system. The results show that: nitrogen supply affects directly yeast biomass, settleability, pH and treatment efficiency of system; the absence of nitrogen induces the transformation of certain yeast cells from single cell to hypha morphology. Based on an overall consideration of efficiency and stability of yeast-SBR system, the optimum BOD/N ratio of influent is 20/1. The optimum nitrogen supply can improve wastewater treatment efficiency of systems with different degrees of nitrogen absence and make yeast morphology become the predominant morphology for slightly mycelial system over a short time, but for severe mycelial system, the hypha morphology still keeps dominant.

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@article{L2008EffectsON, title={[Effects of nitrogen on performance and yeast morphology of yeast-SBR system].}, author={Wen-zhou L{\"{u} and Ying Liu and He-ping Chen and Jian-lin Zhu}, journal={Huan jing ke xue= Huanjing kexue}, year={2008}, volume={29 5}, pages={1348-52} }