Genome-centric microbiome analysis reveals solid retention time (SRT)-shaped species interactions and niche differentiation in food waste and sludge co-digesters.

@article{Wang2020GenomecentricMA,
  title={Genome-centric microbiome analysis reveals solid retention time (SRT)-shaped species interactions and niche differentiation in food waste and sludge co-digesters.},
  author={Chunxiao Wang and Yubo Wang and Yulin Wang and Kin-Kuen Cheung and Feng Ju and Yu Xia and Tong Zhang},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2020},
  volume={181},
  pages={
          115858
        }
}
Pilot study on urban sewage treatment with micro-pressure double-cycle reactor
To solve the practical problem of difficulty in upgrading the standard of the urban sewage treatment plant caused by the high concentration of influent suspended solids (SS) and the low temperature
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