Indigenous Halomonas spp., the Potential Nitrifying Bacteria for Saline Ammonium Waste Water Treatment.

@article{Sangnoi2017IndigenousHS,
  title={Indigenous Halomonas spp., the Potential Nitrifying Bacteria for Saline Ammonium Waste Water Treatment.},
  author={Yutthapong Sangnoi and Sunipa Chankaew and Sompong O-thong},
  journal={Pakistan journal of biological sciences : PJBS},
  year={2017},
  volume={20 1},
  pages={52-58}
}
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Toxic nitrogen compounds are one cause decreasing of shrimp production and water pollution. Indigenous Halomonas spp., isolated from Pacific white shrimp farm are benefitted for saline ammonium waste water treatment. This study aimed to isolate the heterotrophic-halophilic Halomonas spp. and investigate their ammonium removal efficiency. MATERIALS AND METHODS Halomonas spp., were isolated by culturing of samples collected from shrimp farm into modified Pep-Beef-AOM… CONTINUE READING