Phenolic removal in a model olive oil mill wastewater using Pleurotus ostreatus in bioreactor cultures and biological evaluation of the process.

@article{Aggelis2003PhenolicRI,
  title={Phenolic removal in a model olive oil mill wastewater using Pleurotus ostreatus in bioreactor cultures and biological evaluation of the process.},
  author={George Aggelis and D Iconomou and Maria A C Christou and Dimitrios Bokas and S Kotzailias and Georgios Christou and Vassiliki Tsagou and Spyros Papanikolaou},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2003},
  volume={37 16},
  pages={3897-904}
}
Pleurotus ostreatus grown in bioreactor batch cultures in a model phenolic wastewater (diluted and sterilized olive oil mill wastewater-OMW), caused significant phenolic removal. Laccase, the sole ligninolytic enzyme detected in the growth environment, was produced during primary metabolic growth. The bioprocess was simulated with the aid of a mathematical model and the parameters of growth were determined. When the fungal biomass was increased in the reactor (during repeated batch experiments… CONTINUE READING

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