Population dynamics of nitrifying bacteria for nitritation achieved in Johannesburg (JHB) process treating municipal wastewater.

@article{Zeng2014PopulationDO,
  title={Population dynamics of nitrifying bacteria for nitritation achieved in Johannesburg (JHB) process treating municipal wastewater.},
  author={Wei Zeng and Xinlong Bai and Limin Zhang and Anqi Wang and Yongzhen Peng},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={162},
  pages={30-7}
}
Population dynamic of nitrifying bacteria was investigated for nitrogen removal from municipal wastewater. Nitritation was established with nitrite accumulation ratios above 85%. Quantitative PCR indicated that Nitrospira was dominant nitrite oxidizing bacteria (NOB) and Nitrobacter was few. During nitritation achieving, Nitrobacter was firstly eliminated, along with inhibition of Nitrospira bioactivities, then Nitrospira percentage declined and was finally washed out. Nitritation establishment… CONTINUE READING
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