Removal of nitrate from water by foam-immobilizedPhormidium laminosum in batch and continuous-flow bioreactors

@article{Garbisu2004RemovalON,
  title={Removal of nitrate from water by foam-immobilizedPhormidium laminosum in batch and continuous-flow bioreactors},
  author={Carlos Garbisu and J Miquel Gil and Michael J. Bazin and David O. Hall and Juan Luis Serra},
  journal={Journal of Applied Phycology},
  year={2004},
  volume={3},
  pages={221-234}
}
Cells of the non-N2-fixing cyanobacteriumPhormidium laminosum were immobilized in polyurethane (PU) foams either by absorption or by entrapment in the PU prepolymer followed by polymerisation and by adsorption onto polyvinyl (PV) foams. Although entrapment caused toxicity problems which lead to rapid death of the immobilized cells, they were immobilized successfully by adsorption onto PU or PV foams and maintained their photosynthetic electron transport activities (PS I, II, I + II) for at… CONTINUE READING
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