pyridine catabolic process
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&NA; Pyridine is a typical nitrogen heterocyclic and recalcitrant organic compound in coking wastewater. The pyridine‐degrading… Expand Simultaneous pyridine biodegradation and nitrogen removal were successfully achieved in a sequencing batch reactor (SBR) based on… Expand Aerobic granules were successfully cultivated in a sequencing batch reactor (SBR), using a single bacterial strain Rhizobium sp… Expand A Rhodococcus strain, Chr-9, which has the ability to degrade pyridine and phenol and reduce chromium (VI) (Cr (VI)) was isolated… Expand The performance of pyridine degradation by Paracoccus sp. strain KT-5 immobilized on bamboo-based activated carbon was… Expand Pyridine and pyridine based products are of major concern as environmental pollutants due to their recalcitrant, persistent… Expand Aerobic granules cultivated with 500 mg/L phenol medium effectively degraded pyridine at a concentration of 250-2500 mg/L… Expand Aims: To study the effect of co‐contaminants (phenol) on the biodegradation of pyridine by freely suspended and calcium alginate… Expand The effect of the presence of supplementary glucose or acetate on the growth and pyridine-degrading activity of freely suspended… Expand New denitrifying bacteria that could degrade pyridine under both aerobic and anaerobic conditions were isolated from industrial… Expand