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Photosynthetic bacteria in waste treatment.

Robert C. Cooper

Photosynthetic bacteria in waste treatment.

by Robert C. Cooper

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Published by Sanitary Engineering Research Laboratory & School of Public Health in Berkeley .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Photosynthesis.,
  • Water -- Pollution.,
  • Petroleum waste.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliography.

    ContributionsUniversity of California, Berkeley. Sanitary Engineering Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination67 p. :
    Number of Pages67
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15207425M

    The photosynthetic purple bacteria use a variety of hydrogen donors in place of water (e.g. H 2 S or various organic compounds). In some anaerobic photosynthetic bacteria using hydrogen donors other than hydrogen or water (e.g. succinate) not only CO 2 is reduced to NADPH 2 but also atmospheric nitrogen is reduced to ammonia. Such nitrogen fixation occurs at the . Regarding general works, in particular, the reader is guided to a book by Blankenship (), which provides a detailed and accessible account of the light reactions of photosynthesis, and the underlying physical chemistry, and also to a recent book edited by Hunter et al. titled "The Purple Photosynthetic Bacteria" (), which contains.

    @article{osti_, title = {Organic and inorganic waste treatment and simultaneous photoproduction of hydrogen by immobilized photosynthetic bacteria}, author = {Mitsui, A. and Matsunaga, T. and Ikemoto, H. and Renuka, B.R.}, abstractNote = {Photosynthetic bacterial strains isolated from tropical and subtropical marine environments that have high growth and . Purple bacteria or purple photosynthetic bacteria are proteobacteria that are phototrophic, that is, capable of producing their own food via photosynthesis. They are pigmented with bacteriochlorophyll a or b, together with various carotenoids, which give them colours ranging between purple, red, brown, and may be divided into two groups – purple sulfur bacteria .

      Removal of cooking oil from the domestic wastewater was carried out by immobilized photosynthetic bacteria, Rhodobacter shaeroide S (S) and R. shaeroides NR-3 (NR-3). The microorganisms were immobilized in sodium alginate (2%) or agar (2%). We treated 50 g of cooking oil suspended in artificial sewage wastewater under anaerobic dark conditions Cited by: A novel wastewater treatment and biomass cultivation system combining photosynthetic bacteria and membrane bioreactor technology Haifeng Lu, Guangming Zhang, Xiao Dai, Lance Schideman, Yuanhui Zhang, Baoming Li, Hui WangCited by:


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In conclusion, the book is without any doubt the best which is available on the book market in the field of anoxygenic photosynthetic bacteria. This volume is obligatory in all laboratories working in that field, and even those photosynthesis researchers, who use oxygenic organisms, will profit a lot from the papers in that book.5/5(1).

PHOTOSYNTHETIC BACTERIA Pamphlet – January 1, by Norbert Pfennig (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Pamphlet "Please retry" — — Author: Norbert Pfennig. The goal of Wastewater Bacteria is to enable plant operators to achieve the twofold basic objectives of wastewater treatment-to degrade organic wastes to a level where a significant, dissolved oxygen demand is not exerted upon receiving waters and to remove nutrients to levels where photosynthetic organisms in receiving waters are limited in their : $   The goal of Wastewater Bacteria is to enable plant operators to achieve the twofold basic objectives of wastewater treatment-to degrade organic wastes to a level where a significant, dissolved oxygen demand is not exerted upon receiving waters and to remove nutrients to levels where photosynthetic organisms in receiving waters are limited in their.

Photosynthetic bacteria (PSB) have flexible metabolic modes and high tolerance, which enhance the removal of nutrients, heavy metals and organic contaminants efficiency in. strains of photosynthetic bacteria (Z08) to treat brewery wastewater and recycle cells of P light and anaerobic conditions,PSB method showed 88% COD removal.

Photosynthetic bacteria (PSB) were reported to have a great potential in treating varieties of nitrogen-contaminated wastewater. However, their nitrogen metabolic mechanism is still unclear, which was further explored in this by: 1. Anoxygenic photosynthesis is the phototrophic process where light energy is captured and converted to ATP, without the production of oxygen; water is, therefore, not used as an electron donor.

There are several groups of bacteria that undergo anoxygenic photosynthesis: green sulfur bacteria. This study is aimed at enhancing biomass and pigments production together with pollution removal in photosynthetic bacteria (PSB) wastewater treatment via different light sources.

Red, yellow, blue, white LED and incandescent lamp were used. Results showed different light sources had great effects on the by: Wastewater Bacteria is the fifth book in the Wastewater Microbiology Series by John Wiley & series is designed for wastewater personnel, and the series presents a microbiological review of the significant groups of organisms and their roles in wastewater treatment Size: 2MB.

Photosynthetic bacteria (PSB) have flexible metabolic modes and high tolerance, which enhance the removal of nutrients, heavy metals and organic contaminants efficiency in different wastewater. The unique phototrophic growth of PSB breaks the restriction of nutrient metabolism in the CAS : Jiaqi Chen, Jingjing Wei, Chi Ma, Zhongzhu Yang, Zihao Li, Xu Yang, Mingsheng Wang, Huaqing Zhang, J.

Organic carbon recovery and photosynthetic bacteria population in an anaerobic membrane photo-bioreactor treating food processing wastewater Author links open overlay panel S. Chitapornpan a C.

Chiemchaisri a W. Chiemchaisri a R. Honda b c K. Yamamoto bCited by: The high conversion rates of dissolved organic matter into their cell materials are brought by the photoheterotrophic growth of photosynthetic purple nonsulfur bacteria.

Wastewater treatment using purple nonsulfur bacteria under light and anaerobic conditions produces a large amount of useful biomass with little carbon dioxide. Photosynthetic bacteria could bear a lower C/N ratio than bacteria in a traditional wastewater treatment process, but the NH4+-N removal was only.

Photosynthetic bacteria not only can be applied for wastewater treatment, but also are used to generate quality added products such as biodiesel and. Photoproduction of hydrogen by photosynthetic bacteria from sewage and waste water Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Biosciences 18(1).

Kobayashi HA, Stenstrom M and Mah RA () Use of photosynthetic bacteria for hydrogen sulfide removal from anaerobic waste treatment effluent. Water Res – CrossRef Google Scholar Kobayashi M () Role of photosynthetic bacteria in foul water by: 5.

Avoiding unnecessary technical jargon and chemical equations, Wastewater Bacteria, the fifth book in the Wastewater Microbiology Series, explores and explains: Bacteria and the wastewater environment. Enzymes and sludge production. Nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur bacteria.

Floc formation and filamentous cturer: Wiley-Interscience. A suspended growth photobioreactor was utilized to treat pharmaceutical wastewater by a wild strain purple non-sulfur photosynthetic bacterium isolated from the soil. The strain was named Z08 and identified as Rhodobacter-sphaeroides by 16SrDN.

The photobioreactor was illuminated externally with two (40 W) fluorescent compact light sources Cited by:   ABSTRACTPhotosynthetic bacteria (PSB) wastewater treatment technology can simultaneously realize wastewater purification and biomass production.

The produced biomass contains high value-added products, which can be used in medical and agricultural industry. However, because of the small size and high electronegativity, PSB are hard to be collected Cited by: 4. Material recovery from wastewater using photosynthetic bacteria (F.

Nakajima, K. Izu, K. Yamamoto). 5. Water and Wastewater Treatment in Asia, Tropical and Subtropical Regions. Microbial ecology controls the establishment of fecal bacteria in tropical soil environment (R.S.

Fujioka, M.N. Byappanahalli).The goal of Wastewater Bacteria is to enable plant operators to achieve the twofold basic objectives of wastewater treatment-to degrade organic wastes to a level where a significant, dissolved oxygen demand is not exerted upon receiving waters and to remove nutrients to levels where photosynthetic organisms in receiving waters are limited in Reviews: 1.

To investigate the effects of photosynthetic bacteria as additives on water quality, microbial community structure and diversity, a photosynthetic purple non-sulfur bacteria, Rhodopseudamonas palustris, was isolated and used to remove nitrogen in the aquaculture water. The results of water quality showed that the levels of ammonia nitrogen, nitrite nitrogen, Cited by: