23 June 2009

Special issue:Environmental Biotechnology: Part 3

International Journal of Environment and Pollution 38(1/2) 2009
  • Biosorption of Cu(II) and Zn(II) by intact and pre-treated biomass of Oscillatoria planctonica
  • Effects of exogenous citric acid and malic acid addition on nickel uptake and translocation in leaf mustard (Brassica juncea var. foliosa Bailey) and Alyssum corsicum
  • Zn and Cd hyperaccumulating characteristics of Picris divaricata Vant.
  • Treatment of landfill leachate by effective microorganisms
  • Bioremoval of colour from textile wastewater by sequencing batch reactor and biotechnological methods
  • Treatment of black liquor of paper-making by combined process of acid-producing white rot fungus – anaerobic hydrolysis – contact oxidation – internal electrolysis
  • Treatment of oil-field produced water by combined process of Anaerobic Baffled Reactor (ABR)-Biological Aerated Filter (BAF): a pilot study
  • Treatment of cornstalk fibrous pulp wastewater using Anaerobic Baffled Reactor (ABR): effect of shock loading rates
  • Study on Fully Coupled Activated Sludge Model No. 1 (FCASM1) for wastewater treatment biological processes
  • Degradability of n-hexadecane by Bacillus cereus DQ01 isolated from oil contaminated soil from Daqing oil field, China
  • Optimisation of lactic acid fermentation from beet molasses by strain FD173
  • The suitable phosphorus concentration level for restoration by duckweed
  • Treatment of odour containing hydrogen sulphide released from pharmaceutical wastewater treatment plant with SBR process by bio-trickling filter
  • Detection of enteroviruses from water samples using optimised RT-PCR with universal primers
  • Rapid detection of pathogenic bacteria in surface water by PCR with universal primer
  • Removal of bromate and natural organic matter by using biologically activated carbon
  • The influence of aeration rate on partial nitrification in sequencing batch reactor
  • Biodegradation of plasticiser di-n-butyl phthalate by immobilised microbial cells
  • Isolation of a freshwater cyanophage (F1) capable of infecting Anabaena flos-aquae and its potentials in the control of water bloom

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