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thermophilic anaerobic digestion of swine manure with sulfamethoxazole and norfloxacin: Dynamics of microbialcommunities and evolution of resistance genes

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 5, doi: 10.1007/s11783-020-1342-x

Abstract:

• SMX addition had negative effect on acetoclastic methanogens in mesophilic AD.

Keywords: Pig manure     Antibiotics     Anaerobic digestion     Resistance genes     Microbial community    

Using pyrosequencing and quantitative PCR to analyze microbial communities

Husen ZHANG

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2011, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 21-27 doi: 10.1007/s11783-011-0303-9

Abstract: New high-throughput technologies continue to emerge for studying complex microbial communities.In this review, the principles of these two methods and their complementary applications in studying microbialThree examples in which pyrosequencing and QPCR were used together to define and quantify members of microbialcommunities are provided: in the human large intestine, in a methanogenic digester whose sludge wasmade more bioavailable by a high-voltage pretreatment, and on the biofilm anode of a microbial electrolytic

Keywords: polymerase chain reaction (PCR)     microbial communities     pyrosequencing     gut     microbial fuel cell     sludge    

INTERCROPPING TEA PLANTATIONS WITH SOYBEAN AND RAPESEED ENHANCES NITROGEN FIXATION THROUGH SHIFTS IN SOIL MICROBIALCOMMUNITIES

Frontiers of Agricultural Science and Engineering 2022, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 344-355 doi: 10.15302/J-FASE-2022451

Abstract:

● Intercropping change soil bacterial communities in tea plantations

Keywords: intercropping     rapeseed     soil microbe     soybean     tea garden    

Removal of tetrachlorobisphenol A and the effects on bacterial communities in a hybrid sequencing biofilm

Xiaohui Wang, Shuai Du, Tao Ya, Zhiqiang Shen, Jing Dong, Xiaobiao Zhu

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2019, Volume 13, Issue 1, doi: 10.1007/s11783-019-1097-4

Abstract:

SBBR-CW system was proposed to effectively treat wastewater containing TCBPA.

CW unit contributed more than SBBR to the removal of TCBPA.

TCBPA changed the composition and structure of bacterial community in the system.

GAOs massively grew in SBBR, but did not deteriorate TP removal efficiency.

Keywords: SBBR     Constructed wetland     Tetrachlorobisphenol A     Microbial community structure    

Nitrogen removal efficiencies and microbial communities in full-scale IFAS and MBBR municipal wastewater

Supaporn Phanwilai, Naluporn Kangwannarakul, Pongsak (Lek) Noophan, Tamao Kasahara, Akihiko Terada, Junko Munakata-Marr, Linda Ann Figueroa

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2020, Volume 14, Issue 6, doi: 10.1007/s11783-020-1374-2

Abstract: Abstract • Two IFAS and two MBBR full-scale systems (high COD:N ratio 8:1) were characterized. • High specific surface area carriers grew and retained slow-growing nitrifiers. • High TN removal is related to high SRT and low DO concentration in anoxic tanks. The relative locations of AOB, NOB, and DNB were examined for three different kinds of carriers in two types of hybrid biofilm process configurations: integrated fixed-film activated sludge (IFAS) and moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) processes. IFAS water resource recovery facilities (WRRFs) used AnodkalnessTM K1 carriers (KC) at Broomfield, Colorado, USA and polypropylene resin carriers (RC) at Fukuoka, Japan, while MBBR WRRFs used KC carriers at South Adams County, Colorado, USA and sponge carriers (SC) at Saga, Japan. Influent COD to N ratios ranged from 8:1 to 15:1. The COD and BOD removal efficiencies were high (96%–98%); NH4+-N and TN removal efficiencies were more varied at 72%–98% and 64%–77%, respectively. The extent of TN removal was higher at high SRT, high COD:N ratio and low DO concentration in the anoxic tank. In IFAS, RC with high specific surface area (SSA) maintained higher AOB population than KC. Sponge carriers with high SSA maintained higher overall bacteria population than KC in MBBR systems. However, the DNB were not more abundant in high SSA carriers. The diversity of AOB, NOB, and DNB was fairly similar in different carriers. Nitrosomonas sp. dominated over Nitrosospira sp. while denitrifying bacteria included Rhodobacter sp., Sulfuritalea sp., Rubrivivax sp., Paracoccus sp., and Pseudomonas sp. The results from this work suggest that high SRT, high COD:N ratio, low DO concentration in anoxic tanks, and carriers with greater surface area may be recommended for high COD, BOD and TN removal in WRRFs with IFAS and MBBR systems.

Keywords: IFAS     MBBR     AnodkalnessTM K1 carrier     Polypropylene resin carrier     Sponge carrier    

Spatial and seasonal variations in bacterial communities of the Yellow Sea by T-RFLP analysis

Hongyuan WANG, Xiaolu JIANG, Ya HE, Huashi GUAN

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2009, Volume 3, Issue 2,   Pages 194-199 doi: 10.1007/s11783-009-0018-3

Abstract: harbor) at the Yellow Sea were chosen to investigate the spatial and seasonal variations in bacterial communities

Keywords: terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (T-RFLP)     bacterial community structure     marine microbial    

functional gene microarrays in the analysis of the functional diversity, composition, and structure of microbialcommunities

Zhili HE, Joy D. VAN NOSTRAND, Ye DENG, Jizhong ZHOU

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2011, Volume 5, Issue 1,   Pages 1-20 doi: 10.1007/s11783-011-0301-y

Abstract: Functional gene arrays (FGAs) are a special type of microarrays containing probes for key genes involved in microbialand demonstrated to be a powerful tool for rapid, specific, sensitive, and quantitative analysis of microbialcommunities in a high-throughput manner.investigate the functional diversity, composition, structure, function, and dynamics of a variety of microbialcommunities from different habitats, such as water, soil, marine, bioreactor, human microbiome, and

Keywords: functional gene arrays (FGAs)     GeoChip     microbial communities     functional diversity/composition/structure    

Microbial communities biostimulated by ethanol during uranium (VI) bioremediation in contaminated sediment

Mary Beth LEIGH,Wei-Min WU,Erick CARDENAS,Ondrej UHLIK,Sue CARROLL,Terry GENTRY,Terence L. MARSH,Jizhong ZHOU,Philip JARDINE,Craig S. CRIDDLE,James M. TIEDJE

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2015, Volume 9, Issue 3,   Pages 453-464 doi: 10.1007/s11783-014-0721-6

Abstract: Microbial growth and concomitant C-DNA production was detected when ethanol was exhausted and abundantoriginating from ethanol was ultimately utilized for growth, either directly or indirectly, by the dominant microbialThe microbial community was comprised predominantly of known denitrifiers, sulfate-reducing bacteriaVI)-reducing bacteria A , and The findings suggest that ethanol biostimulates the U(VI)-reducing microbialreduction, and acetate which then functions as electron donor for U(VI) reduction and carbon source for microbial

Keywords: Stable isotope probing (SIP)     ethanol     acetate     uranium reduction     sediment     bioremediation    

Response of bacterial communities to short-term pyrene exposure in red soil

Jingjing PENG, Hong LI, Jianqiang SU, Qiufang ZHANG, Junpeng RUI, Chao CAI

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 4,   Pages 559-567 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0501-8

Abstract: short-term microcosm experiments were conducted to identify the immediate effect of pyrene on soil bacterial communitiesThe bacterial communities in the incubated soils were analyzed using 16S rRNA sequencing and terminal

Keywords: pyrene     bacterial communities     terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism     short-term exposure     rank-abundance    

Effects of riparian land use on water quality and fish communities in the headwater stream of the Taizi

Sen DING, Yuan ZHANG, Bin LIU, Weijing KONG, Wei MENG

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2013, Volume 7, Issue 5,   Pages 699-708 doi: 10.1007/s11783-013-0528-x

Abstract: farmland, and residential land were examined to reveal the correlation between stream water and fish communitiesAlthough the riparian forest is important for maintaining habitat diversity and fish communities, theresults found that only fish communities were significantly correlated with the proportion of riparianThis study indicates that effective riparian management can improve water quality and fish communities

Keywords: fish     water quality     land use     riparian buffer     headwater stream    

Characterization of bacterial communities during persistent fog and haze events in the Qingdao coastal

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2021, Volume 15, Issue 3, doi: 10.1007/s11783-020-1334-x

Abstract:

• Light haze had little effect on bacterial communities.

Keywords: Bacterial community     Persistent fog and haze     Particle size    

Responses of microbial interactions to elevated salinity in activated sludge microbial community

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2023, Volume 17, Issue 5, doi: 10.1007/s11783-023-1660-x

Abstract:

● Salinity led to the elevation of NAR over 99.72%.

Keywords: Elevated salinity     Activated sludge system     Pollution removal     Microbial interactions     Competitive relationship    

Spectral characteristics of plant communities from salt marshes: A case study from Chongming Dongtan,

ZHANG Liquan, GAO Zhanguo, Armitage Richard, Kent Martin

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2008, Volume 2, Issue 2,   Pages 187-197 doi: 10.1007/s11783-008-0004-1

Abstract: The spectral reflectance of recently formed salt marshes at the mouth of the Yangtze River, which are undergoing invasion by , were assessed to determine the potential utility of remotely sensed data in assessing future invasion and changes in species composition. Following a review of published research on remote sensing of salt marshes, 53 locations along three transects were sampled for paired data on plant species composition and spectral reflectance using a FieldSpec Pro JR Field Portable Spectroradiometer. Spectral data were processed concerning reflectance, and the averaged reflectance values for each sample were re-analysed to correspond to a 12-waveband bandset of the Compact Airborne Spectral Imager. The spectral data were summarised using principal components analysis (PCA) and the relationships between the vegetation composition, and the PCA axes of spectral data were examined. The first PCA axis of the reflectance data showed a strong correlation with variability in near infrared reflectance and ‘brightness’, while the second axis was correlated with visible reflectance and ‘greenness’. Total vegetation cover, vegetation height, and mudflat cover were all significantly related to the first axis. The implications of this in terms of the ability of remote sensing to distinguish the various salt marsh species and in particular the invasive species were discussed. Major differences in species with various physiognomies could be recognised but problems occurred in separating early colonising from other species at that stage. Further work using multi-seasonal hyperspectral data might assist in solving these problems.

Keywords: Spectral     multi-seasonal hyperspectral     invasive     JR     re-analysed    

Microbial electrolysis cells with biocathodes and driven by microbial fuel cells for simultaneous enhanced

Jingya SHEN,Yuliang SUN,Liping HUANG,Jinhui YANG

Frontiers of Environmental Science & Engineering 2015, Volume 9, Issue 6,   Pages 1084-1095 doi: 10.1007/s11783-015-0805-y

Abstract: Previous tests have primarily examined Cu(II) and Co(II) removal in microbial electrolysis cells (MECs) with abiotic cathodes and driven by microbial fuel cell (MFCs).

Keywords: biocathode     microbial electrolysis cell     microbial fuel cell     Cu(II) removal     Co(II) removal    

Individual environmental behavior: A key role in building low-carbon communities in China

Ping JIANG, Hongjia DONG, Yun ZHU, Adila ALIMUJIANG, Zhenhua ZHANG, Weichun MA

Frontiers in Energy 2018, Volume 12, Issue 3,   Pages 456-465 doi: 10.1007/s11708-018-0566-y

Abstract: campus is a representative type of low-carbon community which is less difficult to build than other communities

Keywords: behavior change     energy saving     low-carbon community     campus of Fudan University     China    

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Effects of riparian land use on water quality and fish communities in the headwater stream of the Taizi

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