• characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater and its application in sludge dewatering. Guo J(1), Zhang Y, Zhao J, Zhang Y, Xiao X, Wang B, Shu B. Author information: (1)College of Resources and Environment, Chengdu University of Information Technology, Chengdu, Sichuan, 610225, China, [email protected]

  • characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    2015-04-09· A bioflocculant was produced by using potato starch wastewater; its potential in sludge dewatering and potato starch wastewater treatment was investigated. Production of this bioflocculant was positively associated with cell growth, and a highest value of 0.81 g/L was obtained. When incubated with this bioflocculant, dry solids (DS) and specific resistance to filtration (SRF) of typical

  • characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

    Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

    This study investigated the characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant prepared using potato starch wastewater. The optimal culture conditions of this strain were determined as

  • characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater and its application in sludge dewatering Article in Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 99(13) · April 2015 with 35 Reads

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    Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

    2015-04-24· Abstract. This study investigated the characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant prepared using potato starch wastewater. The optimal culture conditions of this strain were determined as 4 g K 2 HPO 4, 2 g KH 2 PO 4, 0.2 g MgSO 4, 0.1 g NaCl, and 2.0 g urea dissolved in 1.0 L potato starch wastewater with no need of adding carbon sources or adjusting pH value.

  • characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    With potato starch wastewater, chemical oxygen demand (COD) and turbidity removal rates could reach 52.4 and 81.7%, respectively, at pH value of 7.5 when the bioflocculant dose was adjusted to 30 mg/L; from a practical standpoint, the removal of COD and turbidity reached 48.3 and 72.5%, respectively, without pH value adjustment.

  • characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

    Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

    Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2015; 99(14):5855-61 (ISSN: 1432-0614) Guo J; Lau AK; Zhang Y; Zhao J. This study investigated the characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant prepared using potato starch wastewater. The optimal culture

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    Isolation, identification, and characterization of an

    2018-01-05· 1. PLoS One. 2018 Jan 5;13(1):e0190236. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0190236. eCollection 2018. Isolation, identification, and characterization of an Aspergillus niger bioflocculant-producing strain using potato starch wastewater as nutrilite and its application.

  • isolation, identification, and characterization of an

    Isolation, identification, and characterization of an

    A bioflocculant (MBFA18) was produced by Aspergillus niger (A18) using potato starch wastewater (PSW) as nutrients. The cultivation processes and flocculating treatment for PSW purification were systematically studied. The flocculating rate of the MBFA 18 achieved 90.06% (kaolin clay) under the optimal cultivation condition (PSW with 5950 mg/L COD, 20 g/L glucose, 0.2 g/L urea and without

  • fermentation and kinetics characteristics of a

    Fermentation and kinetics characteristics of a

    Potato starch wastewater was used as fermentation medium for Rhodococcus erythropolis to produce bioflocculant. Kinetics of cell growth and bioflocculant production were firstly constructed. After

  • characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    A bioflocculant was produced by using potato starch wastewater; its potential in sludge dewatering and potato starch wastewater treatment was investigated. Production of this bioflocculant was...

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    (PDF) Isolation, identification, and characterization

    2018-01-05· This study investigated the characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant prepared using potato starch wastewater. The optimal culture conditions of this strain were determined as

  • characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    With potato starch wastewater, chemical oxygen demand (COD) and turbidity removal rates could reach 52.4 and 81.7 %, respectively, at pH value of 7.5 when the bioflocculant dose was adjusted to 30 mg/L; from a practical standpoint, the removal of COD and turbidity reached 48.3 and 72.5 %, respectively, without pH value adjustment. Agid: 4386494

  • isolation, identification, and characterization of an

    Isolation, identification, and characterization of an

    RESEARCH ARTICLE Isolation, identification, and characterization of an Aspergillus niger bioflocculant-producing strain using potato starch wastewater as

  • characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

    Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

    Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol. 2015; 99(14):5855-61 (ISSN: 1432-0614) Guo J; Lau AK; Zhang Y; Zhao J. This study investigated the characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant prepared using potato starch wastewater. The optimal culture

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    Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a

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  • preparation and characteristics of bioflocculants

    Preparation and characteristics of bioflocculants

    In this study the feasibility of preparing bioflocculant from excess biological sludge was investigated. Hydrochloric acid was used to disintegrate sludge to prepare bioflocculant. The effects of acid dosage and flocculating conditions were studied. The optimized disintegration conditions was that acid dosage was 10 mL for 50 mL sludge suspension.

  • fermentation and kinetics characteristics of a

    Fermentation and kinetics characteristics of a

    2018-02-26· Potato starch wastewater was used as fermentation medium for Rhodococcus erythropolis to produce bioflocculant. Kinetics of cell growth and bioflocculant production were firstly constructed. After fermentation for 60 h, 0.97 g of bioflocculant with polysaccharides nature was extracted from 1 L of fermentation liquor.

  • fermentation and kinetics characteristics of a

    Fermentation and kinetics characteristics of a

    Potato starch wastewater was used as fermentation medium for Rhodococcus erythropolis to produce bioflocculant. Kinetics of cell growth and bioflocculant production were firstly constructed. After

  • preparation and application of a novel bioflocculant

    Preparation and application of a novel bioflocculant

    A complex bioflocculant MBF917 was prepared by Rhizopus sp. M9 and M17 using potato starch wastewater (PSW) as nutrilite, and its flocculation characteristics of treating PSW were studied. Culture conditions of the two strains were optimized, and flocculating conditions of the bioflocculant for treating PSW were also investigated.

  • characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater and its application in sludge dewatering 2016-07-02 12:28 审核人: Junyuan Guo, Yuzhe Zhang, Jing Zhao,et al.Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater and its application in sludge dewatering.Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology.2015,99(13):5429-5437.

  • preparation and application of a novel bioflocculant

    Preparation and application of a novel bioflocculant

    2014-06-01· Read "Preparation and application of a novel bioflocculant by two strains of Rhizopus sp. using potato starch wastewater as nutrilite, Bioresource Technology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • screening of high-performance flocculant-producing

    Screening of high-performance flocculant-producing

    Table 3. Isolation Sources of the Bacteria and Surface Characterization of the Colony. After the preliminary and secondary screening, a novel bioflocculant-producing bacterium with a high and stable flocculating activity, named M1, was isolated from the activated sludge, and the initial flocculating degree was up to 72.1%. The M1 strain

  • 大连理工大学机构知识库 dlut.edu.cn

    大连理工大学机构知识库 dlut.edu.cn

    摘要: This study investigated the characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant prepared using potato starch wastewater. The optimal culture conditions of this strain were determined as 4 g K2HPO4, 2 g KH2PO4, 0.2 g MgSO4, 0.1 g NaCl, and 2.0 g urea dissolved in 1.0 L potato starch wastewater with no need of adding carbon sources or adjusting pH value.

  • the use of bioflocculant and bioflocculant-producing

    The Use of Bioflocculant and Bioflocculant-Producing

    It is preferable to use an organism to produce more than one product at the same time. So, the aim of this study was to investigate the ability of bioflocculant-producing Bacillus mojavensis strain 32A as a nanosilver synthesizer beside bioflocculant production. To achieve this target, three media, nutrient broth, bioflocculant-producing medium, and pure bioflocculant, were tested.

  • production of a bioflocculant by using rice stover and its

    Production of a bioflocculant by using rice stover and its

    Production of a bioflocculant by using rice stover and its performance in the improvement of sludge dewatering: GUO Jun-yuan, ZHAO Jing, FU Lin: College of Resources and Environment, Chengdu University of Information Technology, Chengdu, Chengdu 610225, China

  • characterization of a novel bioflocculant from a marine

    Characterization of a novel bioflocculant from a marine

    2017-11-17· The identification of microorganisms with excellent flocculant-producing capability and optimization of the fermentation process are necessary for the wide-scale application of bioflocculants. Thus, we evaluated the flocculant-producing ability of a novel strain identified by the screening of marine bacteria, and we report for the first time the properties of the bioflocculant produced by

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    Open Access Journals

    15. Guo J, Lau AK, Zhang Y, et al. (2015) Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 99: 5855-5861. 16. Pu S, Qin L, Che J, et al. (2014) Preparation and application of a novel bioflocculant by two strains of Rhizopus sp. using potato starch wastewater as nutrilite.

  • characterization of a new polysaccharide from potato

    Characterization of a New Polysaccharide from Potato

    The properties of Jxsac 2, a new polysaccharide from potato starch with low cost, were characterized to determine its physico‐chemical, morphological, pasting and thermal properties, and in vitro digestibility. Results showed that Jxsac 2 is produced from starch with limited degradation.

  • characterization of a potato starch-digesting bacterium

    Characterization of a Potato Starch-digesting Bacterium

    A bacterium which can utilize potato starch granules as sole carbon source was isolated and identified as Bacillus circulans from its physiological and biochemical properties. Scanning electron microscopic observation of potato starch granules recovered from the culture broth revealed that granules were degraded gradually from their surface resulting in elongated granules with layered

  • scicombinator concepts potato starch

    SciCombinator Concepts Potato starch

    Corn starch, potato starch, pea starch were impregnated with ionic gums (sodium alginate, CMC, and xanthan, 1% based on starch solids) and heat-treated in a dry state for 0, 2, or 4 h at 130°C.

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    Japan's largest platform for academic e-journals: J-STAGE is a full text database for reviewed academic papers published by Japanese societies

  • characterization of a new polysaccharide from potato

    Characterization of a New Polysaccharide from Potato

    The properties of Jxsac 2, a new polysaccharide from potato starch with low cost, were characterized to determine its physico‐chemical, morphological, pasting and thermal properties, and in vitro digestibility. Results showed that Jxsac 2 is produced from starch with limited degradation.

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    郭俊元-资源环境学院网站 hjgcx.cuit.edu.cn

    Characterization of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater and its application in sludge dewatering.Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2015, 99(13): 5429-5437. 10.Junyuan Guo,Anthony K. Lau, Yuzhe Zhang, Jing Zhao. Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater.

  • potato starch

    Potato starch

    Starch derivatives are used in many recipes, for example in noodles, wine gums, cocktail nuts, potato chips, hot dog sausages, bakery cream and instant soups and sauces, in gluten-free recipes, in kosher foods for Passover and in Asian cuisine. In pastry, e.g. sponge cake, it is used to keep the cake moist and give a soft texture.It is also occasionally used in the preparation of pre-packed

  • characterization and thermomechanical properties

    Characterization and Thermomechanical Properties

    Characterization and Thermomechanical Properties of Thermoplastic Potato Starch Musa MB a *, Yoo MJ c, Kang TJ b, Kolawole EG a, Ishiaku US a, Yakubu MK a and Whang DJ a. a Department of Textile Science and Technology, Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Nigeria.. b Department of Materials Science and Engineering, College of Engineering, Seoul National University, South Korea.

  • open access journals

    Open Access Journals

    21. Guo J, Lau AK, Zhang Y, et al. (2015) Characterization and flocculation mechanism of a bioflocculant from potato starch wastewater. Appl Microbiol Biotechnol 99: 5855-5861. 22. Aljuboori AHR, Uemura Y, Osman NB, et al. (2014) Production of a bioflocculant from Aspergillus niger using palm oil mill effluent as carbon source.

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    淀粉废水生产微生物絮凝剂及发酵动力学特征

    Cell growth and bioflocculant production could be simulated with both the Logistic and Luedeking-Piret equations pretty well. Furthermore, when the bioflocculant dose was adjusted to 30mg/L, it can remove 48.6% of COD and 71.9% of turbidity from the potato starch wastewater in this study.

  • bioflocculant production from untreated corn stover using

    Bioflocculant production from untreated corn stover using

    2015-10-20· The bioflocculant titer of 4.75 g/L obtained in this study is much higher than the reported 2.4 g/L bioflocculant secreted by Rhodococcus erythropolis in the medium using the hydrolyzates of rice stover as carbon source,but is lower than 6 g/L bioflocculant produced by Ochrobactrum cicero W2 using the hydrolyzates of corn stover .

  • bioflocculant production from untreated corn stover using

    Bioflocculant production from untreated corn stover using

    Bioflocculant production from untreated corn stover using Cellulosimicrobium cellulans L804 isolate and its application to harvesting microalgae. Weijie Liu*©, Chenchu Zhao, Jihong Jiang, Qian Lu, Yan Hao, Liang Wang and Cong Liu* Abstract

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