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    Characterization of a Bioflocculant (MBF-UFH) Produced

    2.1. Time Course of Bioflocculant Production. Figure 1 shows the relationship between MBF-UFH production and cell growth over a cultivation time of 192 h. Most microorganisms produced bioflocculant during the exponential growth phase [].The flocculating activity of the bioflocculant increased gradually with an increase in cultivation time.

  • characterization of a bioflocculant (mbf-ufh) produced

    Characterization of a Bioflocculant (MBF-UFH) Produced

    activity of MBF-UFH might be due to deflocculating enzymatic activities or accumulation of toxic metabolic wastes affecting the produced bioflocculant [9]. Therefore, a cultivation time of 72 h was chosen for the subsequent experiments. It is apparent that MBF-UFH biosynthesis occurred during

  • characterization of a bioflocculant (mbf-ufh) produced

    Characterization of a bioflocculant (MBF-UFH) produced

    A bioflocculant named MBF-UFH produced by a Bacillus species isolated from sediment samples of Algoa Bay of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa was characterized.

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    Characterization of a Bioflocculant (MBF-UFH) Produced

    Sigma-Aldrich offers abstracts and full-text articles by [Kunle Okaiyeto, Uchechukwu U Nwodo, Leonard V Mabinya, Arinze S Okoli, Anthony I Okoh].

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    Characterization of a Bioflocculant (MBF-UFH) Produced

    A bioflocculant named MBF-UFH produced by a Bacillus species isolated from sediment samples of Algoa Bay of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa was characterized. The bacterial identification was through 16S rDNA sequencing; nucleotide sequences were deposited in GenBank as Bacillus sp. AEMREG7 with Accession Number KP659187. The production of the bioflocculant was observed to

  • characterization of a bioflocculant (mbf-ufh) produced

    Characterization of a Bioflocculant (MBF-UFH) Produced

    GenØk scientist Arinze Okoli Arinze Okoli has published a new paper linked to the SANCOOP project (open access). Abstract: A bioflocculant named MBF-UFH produced by a Bacillus species isolated from sediment samples of Algoa Bay of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa was characterized.

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    Characterization of a bioflocculant from a newly isolated

    2006-02-27· In recent years, many bioflocculant-producing microorganisms including bacteria, fungi and actinomyces have been reported to produce extracellular polymeric substances, such as polysaccharides, functional proteins and glycoprotein, which function as bioflocculant. Flocculants produced by a haloakalophilic Bacillus sp.

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    Evaluation of the Flocculation Potential

    Evaluation of the Flocculation Potential and Characterization of Bioflocculant Produced by Micrococcus sp. Leo Article in Applied Biochemistry and Microbiology 50(6):601-608 ·

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    Production and characterization of a bioflocculant

    Production and characterization of a bioflocculant produced by Aspergillus flavus. Author links open overlay panel Ahmad H. Rajab Aljuboori a Azni Idris a Norhafizah Abdullah a Rosfarizan Mohamad b

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    EVALUATION OF FLOCCULATING POTENTIALS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOFLOCCULANTS PRODUCED BY THREE BACTERIAL ISOLATES FROM ALGOA BAY, SOUTH AFRICA BY KUNLE OKAIYETO A THESIS SUBMITTED

  • characterization of a bioflocculant (mbf-ufh)

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    GenØk scientist Arinze Okoli Arinze Okoli has published a new paper linked to the SANCOOP project (open access). Abstract: A bioflocculant named MBF-UFH produced by a Bacillus species isolated from sediment samples of Algoa Bay of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa was characterized.

  • revealing the characteristics of a novel bioflocculant

    Revealing the characteristics of a novel bioflocculant

    Wang, L. L. et al. Characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaeicus F6. World J.

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    Characterization of an Exopolymeric Flocculant Produced by a Brachybacterium sp. Materials, 6(4), 1237-1254. Onyedikachukwu A.L. Eyisi, Uchechukwu U. Nwodo and Christian U. Iroegbu (2013). Distribution of Vibrio species in Shellfish and Water Samples Collected from the Atlantic Coastline of South-East Nigeria.

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    Characterization of a Novel Polymeric Bioflocculant

    A novel polymeric bioflocculant was produced by a bacterium utilizing degradation of n-hexadecane as the energy source. The bioflocculant was produced with a bioflocculating activity of 87.8%. The hydrocarbon degradation was confirmed by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry analysis and was further supported with contact angle measurements for the changes in hydrophobic nature of the

  • production, characterization and effect of cultural

    Production, Characterization and Effect of Cultural

    characterization of bioflocculant produced by A. aquatilis AP4 which is isolated from Palm-oil mill effluent in the south-western part of Nigeria and to also determine the effect of cultural conditions on the bioflocculant production. 2. MATERIALS AND METHODS 2.1 Culture Preparation Bioflocculant producing A. aquatilis AP4 culture

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    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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    Characterization and flocculating properties of a novel

    Abstract. We studied a novel bioflocculant, PX, that is produced from Bacillus Bacillus circulans X3, and has excellent flocculating activity with regard to its characterization and flocculating properties. The bioflocculant was purified from supernatant by ethanol precipitation, dialysis and gel permeation chromatography (GPC).

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    Production and characterization of bioflocculants

    Bioflocculants produced by six bacteria obtained from activated sludge at a wastewater treatment plant were quantified, purified, and characterized. Effects of pH, temperature, cationic salt content, and specific potential inhibitors on the flocculating activities of the bioflocculants were also determined. Bioflocculants produced by the different bacterial isolates ranged between 6.33 and 27

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    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.

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    Production and characterization of a bioflocculant

    The production and characterization of a bioflocculant, IH-7, by Aspergillus flavus was investigated. About 0.4 g of purified bioflocculant with an average molecular weight of 2.574 × 10 4 Da could be obtained from 1 L of fermentation medium. The bioflocculant mainly consisted of protein (28.5%) and sugar (69.7%), including 40% of neutral sugar, 2.48% of uronic acid and 1.8% amino sugar.

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    Characterization of a Bioflocculant Produced by a

    The physicochemical and flocculating properties of a bioflocculant produced by a bacterial consortium composed of Halomonas sp. Okoh and Micrococcus sp. Leo were investigated. The purified bioflocculant was cation and pH dependent, and optimally flocculated kaolin clay suspension at a dosage of 0.1 mg/mL.

  • revealing the characteristics of a novel bioflocculant

    Revealing the characteristics of a novel bioflocculant

    Wang, L. L. et al. Characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaeicus F6. World J.

  • assessment of bioflocculant production by bacillus sp

    Assessment of Bioflocculant Production by Bacillus sp

    2011-07-11· Time course of bioflocculant production by Bacillus sp. Gilbert. Microorganisms have been observed to differ in respect of culture times required for the production of their bioflocculants. Our test bacteria produced bioflocculant maximally at the end of the fourth day of fermentation suggesting that the bioflocculant was produced by biosynthesis.

  • isolation and characterisation of a bioflocculant produced

    Isolation and characterisation of a bioflocculant produced

    Kurane R, Hatamochi K, Kakuno T, Kiyohara M, Kawaguchi K, Mizuno Y, Hirano M, Tawiguchi Y (1994) Purification and characterization of a lipid bioflocculant produced by Rhodococcus erythropolis. Biosci. Biotech. Biochem. 58: 1977-1982. Google Scholar

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    Characterization of a novel bioflocculant SpringerLink

    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

  • production, characterization, and flocculation

    Production, Characterization, and Flocculation

    2014-12-08· The bioflocculant ETH-2, with high flocculating activity (2849 mg Kaolin particle/mg ETH-2), produced by strain Enterobacter sp. isolated from activated sludge, was systematically investigated with regard to its production, characterization, and flocculation mechanism. Analyses of microscopic observation, zeta potential and ETH-2 structure

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    Isolation and characterization of a bioflocculant

    Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectra analysis revealed the presence of carboxyl and hydroxyl groups in the bioflocculant, and thermal characterization by differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) showed the transition and crystalline melting point at 90–105°C. The effects of bioflocculant dosage and pH on the flocculation of mineral suspensions were evaluated. The bioflocculant exhibited

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    大连理工大学机构知识库 dlut.edu.cn

    摘要: A bioflocculant named MBF-UFH produced by a Bacillus species isolated from sediment samples of Algoa Bay of the Eastern Cape Province of South Africa was characterized. The bacterial identification was through 16S rDNA sequencing; nucleotide sequences were deposited in GenBank as Bacillus sp. AEMREG7 with Accession Number KP659187.

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    Glutamic Acid Independent Production

    2016-04-23· Bacillus subtilis UPMB13 was found to be an L-glutamic acid independent producer of extracellular polymeric substances (EPS) with bioflocculation properties. Optimum production of the bioflocculant was found to be at the early stage of cell propagation of 24–72 h of fermentation. At a limited nutrient input of 100 mL tryptic soy broth, the flocculating activities were found to be negatively

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    PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOFLOCCULANT PRODUCED

    PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOFLOCCULANT PRODUCED BY BACILLUS CLAUSII NB2 Bukola ADEBAYO-TAYO*, Gboyega E. ADEBAMI Department of Microbiology, University of Ibadan, Ibadan, Oyo state, Nigeria Abstract Molecular and bioflocculant properties characterization of a bacterium strain isolated from brewery wastewater was investigated. Effect

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    Production and Characterization of a Novel Bioflocculant

    A protein bioflocculant produced by Rhodococcus erythropolis could efficiently flocculate suspended solids, which easily lose their flocculating activity by enzymatic digestion (16, 28). Klebsiella sp. strain S11, screened from activated sludge, was unable to flocculate without the addition of Ca 2+ ( 7 ).

  • characterization of bioflocculants produced by bacteria

    Characterization of bioflocculants produced by bacteria

    Characterization of bioflocculants produced by bacteria isolated from crude petroleum oil 1 isolation and characterization of bioflocculant-producing microorganisms from crude petroleum oil samples were not well documented in literatures. Therefore, present study aims to look for bioflocculant-producing microorganisms in crude petroleum oil sample collected on 28 May 2009 from a sews-gulf

  • 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

  • uchechukwu nwodo google scholar citations

    Uchechukwu Nwodo Google Scholar Citations

    Characterization of a bioflocculant (MBF-UFH) produced by Bacillus sp. AEMREG7 K Okaiyeto, UU Nwodo, LV Mabinya, AS Okoli, AI Okoh International journal of

  • production and characterization of bioflocculant bacillus

    Production and Characterization of Bioflocculant Bacillus

    a novel bioflocculant (BTEPS) produced by isolated Bacillus tequilensis, was separated and evaluated. The bacterial isolate was identified by16S rDNA sequencing, nucleotide sequences were saved in GenBank as Bacillus sp with accession number MG940854. Maximum bioflocculant production obtained

  • characterization of bioflocculant mbf3-3 produced

    Characterization of bioflocculant MBF3-3 produced

    Summary. The characteristics of bioflocculant MBF3-3 produced by Bacillus sp. BF3-3 were investigated here.MBF3-3 showed excellent flocculating activity on real and synthetic wastewaters, and consumed a much lower dosage than that of the widely used polyaluminum chloride (PAC) when flocculating brewery wastewater.

  • characterization of a bioflocculant produced by a

    Characterization of a Bioflocculant Produced by a

    Characterization of a Bioflocculant Produced by a Consortium of Halomonas sp. Okoh and Micrococcus sp. Leo Kunle Okaiyeto *, Uchechukwu U. Nwodo, Leonard V. Mabinya and Anthony I. Okoh Applied and Environmental Microbiology Research Group (AEMREG), Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology, University of Fort Hare, Alice 5700, South Africa;

  • 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.

  • prof u.u nwodo faculty of science & agriculture

    Prof U.U Nwodo Faculty of Science & Agriculture

    Characterization of an Exopolymeric Flocculant Produced by a Brachybacterium sp. Materials, 6(4), 1237-1254. Onyedikachukwu A.L. Eyisi, Uchechukwu U. Nwodo and Christian U. Iroegbu (2013). Distribution of Vibrio species in Shellfish and Water Samples Collected from the Atlantic Coastline of South-East Nigeria.

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