• characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced

    Characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced

    2011-04-07· Abstract. A compound bioflocculant CBF-F26, produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaeicus F6, was investigated with regard to its physicochemical and flocculating properties. It was identified as a polysaccharide bioflocculant composed of rhamnose, mannose, glucose, and galactose, respectively, in a 1.3: 2.1: 10.0: 1.0 molar ratio.

  • characterization of a bioflocculant produced by a

    Characterization of a Bioflocculant Produced by a

    The flocculating efficiency and physicochemical properties of the compound bioflocculant produced by a mixed culture of Halomonas sp. Okoh and Micrococcus sp. Leo were investigated. The bioflocculant maintained wide pH range flocculating activity with a maximum peak of 86% at pH 8. The glycoprotein bioflocculant possessed hydroxyl, carboxyl and

  • production and characterization of bioflocculant

    PRODUCTION AND CHARACTERIZATION OF BIOFLOCCULANT

    functional groups and chemical analyses of the purified bioflocculant revealed it to be a glycoprotein with 88.71% of carbohydrate and 11.29% of protein. Key words: Bacillus clausii,bioflocculant, flocculating activity, compositional analysis Introduction Microbial flocculants or bioflocculant are biodegradable polymeric compounds produced by

  • characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced

    Characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced

    ORIGINAL PAPER Characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaeicus F6 Lili Wang • Fang Ma • Yuanyuan Qu • Dezhi Sun

  • characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced

    Characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced

    A compound bioflocculant CBF-F26, produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaeicus F6, was investigated with regard to its physicochemical and flocculating properties.

  • characterization of a bioflocculant (mbf-ufh) produced

    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.

  • optimization and characterization of polysaccharide-based

    Optimization and characterization of polysaccharide-based

    The optimization, purification and characterization of bioflocculant produced by Paenibacillus elgii B69 were investigated. The bioflocculant was an exopolysaccharide composed of glucose, glucuronic acid, mannose and xylose. The maximum bioflocculant production was about 25.63 g/L achieved with sucrose at 51.35 g/L, peptone at 6.78 g/L and

  • characterization of an exopolymeric flocculant produced

    Characterization of an Exopolymeric Flocculant Produced

    Brachybacterium sp. UFH produced a bioflocculant composed of proteins, neutral and amino sugars, as well as a high content of uronic acid, suggestive of the glycosaminoglycan nature of the bioflocculant. The functional group, which includes vinylic, aromatic, benzylic, allylic, hydroxyl, carboxyl, esters and amino groups found in these compounds, are favorable for flocculation. Furthermore

  • characterization of a bioflocculant from a newly isolated

    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.

  • production, characterization, and flocculation mechanism

    Production, Characterization, and Flocculation Mechanism

    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

  • production and characterization of a novel bioflocculant

    Production and Characterization of a Novel Bioflocculant

    The production and characterization of a bioflocculant, IH-7, by Aspergillus flavus was investigated. About 0.4g of purified bioflocculant with an average molecular weight of 2.574×10(4)Da could

  • screening and characterization of a bioflocculant

    Screening and Characterization of a Bioflocculant

    Request PDF Screening and Characterization of a Bioflocculant Produced Strain B. amyloliquefaciens B-15 A novel bioflocculant-producing bacteria was isolated from the soil of Shandong Province

  • characterization of a bioflocculant produced by a

    Characterization of a Bioflocculant Produced by a

    The flocculating efficiency and physicochemical properties of the compound bioflocculant produced by a mixed culture of Halomonas sp. Okoh and Micrococcus sp. Leo were investigated. The bioflocculant maintained wide pH range flocculating activity with a maximum peak of 86% at pH 8. The glycoprotein bioflocculant possessed hydroxyl, carboxyl and

  • evaluation of the flocculation potential

    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 ·

  • 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

  • characterization of a bioflocculant produced by a

    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.

  • production and characterization of a bioflocculant

    Production and Characterization of a Bioflocculant

    The production, optimization, and characterization of the bioflocculant QZ-7 synthesized by a novel Bacillus salmalaya strain 139SI isolated from a private farm soil in Selangor, Malaysia, are reported. The flocculating activity of bioflocculant QZ-7 present in the selected strain was found to be 83.3%.

  • 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

  • production of a novel bioflocculant and its flocculation

    Production of a novel bioflocculant and its flocculation

    A novel bioflocculant CBF with high flocculating activity, produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaericus F6 from soil, was investigated with regard to its production and flocculation performance in Al(III) removal. The most preferred carbon source, nitrogen source and C/N ratio (w/w) for strains F2 and F6 to produce CBF were glucose, urea and 20, respectively.

  • evaluation of the flocculation potential

    Evaluation of the flocculation potential

    These merits portend it as preferred alternative to inorganic and organic synthetic polymeric flocculants. The culture conditions optimal for the production of bioflocculant by Micrococcus sp. Leo with subsequent evaluation of the properties of the produced compound were investigated. Optimum culture conditions for bioflocculant production

  • 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.

  • characterization of a compound bioflocculant

    Characterization of a compound bioflocculant

    A compound bioflocculant CBF-F26, produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaeicus F6, was investigated with regard to its physicochemical and flocculating properties.

  • characterization of a bioflocculant produced

    Characterization of a bioflocculant produced

    Characterization of a bioflocculant produced by Citrobacter sp. TKF04 from acetic and propionic acidsCitrobacter sp. TKF04 from acetic and propionic acids

  • characterization of a novel polymeric bioflocculant

    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

  • characterization of a bioflocculant produced by a

    Characterization of a Bioflocculant Produced by a

    that a compound bioflocculant produced by a mixed culture of strains Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus shaeicus F6 had higher flocculating activity when compared to individual strains. In addition, Wang et al. [14] reported that the compound bioflocculant produced by a mixed culture of Rhizobium

  • purification and characterization of exopolysaccharide

    Purification and characterization of exopolysaccharide

    The bioflocculant produced by TERI L1 is a carbohydrate polymer; a glycoprotein, as revealed by FTIR and NMR spectroscopy analysis and is composed of sugar (75%) and protein (11.5%), as revealed by biochemical characterization. LC–MS analysis demonstrated that the bioflocculant is a carbohydrate heteropolymer. Bioflocculant yield analysis was 5 g L

  • production and characterization of a bioflocculant

    Production and Characterization of a Bioflocculant

    The production, optimization, and characterization of the bioflocculant QZ-7 synthesized by a novel Bacillus salmalaya strain 139SI isolated from a private farm soil in Selangor, Malaysia, are reported. The flocculating activity of bioflocculant QZ-7 present in the selected strain was found to be 83.3%.

  • production, characterization and structural modification

    Production, characterization and structural modification

    Synthesis of the exopolysaccharide-based bioflocculant Rhizobium radiobacter SZ4S7S14 was researched and medium optimized for enhanced production of bioflocculant. d-Mannose and yeast extract were found to be best carbon and nitrogen sources for maximal yield of bioflocculant. The bioflocculant samples obtained in different media with different carbon and nitrogen sources were

  • preparation and characterization of composite

    Preparation and characterization of composite

    2012-12-01· Cations were prepared by their chloride salts (analytically grade). Compound bioflocculant (CBF), produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaeicus F6, was obtained from State Key Lab of Urban Water Resource and Environment, Harbin Institute of Technology, China. CBF was mainly composed of polysaccharide (90.6%) and

  • 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.

  • [pdf] introduction of compound bioflocculant and its

    [PDF] Introduction of Compound Bioflocculant and Its

    Introduction of Compound Bioflocculant and Its Application in Water Treatment @inproceedings{Pan2015IntroductionOC, title={Introduction of Compound Bioflocculant and Its Application in Water Treatment}, author={Lixin Pan}, year={2015} } Lixin Pan

  • characterization and flocculating properties of a novel

    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).

  • isolation, identification, and characterization of an

    Isolation, identification, and characterization of an

    The comparative study between the bioflocculant and conventional chemical flocculants showed excellent flocculating efficiency of MBFA 18 with lower cost (4.7 yuan/t), which indicated that the bioflocculant MBFA 18 produced in PSW substrate has a great potential to be an alternative flocculant in PSW treatment.

  • [pdf] characteristics of a bioflocculant produced by a

    [PDF] Characteristics of a bioflocculant produced by a

    The characteristics of a bioflocculant produced by a consortium of 2 bacteria belonging to the genera Cobetia and Bacillus was investigated. The extracellular bioflocculant was composed of 66% uronic acid and 31% protein and showed an optimum flocculation (90% flocculating activity) of kaolin suspension at a dosage of 0.8 mg/m., pH of 8, and with Ca 2+ as a coagulant aid. The bioflocculant is

  • characterization of a bioflocculant produced by a

    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 flocculate...

  • production and characterization of a novel bioflocculant

    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+ .

  • bioflocculant produced from bacteria for decolorization

    Bioflocculant produced from bacteria for decolorization

    Bioflocculant produced from bacteria for decolorization, Cr removal and swine wastewater application Cong-Liang Zhang,* Ya-Nan Cui and Yan Wang College of Chemical Engineering Zhengzhou University Zhengzhou 450002, China Key Words: Compound bioflocculant, wastewater treatment, swine wastewater, flocculation ABSTRACT *Corresponding author

  • characterization of a novel polymeric bioflocculant

    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

  • studies on bioflocculant production by a mixed culture

    Studies on bioflocculant production by a mixed culture

    Wang L, Ma F, Qu Y, Sun D, Li A, Guo J, Guo J, Yu B: Characterization of a compound bioflocculant produced by mixed culture of Rhizobium radiobacter F2 and Bacillus sphaeicus F6. World J Microbiol Biotechnol. 2011, 10: 1007-1012. Google Scholar; 21.

  • production, characterization and structural modification

    Production, characterization and structural modification

    Synthesis of the exopolysaccharide-based bioflocculant Rhizobium radiobacter SZ4S7S14 was researched and medium optimized for enhanced production of bioflocculant. d-Mannose and yeast extract were found to be best carbon and nitrogen sources for maximal yield of bioflocculant. The bioflocculant samples obtained in different media with different carbon and nitrogen sources were

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