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    1. Akin, BS; Ugurlu, A
      Enhanced phosphorus removal by glucose fed sequencing batch reactor

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    2. Chang, HY; Ouyang, CF
      Step feeding strategy for enhancing nitrogen and phosphorus removal in AOAO process

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    3. Filipe, CDM; Meinhold, J; Jorgensen, SB; Daigger, GT; Grady, CPL
      Evaluation of the potential effects of equalization on the performance of biological phosphorus removal systems

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    4. Filipe, CDM; Daigger, GT; Grady, CPL
      Effects of pH on the rates of aerobic metabolism of phosphate-accumulatingand glycogen-accumulating organisms

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    5. Filipe, CDM; Daigger, GT; Grady, CPL
      pH as a key factor in the competition between glycogen-accumulating organisms and phosphorus-accumulating organisms

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    6. Oldham, WK; Rabinowitz, B
      Development of biological nutrient removal technology in western Canada

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
    7. Lennox, JA; Yuan, Z; Harmand, J
      A systematic approach to error isolation in computerized wastewater simulation models

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    8. Wu, W; Timpany, P; Dawson, B
      Simulation and applications of a novel modified SBR system for biological nutrient removal

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    9. Ky, RC; Comeau, Y; Perrier, M; Takacs, I
      Modelling biological phosphorus removal from a cheese factory effluent by an SBR

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    10. Sperandio, M; Urbain, V; Ginestet, P; Audic, MJ; Paul, E
      Application of COD fractionation by a new combined technique: comparison of various wastewaters and sources of variability

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    11. Lipski, A; Friedrich, U; Altendorf, K
      Application of rRNA-targeted oligonucleotide probes in biotechnology

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    12. Filipe, CDM; Daigger, GT; Grady, CPL
      Stoichiometry and kinetics of acetate uptake under anaerobic conditions byan enriched culture of phosphorus-accumulating organisms at different pHs

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    13. Melasniemi, H; Hernesmaa, A
      Yeast spores seem to be involved in biological phosphate removal: a microscopic in situ case study

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    14. Thomas, PD; Cooks, RG; Vekey, K; Drahos, L; Wesdemiotis, C
      Comments on "Proton affinities of primary alkanols: An appraisal of the kinetic method"

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    15. Laskin, J; Futrell, JH
      The theoretical basis of the kinetic method from the point of view of finite heat bath theory

      JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY A
    16. Ficara, E; Musumeci, A; Rozzi, A
      Comparison and combination of titrimetric and respirometric techniques to estimate nitrification kinetics parameters

      WATER SA
    17. Moter, A; Gobel, UB
      Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) for direct visualization of microorganisms

      JOURNAL OF MICROBIOLOGICAL METHODS
    18. Barak, Y; van Rijn, J
      Biological phosphate removal in a prototype recirculating aquaculture treatment system

      AQUACULTURAL ENGINEERING
    19. Barak, Y; van Rijn, J
      Atypical polyphosphate accumulation by the denitrifying bacterium Paracoccus denitrificans

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    20. Grady, CPL; Filipe, CDM
      Ecological engineering of bioreactors for wastewater treatment

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    21. Lishman, LA; Legge, RL; Farquhar, GJ
      Temperature effects on wastewater treatment under aerobic and anoxic conditions

      WATER RESEARCH
    22. Louie, TM; Mah, TJ; Oldham, W; Ramey, WD
      Use of metabolic inhibitors end gas chromatography/mass spectrometry to study poly-beta-hydroxyalkanoates metabolism involving cryptic nutrients in enhanced biological phosphorus removal systems

      WATER RESEARCH
    23. Kortstee, GJJ; Appeldoorn, KJ; Bonting, CFC; van Niel, EWJ; van Veen, HW
      Recent developments in the biochemistry and ecology of enhanced biologicalphosphorus removal

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    24. Filipe, CDM; Daigger, GT
      Evaluation of the capacity of phosphorus-accumulating organisms to use nitrate and oxygen as final electron acceptors: A theoretical study on population dynamics

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    25. Donkin, MJ
      Statistical analysis to associate specific microorganism populations with operating conditions and treatment performance in laboratory-scale systems treating dairy processing wastewater

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    26. Nowak, O; Wandl, G; Svardal, K
      Long-term experience with biological pretreatment of rendering plant effluent

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    27. Eremektar, G; Cokgor, EU; Ovez, S; Babuna, FG; Orhon, D
      Biological treatability of poultry processing plant effluent - A case study

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    28. Ekama, GA; Wentzel, MC
      Difficulties and developments in biological nutrient removal technology and modelling

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Stevens, GM; Barnard, JL; Rabinowitz, B
      Optimizing biological nutrient removal in anoxic zones

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    30. Siegrist, H; Brunner, I; Koch, G; Phan, LC; Le, VC
      Reduction of biomass decay rate under anoxic and anaerobic conditions

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    31. van Niel, EWJ; de Best, JH; Kets, EPW; Bonting, CFC; Kortstee, GJJ
      Polyphosphate formation by Acinetobacter johnsonii 210A: effect of cellular energy status and phosphate-specific transport system

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    32. Boeije, G; Corstanje, R; Rottiers, A; Schowanek, D
      Adaptation of the CAS test system and synthetic sewage for biological nutrient removal - Part I: Development of a new synthetic sewage

      CHEMOSPHERE
    33. Rottiers, A; Boeije, G; Corstanje, R; Decraene, K; Feijtel, TCJ; Matthijs, E; Schowanek, D
      Adaptation of the CAS test system and synthetic sewage for biological nutrient removal - Part II: Design and validation of test units

      CHEMOSPHERE
    34. Vollertsen, J; Hvitved-Jacobsen, T
      Stoichiometric and kinetic model parameters for microbial transformations of suspended solids in combined sewer systems

      WATER RESEARCH
    35. Tran, HH; Roddick, FA
      Comparison of chromatography and desiccant silica gels for the adsorption of metal ions - II. Fixed-bed study

      WATER RESEARCH
    36. Zafiri, C; Kornaros, M; Lyberatos, G
      Kinetic modelling of biological phosphorus removal with a pure culture of Acinetobacter sp under aerobic, anaerobic and transient operating conditions

      WATER RESEARCH
    37. Kujawa, K; Klapwijk, B
      A method to estimate denitrification potential for predenitrification systems using NUR batch test

      WATER RESEARCH
    38. FILIPE CDM; DAIGGER GT
      DEVELOPMENT OF A REVISED METABOLIC MODEL FOR THE GROWTH OF PHOSPHORUS-ACCUMULATING ORGANISMS

      Water environment research
    39. TENNO T; ORUPOLD K; PRUKS A
      PROBLEMS AND CHEMICAL ASPECTS OF INDUSTRIAL AND MUNICIPAL WASTE-WATERTREATMENT IN ESTONIA

      Critical reviews in analytical chemistry
    40. WILSON AW; DO P; KELLER WE
      IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL PROGRAM AT CALGARY BONNYBROOK-WASTE-WATER-TREATMENT-PLANT

      Water science and technology
    41. CHUANG SH; OUYANG CF; YUANG HC; YOU SJ
      EVALUATION OF PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN ANAEROBIC-ANOXIC-AEROBIC SYSTEM -VIA POLYHYDROXYALKONOATES MEASUREMENTS

      Water science and technology
    42. WENTZEL MC; UBISI MF; EKAMA GA
      HETEROTROPHIC ACTIVE BIOMASS COMPONENT OF ACTIVATED-SLUDGE MIXED LIQUOR

      Water science and technology
    43. BABUNA FG; INCE O; ORHON D; SIMSEK A
      ASSESSMENT OF INERT COD IN PULP AND PAPER-MILL WASTE-WATER UNDER ANAEROBIC CONDITIONS

      Water research (Oxford)
    44. LAROSE A; PERRIER M; COMEAU Y
      RESPIROMETRIC CONTROL OF THE ANAEROBIC PERIOD DURATION OF AN SBR BIO-P PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    45. POLLARD PC; VONMUNCH EV; LANT PA; GREENFIELD PF
      THE IMPACT OF MICROBIOLOGICAL TOOLS ON MATHEMATICAL-MODELING OF BIOLOGICAL WASTE-WATER TREATMENT

      Water science and technology
    46. ORHON D; ATES E; SOZEN S; COKGOR EU
      CHARACTERIZATION AND COD FRACTIONATION OF DOMESTIC WASTEWATERS

      Environmental pollution
    47. MURNLEITNER E; KUBA T; VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; HEIJNEN JJ
      AN INTEGRATED METABOLIC MODEL FOR THE AEROBIC AND DENITRIFYING BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    48. JONES M; STEPHENSON T
      THE EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE ON ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHATE REMOVAL

      Environmental technology
    49. BLOCHWITZ C; BRECHBUHL J; TIRSCHLER W
      ANALYSIS OF ACTIVATED SLIP SYSTEMS IN FATIGUED NICKEL POLYCRYSTALS USING THE EBSD-TECHNIQUE IN THE SCANNING ELECTRON-MICROSCOPE

      Materials science & engineering. A, Structural materials: properties, microstructure and processing
    50. ORHON D; SOZEN S; ARTAN N
      THE EFFECT OF HETEROTROPHIC YIELD ON THE ASSESSMENT OF THE CORRECTIONFACTOR FOR ANOXIC GROWTH

      Water science and technology
    51. NOWAK O; SVARDAL K; KROISS H
      THE IMPACT OF PHOSPHORUS DEFICIENCY ON NITRIFICATION - CASE-STUDY OF A BIOLOGICAL PRETREATMENT PLANT FOR RENDERING PLANT EFFLUENT

      Water science and technology
    52. HOLMSTROM H; BOSANDER J; DAHLBERG AG; DILLNERWESTLUND A; FLYBORG L; JOKINEN K
      SEVERE BULKING AND FOAMING AT THE HIMMERFJARDEN WWTP

      Water science and technology
    53. SMOLDERS GJF; VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; HEIJNEN JJ
      STEADY-STATE ANALYSIS TO EVALUATE THE PHOSPHATE REMOVAL CAPACITY AND ACETATE REQUIREMENT OF BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVING MAINSTREAM AND SIDESTREAM PROCESS CONFIGURATIONS

      Water research
    54. ANDREADAKIS AD; KONDILI G; MAMAIS D; NOUSSI A
      TREATMENT OF SEPTAGE USING SINGLE AND 2-STAGE ACTIVATED-SLUDGE BATCH REACTORS SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    55. NOVAK L; LARREA L; WANNER J
      MATHEMATICAL-MODEL FOR SOLUBLE CARBONACEOUS SUBSTRATE BIOSORPTION

      Water science and technology
    56. FLEIT E
      INTRACELLULAR PH REGULATION IN BIOLOGICAL EXCESS PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL SYSTEMS

      Water research
    57. GREENBERG HJ
      MATHEMATICAL-PROGRAMMING MODELS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL-QUALITY CONTROL

      Operations research
    58. SMOLDERS GJF; VANDERMEIJ J; VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; HEIJNEN JJ
      A STRUCTURED METABOLIC MODEL FOR ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC STOICHIOMETRY AND KINETICS OF THE BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PROCESS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    59. CHACIN E; KOCIANOVA E; FORSTER CF
      FOAM FORMATION, ANAEROBIOSIS AND MICROTHRIX PARVICELLA

      Journal of the Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    60. MAURER M; GUJER W
      PREDICTION OF THE PERFORMANCE OF ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PLANTS

      Water science and technology
    61. KAVANAUGH RG; RANDALL CW
      BACTERIAL-POPULATIONS IN A BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL PLANT

      Water science and technology
    62. TORRIJOS M; CERRO RM; CAPDEVILLE B; ZEGHAL S; PAYRAUDEAU M; LESOUEF A
      SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR - A TOOL FOR WASTE-WATER CHARACTERIZATION FOR THE IAWPRC MODEL

      Water science and technology
    63. KORTSTEE GJJ; APPELDOORN KJ; BONTING CFC; VANNIEL EWJ; VANVEEN HW
      BIOLOGY OF POLYPHOSPHATE-ACCUMULATING BACTERIA INVOLVED IN ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL

      FEMS microbiology reviews
    64. SMOLDERS GJF; VANDERMEIJ J; VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; HEIJNEN JJ
      MODEL OF THE ANAEROBIC METABOLISM OF THE BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PROCESS - STOICHIOMETRY AND PH INFLUENCE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    65. SAN HA; TANIK A; ORHON D
      MICROSCALE MODELING OF SUBSTRATE REMOVAL KINETICS IN MULTICOMPONENT FIXED-FILM SYSTEMS

      Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology


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