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    1. Wang, ND; Peng, J; Hill, G
      Biochemical model of glucose induced enhanced biological phosphorus removal under anaerobic condition

      WATER RESEARCH
    2. Wang, JC; Park, JK
      Effect of anaerobic-aerobic contact time on the change of internal storageenergy in two different phosphorus-accumulating organisms

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    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. Jeon, CO; Lee, DS; Lee, MW; Park, JM
      Enhanced biological phosphorus removal in an anaerobic-aerobic sequencing batch reactor: Effect of pH

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

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
    6. Pai, TY; Ouyang, CF; Su, JL; Leu, HG
      Modelling the steady-state effluent characteristics of the TNCU process under different return mixed liquid

      APPLIED MATHEMATICAL MODELLING
    7. Pai, TY; Ouyang, CF; Su, JL; Leu, HG
      Modelling the stable effluent qualities of the A2O process with activated sludge model 2d under different return supernatant

      JOURNAL OF THE CHINESE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERS
    8. Dabert, P; Sialve, B; Delgenes, JP; Moletta, R; Godon, JJ
      Characterisation of the microbial 16S rDNA diversity of an aerobic phosphorus-removal ecosystem and monitoring of its transition to nitrate respiration

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    9. 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
    10. Grant, RF; Nalder, IA
      Climate change effects on net carbon exchange of a boreal aspen-hazelnut forest: estimates from the ecosystem model ecosys

      GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
    11. Canizares, P; De Lucas, A; Rodriguez, L; Villasenor, J
      Anaerobic uptake of different organic substrates by an enhanced biologicalphosphorus removal sludge

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    12. Kortstee, GJJ; Appeldoorn, KJ; Bonting, CFC; Van Niel, EWJ; Van Veen, HJ
      Ecological aspects of biological phosphorus removal in activated sludge systems - 1. Introduction

      ADVANCES IN MICROBIAL ECOLOGY, VOL 16
    13. 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
    14. Hesselmann, RPX; Von Rummell, R; Resnick, SM; Hany, R; Zehnder, AJB
      Anaerobic metabolism of bacteria performing enhanced biological phosphate removal

      WATER RESEARCH
    15. 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
    16. Tasli, R; Orhon, D; Artan, N
      The effect of substrate composition on the nutrient removal potential of sequencing batch reactors

      WATER SA
    17. Carucci, A; Lindrea, K; Majone, M; Ramadori, R
      Different mechanisms for the anaerobic storage of organic substrates and their effect on enhanced biological phosphate removal (EBPR)

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    18. Carucci, A; Kuhni, M; Brun, R; Carucci, G; Koch, G; Majone, M; Siegrist, H
      Microbial competition for the organic substrates and its impact on EBPR systems under conditions of changing carbon feed

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    19. 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
    20. Della Gatta, G; Jozwiak, M; Ferloni, P
      Heat capacities near room temperature of ten solid alkane-alpha, omega-diols HO-(CH2)(n)-OH where n = 6 and 8 <= n <= 16

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL THERMODYNAMICS
    21. FILIPE CDM; DAIGGER GT
      DEVELOPMENT OF A REVISED METABOLIC MODEL FOR THE GROWTH OF PHOSPHORUS-ACCUMULATING ORGANISMS

      Water environment research
    22. CHUANG SH; OUYANG CF; YUANG HC; YOU SJ
      EVALUATION OF PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN ANAEROBIC-ANOXIC-AEROBIC SYSTEM -VIA POLYHYDROXYALKONOATES MEASUREMENTS

      Water science and technology
    23. TONKOVIC Z
      ENERGETICS OF ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN REMOVAL PROCESSES

      Water science and technology
    24. LINDREA KC; LOCKWOOD G; MAJONE M
      THE DISTRIBUTION AND MOVEMENT OF POLYPHOSPHATE AND ASSOCIATED CATIONSIN SLUDGES FROM NDEBPR PLANTS IN DIFFERENT CONFIGURATIONS AT PILOT-SCALE

      Water science and technology
    25. CHRISTENSSON M; BLACKALL LL; WELANDER T
      METABOLIC TRANSFORMATIONS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF THE SLUDGE COMMUNITY IN AN ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL SYSTEM

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    26. TANDOI V; MAJONE M; MAY J; RAMADORI R
      THE BEHAVIOR OF POLYPHOSPHATE ACCUMULATING ACINETOBACTER ISOLATES IN AN ANAEROBIC-AEROBIC CHEMOSTAT

      Water research (Oxford)
    27. KIM HT
      THE SIMULTANEOUS REMOVAL OF ORGANIC MATTERS AND NUTRIENTS USING HIGH-RATE ANAEROBIC REACTOR AND MOVING-MEDIA INTERMITTENT AERATION REACTOR

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    28. WENTZEL MC; EKAMA GA
      PRINCIPLES IN THE DESIGN OF SINGLE-SLUDGE ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SYSTEMS FOR BIOLOGICAL REMOVAL OF CARBON, NITROGEN, AND PHOSPHORUS

      Water environment research
    29. BARKER PS; DOLD PL
      GENERAL-MODEL FOR BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SYSTEMS - MODEL PRESENTATION

      Water environment research
    30. UBISI MF; JOOD TW; WENTZEL MC; EKAMA GA
      ACTIVATED-SLUDGE MIXED LIQUOR HETEROTROPHIC ACTIVE BIOMASS

      Water S.A.
    31. VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; HOOIJMANS CM; BRDJANOVIC D; HEIJNEN JJ
      BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHATE REMOVAL PROCESSES

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    32. STANTE L; CELLAMARE CM; MALASPINA F; BORTONE G; TILCHE A
      BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL BY PURE CULTURE OF LAMPROPEDIA SPP

      Water research
    33. LIU WT; NAKAMURA K; MATSUO T; MINO T
      INTERNAL ENERGY-BASED COMPETITION BETWEEN POLYPHOSPHATE-ACCUMULATING AND GLYCOGEN-ACCUMULATING BACTERIA IN BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL REACTORS - EFFECT OF P C FEEDING RATIO/

      Water research
    34. ROMANSKI J; HEIDER M; WIESMANN U
      KINETICS OF ANAEROBIC ORTHOPHOSPHATE RELEASE AND SUBSTRATE UPTAKE IN ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL FROM SYNTHETIC WASTE-WATER

      Water research
    35. ABATE L; PALECZ B; GIANCOLA C; DELLAGATTA G
      HEAT-CAPACITIES, AND ENTHALPIES AND ENTROPIES OF FUSION OF SOME UNCHARGED SMALL PEPTIDES (N-ACETYLAMINO ACID-AMIDES AND 2,5-DIKETOPIPERAZINES)

      Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics
    36. AMEND JP; HELGESON HC
      GROUP ADDITIVITY EQUATIONS OF STATE FOR CALCULATING THE STANDARD MOLAL THERMODYNAMIC PROPERTIES OF AQUEOUS-ORGANIC SPECIES AT ELEVATED-TEMPERATURES AND PRESSURES

      Geochimica et cosmochimica acta
    37. PAULI ASL; KAITALA S
      PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE KINETICS BY ACINETOBACTER ISOLATES

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    38. COMEAU Y; LAMARRE D; ROBERGE F; PERRIER M; DESJARDINS G; HADE C; MAYER R
      BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL FROM A PHOSPHORUS-RICH PRE-FERMENTED INDUSTRIAL WASTE-WATER

      Water science and technology
    39. DOMALSKI ES; HEARING ED
      HEAT-CAPACITIES AND ENTROPIES OF ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS IN THE CONDENSED-PHASE, VOL-3

      Journal of physical and chemical reference data
    40. ZABRANSKY M; RUZICKA V; MAJER V; DOMALSKI ES
      HEAT-CAPACITY OF LIQUIDS - VOLUME 1 - CRITICAL-REVIEW AND RECOMMENDEDVALUES

      Journal of physical and chemical reference data
    41. MANIN NG; ANTONOVA OA; KOROLEV VP
      THERMOCHEMICAL STUDY OF THE SOLVATION OF ETHYLENE-GLYCOL, GLYCERIN AND FORMAMIDE IN WATER-TERT-BUTANOL MIXED-SOLVENT

      Zurnal obsej himii
    42. BATOV DV; ANTONOVA OA; EGOROVA NG; KOROLEV VP
      ENTHALPIES OF ETHYLENEGLYCOL, 1,4-BUTYLEN EGLYCOL, 2,3-BUTYLENEGLYCOL, GLYCERIN AND 2-ETHOXYETHANOL SOLUTION IN WATER-METHANOL MIXED-SOLVENT

      Zurnal obsej himii
    43. PEREIRA H; LEMOS PC; REIS MAM; CRESPO JPSG; CARRONDO MJT; SANTOS H
      MODEL FOR CARBON METABOLISM IN BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PROCESSES BASED ON IN-VIVO C-13-NMR LABELING EXPERIMENTS

      Water research
    44. CHUANG SH; OUYANG CF; WANG YB
      KINETIC COMPETITION BETWEEN PHOSPHORUS RELEASE AND DENITRIFICATION ONSLUDGE UNDER ANOXIC CONDITION

      Water research
    45. GRAZIANO G; CATANZANO F; BARONE G
      THE ENTHALPY-CONVERGENCE TEMPERATURE FOR THE DISSOLUTION INTO WATER OF SOLID ALPHA-AMINO-ACIDS

      Thermochimica acta
    46. GRAZIANO G; BARONE G
      GROUP ADDITIVITY ANALYSIS OF THE HEAT-CAPACITY CHANGES ASSOCIATED WITH THE DISSOLUTION INTO WATER OF DIFFERENT ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS

      Journal of the American Chemical Society
    47. GRANT RF; GARCIA RL; PINTER PJ; HUNSAKER D; WALL GW; KIMBALL BA; LAMORTE RL
      INTERACTION BETWEEN ATMOSPHERIC CO2 CONCENTRATION AND WATER-DEFICIT ON GAS-EXCHANGE AND CROP GROWTH - TESTING OF ECOSYS WITH DATA FROM THE FREE-AIR CO2 ENRICHMENT (FACE) EXPERIMENT

      Global change biology
    48. JORGENSEN KS; PAULI ASL
      POLYPHOSPHATE ACCUMULATION AMONG DENITRIFYING BACTERIA IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE

      Anaerobe
    49. GRANT RF
      DYNAMICS OF ENERGY, WATER, CARBON AND NITROGEN IN AGRICULTURAL ECOSYSTEMS - SIMULATION AND EXPERIMENTAL VALIDATION

      Ecological modelling
    50. PAULI ASL; KAITALA S
      OPTIMAL-GROWTH CONDITIONS FOR ACINETOBACTER ISOLATES FROM ACTIVATED-SLUDGE TREATING FOREST-INDUSTRY WASTEWATERS

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    51. FLEIT E
      INTRACELLULAR PH REGULATION IN BIOLOGICAL EXCESS PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL SYSTEMS

      Water research
    52. MAURER M; GUJER W
      MONITORING OF MICROBIAL PHOSPHORUS RELEASE IN BATCH EXPERIMENTS USINGELECTRIC-CONDUCTIVITY

      Water research
    53. GRANT RF
      SALINITY, WATER-USE AND YIELD OF MAIZE - TESTING OF THE MATHEMATICAL-MODEL ECOSYS

      Plant and soil
    54. JORGENSEN H; NIELSEN J; VILLADSEN J; MOLLGAARD H
      METABOLIC FLUX DISTRIBUTIONS IN PENICILLIUM-CHRYSOGENUM DURING FED-BATCH CULTIVATIONS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    55. GRANT RF; KIMBALL BA; PINTER PJ; WALL GW; GARCIA RL; LAMORTE RL; HUNSAKER DJ
      CARBON-DIOXIDE EFFECTS ON CROP ENERGY-BALANCE - TESTING ECOSYS WITH AFREE-AIR CO2 ENRICHMENT (FACE) EXPERIMENT

      Agronomy journal
    56. LIU WT; MINO T; NAKAMURA K; MATSUO T
      ROLE OF GLYCOGEN IN ACETATE UPTAKE AND POLYHYDROXYALKANOATE SYNTHESISIN ANAEROBIC-AEROBIC ACTIVATED-SLUDGE WITH A MINIMIZED POLYPHOSPHATE CONTENT

      Journal of fermentation and bioengineering
    57. CARUCCI A; MAJONE M; RAMADORI R; ROSSETTI S
      DYNAMICS OF PHOSPHORUS AND ORGANIC SUBSTRATES IN ANAEROBIC AND AEROBIC PHASES OF A SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR

      Water science and technology
    58. GONCALVES RF; NOGUEIRA FN; LEGRAND L; ROGALLA F
      NITROGEN AND BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN SUBMERGED BIOFILTERS

      Water science and technology
    59. LINDREA KC; PIGDON SP; BOYD B; LOCKWOOD GA
      BIOMASS CHARACTERIZATION IN A NITRIFICATION-DENITRIFICATION BIOLOGICAL ENHANCED PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL (NDBEPR) PLANT DURING START-UP AND SUBSEQUENT PERIODS OF GOOD AND POOR PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL

      Water science and technology
    60. GONCALVES RF; LEGRAND L; ROGALLA F
      BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS UPTAKE IN SUBMERGED BIOFILTERS WITH NITROGEN REMOVAL

      Water science and technology
    61. DOHNAL V; ROUX AH; HYNEK V
      LIMITING PARTIAL MOLAR EXCESS-ENTHALPIES BY FLOW CALORIMETRY - SOME ORGANIC-SOLVENTS IN WATER

      Journal of solution chemistry
    62. ABATE L; DELLAGATTA G; SOMSEN G
      HEAT-CAPACITIES OF 16 SMALL PEPTIDES (N-ACETYL-N'-METHYLAMINO ACID-AMIDES) MEASURED BY DIFFERENTIAL SCANNING CALORIMETRY

      Thermochimica acta
    63. SMOLDERS GJF; VANDERMEIJ J; VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; HEIJNEN JJ
      STOICHIOMETRIC MODEL OF THE AEROBIC METABOLISM OF THE BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PROCESS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    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. CECH JS; HARTMAN P; WANNER J
      COMPETITION BETWEEN POLYP AND NON-POLYP BACTERIA IN AN ENHANCED PHOSPHATE REMOVAL SYSTEM

      Water environment research
    66. KARAGOUNIS I; TROSCH J; ZAMBONI F
      A COUPLED PHYSICAL-BIOCHEMICAL LAKE MODEL FOR FORECASTING WATER-QUALITY - APPLICATION TO THE NORTHERN BASIN OF LAKE LUGANO

      Aquatic sciences
    67. CECH JS; HARTMAN P
      COMPETITION BETWEEN POLYPHOSPHATE AND POLYSACCHARIDE ACCUMULATING BACTERIA IN ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHATE REMOVAL SYSTEMS

      Water research
    68. GRANT RF; ROCHETTE P; DESJARDINS RL
      ENERGY-EXCHANGE AND WATER-USE EFFICIENCY OF FIELD CROPS - VALIDATION OF A SIMULATION-MODEL

      Agronomy journal


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