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    1. Liu, JR; McKenzie, CA; Seviour, EM; Webb, RI; Blackall, LL; Saint, CP; Seviour, RJ
      Phylogeny of the filamentous bacterium 'Nostocoida limicola' III from activated sludge

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    2. Ajithkumar, VP; Ajithkumar, B; Mori, K; Takamizawa, K; Iriye, R; Tabata, S
      A novel filamentous Bacillus sp., strain NAF001, forming endospores and budding cells

      MICROBIOLOGY-SGM
    3. Seka, MA; Cabooter, S; Verstraete, W
      A test for predicting propensity of activated sludge to acute filamentous bulking

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    4. Monro, JA
      Wheat bran equivalents based on faecal bulking indices for dietary management of faecal bulk

      ASIA PACIFIC JOURNAL OF CLINICAL NUTRITION
    5. Thompson, G; Swain, J; Kay, M; Forster, CF
      The treatment of pulp and paper mill effluent: a review

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    6. Dionisi, D; Majone, M; Tandoi, V; Beccari, M
      Sequencing batch reactor: Influence of periodic operation on performance of activated sludges in biological wastewater treatment

      INDUSTRIAL & ENGINEERING CHEMISTRY RESEARCH
    7. Bent, AE; Tutrone, RT; McLennan, MT; Lloyd, LK; Kennelly, MJ; Badlani, G
      Treatment of intrinsic sphincter deficiency using autologous ear chondrocytes as a bulking agent

      NEUROUROLOGY AND URODYNAMICS
    8. Contreras, E; Bertola, N; Zaritzky, N
      The application of different techniques to determine activated sludge kinetic parameters in a food industry wastewater

      WATER SA
    9. Klingler, HC; Marberger, M
      Bulking agents in the treatment of female urinary stress incontinence. Therapeutic approach to female stress incontinence

      UROLOGE A
    10. Dircks, K; Henze, M; van Loosdrecht, MCM; Mosbaek, H; Aspegren, H
      Storage and degradation of poly-beta-hydroxybutyrate in activated sludge under aerobic conditions

      WATER RESEARCH
    11. Seka, AM; Van de Wiele, T; Verstraete, W
      Feasibility of a multi-component additive for efficient control of activated sludge filamentous bulking

      WATER RESEARCH
    12. Dionisi, D; Majone, M; Ramadori, R; Beccari, M
      The storage of acetate under anoxic conditions

      WATER RESEARCH
    13. Carta, F; Beun, JJ; Van Loosdrecht, MCM; Heijnen, JJ
      Simultaneous storage and degradation of PHB and glycogen in activated sludge cultures

      WATER RESEARCH
    14. Pernelle, JJ; Gaval, G; Cotteux, E; Duchene, P
      Influence of transient substrate overloads on the proliferation of filamentous bacterial populations in an activated sludge pilot plant

      WATER RESEARCH
    15. Xing, JH; Soffer, EE
      Adverse effects of laxatives

      DISEASES OF THE COLON & RECTUM
    16. Hayashi, K; Hara, H; Asvarujanon, P; Aoyama, Y; Luangpituksa, P
      Ingestion of insoluble dietary fibre increased zinc and iron absorption and restored growth rate and zinc absorption suppressed by dietary phytate inrats

      BRITISH JOURNAL OF NUTRITION
    17. Schneider, T; Sperling, H; Rubben, H
      "Bulking agents" for the treatment of male and female stress incontinence - The current stage of research

      AKTUELLE UROLOGIE
    18. Blackall, LL; Seviour, EM; Bradford, D; Rossetti, S; Tandoi, V; Seviour, RJ
      'Candidatus Nostocoida limicola', a filamentous bacterium from activated sludge

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    19. Demirer, GN; Speece, RE
      Comparison of anaerobic acrylic acid biotransformation in single- and two-stage pH-stat completely stirred tank reactor systems

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    20. Philips, S; Verstraete, W
      Inhibition of activated sludge by nitrite in the presence of proteins or amino acids

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    21. Clark, T; Burgess, JE; Stephenson, T; Arnold-Smith, AK
      The influence of iron-based co-precipitants on activated sludge biomass

      PROCESS SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
    22. Belanche, L; Valdes, J; Comas, J; Roda, IR; Poch, M
      Prediction of the bulking phenomenon in wastewater treatment plants

      ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN ENGINEERING
    23. Mueller, JA; Kim, YK; Krupa, JJ; Shkreli, F; Nasr, S; Fitzpatrick, B
      Full-scale demonstration of improvement in aeration efficiency

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING-ASCE
    24. Hu, ZR; Wentzel, MC; Ekama, GA
      External nitrification in biological nutrient removal activated sludge systems

      WATER SA
    25. Lemmer, H; Lind, G; Muller, E; Schade, M; Ziegelmayer, B
      Scum in activated sludge plants: Impact of non-filamentous and filamentousbacteria

      ACTA HYDROCHIMICA ET HYDROBIOLOGICA
    26. Martinez, F; Favela-Torres, E; Gomez, J
      Oscillations of exopolymeric composition and sludge volume index in nitrifying flocs

      APPLIED BIOCHEMISTRY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    27. Yun, Z; Jo, W; Yi, Y; Choi, S; Choi, E; Min, K
      Effects of sludge settling characteristics in the BNR system

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    28. Ng, WJ; Ong, SL; Sarada, N; Hu, JY; Fan, XJ; Ang, WS
      Quantification of foaming behaviour using foam index

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Wanner, J; Ruzickova, I; Krhutkova, O; Pribyl, M
      Activated sludge population dynamics and wastewater treatment plant designand operation

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    30. Nikolavcic, B; Svardal, K
      Biological treatment of potato-starch wastewater - design and application of an aerobic selector

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    31. Grady, CPL; Filipe, CDM
      Ecological engineering of bioreactors for wastewater treatment

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    32. Cenens, C; Smets, IY; Ryckaert, VG; Van Impe, JF
      Modeling the competition between floc-forming and filamentous bacteria in activated sludge waste water treatment systems I. Evaluation of mathematical models based on kinetic selection theory

      WATER RESEARCH
    33. Cenens, C; Smets, IY; Van Impe, JF
      Modeling the competition between floc-forming and filamentous bacteria in activated sludge waste water treatment systems II. A prototype mathematicalmodel based on kinetic selection and filamentous backbone theory

      WATER RESEARCH
    34. Madoni, P; Davoli, D; Gibin, G
      Survey of filamentous microorganisms from bulking and foaming activated-sludge plants in Italy

      WATER RESEARCH
    35. Andreasen, K; Nielsen, PH
      Growth of Microthrix parvicella in nutrient removal activated sludge plants: Studies of in situ physiology

      WATER RESEARCH
    36. Contreras, EM; Giannuzzi, L; Zaritzky, NE
      Growth kinetics of the filamentous microorganism Sphaerotilus natans in a model system of a food industry wastewater

      WATER RESEARCH
    37. Ramirez, GW; Alonso, JL; Villanueva, A; Guardino, R; Basiero, JA; Bernecer, I; Morenilla, JJ
      A rapid, direct method for assessing chlorine effect on filamentous bacteria in activated sludge

      WATER RESEARCH
    38. Dominguez, J; Edwards, CA; Webster, M
      Vermicomposting of sewage sludge: Effect of bulking materials on the growth and reproduction of the earthworm Eisenia andrei

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    39. Baeva, MR; Panchev, IN; Terzieva, VV
      Comparative study of texture of normal and energy reduced sponge cakes

      NAHRUNG-FOOD
    40. Beun, JJ; Paletta, F; Van Loosdrecht, MCM; Heijnen, JJ
      Stoichiometry and kinetics of poly-beta-hydroxybutyrate metabolism in aerobic, slow growing, activated sludge cultures

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    41. Baxter-Plant, VS; Hayes, E; Forster, CF
      Problems caused by filamentous bacteria in pilot-scale nutrient-removal activated-sludge plants

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    42. Corazziari, E
      Need of the ideal drug for the treatment of chronic constipation

      ITALIAN JOURNAL OF GASTROENTEROLOGY AND HEPATOLOGY
    43. Vlyssides, AG; Loizidou, M; Zorpas, AA
      Characteristics of solid residues from olive oil processing as bulking material for co-composting with industrial wastewaters

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    44. Chu, CP; Lee, DJ; Chang, GR; Liu, JC
      Consolidation of bulking waste activated sludge

      ADVANCES IN ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH
    45. RHYKERD R; CREWS B; MCINNES K; WEAVER RW
      IMPACT OF BULKING AGENTS, FORCED AERATION, AND TILLAGE ON REMEDIATIONOF OIL-CONTAMINATED SOIL

      Bioresource technology
    46. Artan, N; Tasli, R
      Effect of aeration and filling patterns on nutrient removal performance ina sequencing batch reactor

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    47. 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
    48. Nogales, R; Elvira, C; Benitez, E; Thompson, R; Gomez, M
      Feasibility of vermicomposting dairy biosolids using a modified system to avoid earthworm mortality

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART B-PESTICIDES FOOD CONTAMINANTS AND AGRICULTURAL WASTES
    49. Al-Shagrawi, RA; Al-Ojayan, MO; Sadek, MA; Al-Shayeb, IE; Al-Ruqaie, IM
      Effects of alkaline, hydrogen peroxide-treated fibres on nutrient digestibility, blood sugar and lipid profile in rats

      FOOD CHEMISTRY
    50. Cuervo-Lopez, FM; Martinez, F; Gutierrez-Rojas, M; Noyola, RA; Gomez, J
      Effect of nitrogen loading rate and carbon source on denitrification and sludge settleability in upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactors

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    51. Andreasen, K; Agertved, J; Petersen, JO; Skaarup, H
      Improvement of sludge settleability in activated sludge plants treating effluent from pulp and paper industries

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    52. Clauss, F; Balavoine, C; Helaine, D; Martin, G
      Controlling the settling of activated sludge in pulp and paper wastewater treatment plants

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

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    54. Ekama, GA; Wentzel, MC
      Denitrification kinetics in biological N and P removal activated sludge systems treating municipal wastewaters

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    55. Tomei, MC; Levantesi, C; Rossetti, S; Tandoi, V
      Microbiological characterisation of pure cultures and its relevance to modelling and control of bulking phenomena

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    56. Majone, M; Dircks, K; Beun, JJ
      Aerobic storage under dynamic conditions in activated sludge processes. The state of the art

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    57. Chang, IS; Lee, CH; Ahn, KH
      Membrane filtration characteristics in membrane-coupled activated sludge system: The effect of floc structure on membrane fouling

      SEPARATION SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    58. Burrows, LJ; Stokes, AJ; West, JR; Forster, CF; Martin, AD
      Evaluation of different analytical methods for tracer studies in aeration lanes of activated sludge plants

      WATER RESEARCH
    59. Wilen, BM; Balmer, P
      The effect of dissolved oxygen concentration on the structure, size and size distribution of activated sludge flocs

      WATER RESEARCH
    60. Krishna, C; Van Loosdrecht, MCM
      Effect of temperature on storage polymers and settleability of activated sludge

      WATER RESEARCH
    61. Garcia, MG; Marino, F; Mato, S
      Effect of the diet on growth and reproduction of Eisenia andrei (Oligochaeta, Lumbricidae) reared in individual cultures

      PEDOBIOLOGIA
    62. Howarth, R; Unz, RF; Seviour, EM; Seviour, RJ; Blackall, LL; Pickup, RW; Jones, JG; Yaguchi, J; Head, IM
      Phylogenetic relationships of filamentous sulfur bacteria (Thiothrix spp. and Eikelboom type 021N bacteria) isolated from wastewater-treatment plantsand description of Thiothrix eikelboomii sp nov., Thiothrix unzii sp nov.,Thiothrix fructosivorans sp nov and Thiothrix defluvii sp nov.

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC BACTERIOLOGY
    63. Hill, CAS; Jones, D
      Dimensional changes in Corsican pine sapwood due to chemical modification with linear chain anhydrides

      HOLZFORSCHUNG
    64. Cooper, PF; Downing, AL; Boon, A; Kroiss, H; Woods, D
      Milestones in the development of the activated-sludge process over the past eighty years (abridged) - Discussion

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    65. Wanner, J; Barnard, J; Holthausen, E; Najm, M; Boon, A
      Stable foams and sludge bulking: The largest remaining problems (abridged)- Discussion

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    66. Dermissi, N
      Building and foaming in activated sludge plants

      FRESENIUS ENVIRONMENTAL BULLETIN
    67. CLARK T; STEPHENSON T
      EFFECTS OF CHEMICAL-ADDITION ION AEROBIC BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF MUNICIPAL WASTE-WATER

      Environmental technology
    68. BAXTERPLANT VS; HAYES E; FORSTER CF
      THE EXAMINATION OF ACTIVATED-SLUDGE FROM 3 PLANTS IN RELATION TO THE PROBLEM OF STABLE FOAM FORMATION

      Process safety and environmental protection
    69. MAGBANUA BS; BOWERS AR
      EFFECT OF RECYCLE AND AXIAL MIXING ON MICROBIAL SELECTION IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE

      Journal of environmental engineering
    70. KAMPFER P
      SOME CHEMOTAXONOMIC AND PHYSIOLOGICAL-PROPERTIES OF THE GENUS SPHAEROTILUS

      Systematic and applied microbiology
    71. PYCHA A; KLINGLER CH; HAITEL A; HEINZPEER G; MARBERGER M
      IMPLANTABLE MICROBALLOONS - AN ATTRACTIVE ALTERNATIVE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF INTRINSIC SPHINCTER DEFICIENCY

      European urology
    72. WILSON AW; DO P; KELLER WE
      IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL PROGRAM AT CALGARY BONNYBROOK-WASTE-WATER-TREATMENT-PLANT

      Water science and technology
    73. TANDOI V; ROSSETTI S; BLACKALL LL; MAJONE M
      SOME PHYSIOLOGICAL-PROPERTIES OF AN ITALIAN ISOLATE OF MICROTHRIX-PARVICELLA

      Water science and technology
    74. MAMAIS D; ANDREADAKIS A; NOUTSOPOULOS C; KALERGIS C
      CAUSES OF, AND CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR, MICROTHRIX-PARVICELLA BULKING AND FOAMING IN NUTRIENT REMOVAL ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SYSTEMS

      Water science and technology
    75. ANDREASEN K; NIELSEN PH
      IN-SITU CHARACTERIZATION OF SUBSTRATE UPTAKE BY MICROTHRIX-PARVICELLAUSING MICROAUTORADIOGRAPHY

      Water science and technology
    76. KNOOP S; KUNST S
      INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND SLUDGE LOADING ON ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SETTLING, ESPECIALLY ON MICROTHRIX-PARVICELLA

      Water science and technology
    77. BRADFORD D; CHRISTENSSON C; JAKAB N; BLACKALL LL
      MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL METHODS TO DETECT MICROTHRIX-PARVICELLA AND TO DETERMINE ITS ABUNDANCE IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE

      Water science and technology
    78. WESTLUND AD; HAGLAND E; ROTHMAN M
      FOAMING IN ANAEROBIC DIGESTERS CAUSED BY MICROTHRIX-PARVICELLA

      Water science and technology
    79. SCURAS S; DAIGGER GT; GRADY CPL
      MODELING THE ACTIVATED-SLUDGE FLOC MICROENVIRONMENT

      Water science and technology
    80. SCRUGGS CE; RANDALL CW
      EVALUATION OF FILAMENTOUS MICROORGANISM GROWTH-FACTORS IN AN INDUSTRIAL WASTE-WATER ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SYSTEM

      Water science and technology
    81. WANNER J; RUZICKOVA I; JETMAROVA P; KRHUTKOVA O; PARANIAKOVA J
      A NATIONAL SURVEY OF ACTIVATED-SLUDGE SEPARATION PROBLEMS IN THE CZECH-REPUBLIC - FILAMENTS, FLOC CHARACTERISTICS AND ACTIVATED-SLUDGE METABOLIC PROPERTIES

      Water science and technology
    82. TSAI YC; LEE CM
      SUBSTRATE UTILIZATION CHARACTERISTICS OF THE PREDOMINANT FILAMENTOUS AND FLOC-FORMING BACTERIA ISOLATED FROM A CHEMICAL FIBER FACTORY WASTE-WATER TREATMENT-PLANT

      Water science and technology
    83. EIKELBOOM DH; GROVENSTEIN J
      CONTROL OF BULKING IN A FULL-SCALE PLANT BY ADDITION OF TALC (PE-8418)

      Water science and technology
    84. NIELSEN PH; ANDREASEN K; WAGNER M; BLACKALL LL; LEMMER H; SEVIOUR RJ
      VARIABILITY OF TYPE 021N IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE AS DETERMINED BY IN-SITUSUBSTRATE UPTAKE PATTERN AND IN-SITU HYBRIDIZATION WITH FLUORESCENT RIBOSOMAL-RNA-TARGETED PROBES

      Water science and technology
    85. VANDERWAARDE JJ; GEURKINK B; HENSSEN M; HEIJNEN G
      DETECTION OF FILAMENTOUS AND NITRIFYING BACTERIA IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE WITH 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA PROBES

      Water science and technology
    86. SORM R; BORTONE G; WANNER J; TILCHE A
      BEHAVIOR OF ACTIVATED-SLUDGE FROM A SYSTEM WITH ANOXIC PHOSPHATE-UPTAKE

      Water science and technology
    87. YAMAMOTOIKEMOTO R; MATSUI S; KOMORI T; BOSQUEHAMILTON EK
      INTERACTIONS BETWEEN FILAMENTOUS SULFUR BACTERIA, SULFATE-REDUCING BACTERIA AND POLY-P ACCUMULATING BACTERIA IN ANAEROBIC-OXIC ACTIVATED-SLUDGE FROM A MUNICIPAL PLANT

      Water science and technology
    88. Kim, YC; Pipes, WO; Chung, PG
      Control of activated sludge bulking by operating clarifiers in a series

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    89. Yamamoto-Ikemoto, R; Matsui, S; Komori, T; Bosque-Hamilton, EK
      Control of filamentous bulking and interactions among sulfur oxidation-reduction and iron oxidation-reduction in activated sludge using an iron coagulant

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    90. Prendl, L; Kroiss, H
      Bulking sludge prevention by an aerobic selector

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    91. Clauss, F; Helaine, D; Balavoine, C; Bidault, A
      Improving activated sludge floc structure and aggregation for enhanced settling and thickening performances

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    92. Majone, M; Massanisso, P; Ramadori, R
      Comparison of carbon storage under aerobic and anoxic conditions

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    93. Kamiya, T; Hirotsuji, J
      New combined system of biological process and intermittent ozonation for advanced wastewater treatment

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    94. NETTELBLADT CG; KATOULI M; BARK T; SVENBERG T; MOLLBY R; LJUNGQVIST O
      BULKING FIBER PREVENTS TRANSLOCATION TO MESENTERIC LYMPH-NODES OF AN EFFICIENTLY TRANSLOCATING ESCHERICHIA-COLI STRAIN IN RATS

      Clinical nutrition
    95. HUTCHINSON JN
      A SMALL-SCALE FIELD CHECK ON THE FISHER-LEHMANN AND BAKKER-LE-HEUX CLIFF DEGRADATION MODELS

      Earth surface processes and landforms
    96. SAAYMAN GB; SCHUTTE CF; VANLEEUWEN J
      CHEMICAL CONTROL OF FILAMENTOUS SLUDGE BULKING IN A FULL-SCALE BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL ACTIVATED-SLUDGE PLANT

      Ozone: science & engineering
    97. MANZ W; EISENBRECHER M; NEU TR; SZEWZYK U
      ABUNDANCE AND SPATIAL-ORGANIZATION OF GRAM-NEGATIVE SULFATE-REDUCING BACTERIA IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE INVESTIGATED BY IN-SITU PROBING WITH SPECIFIC 16S RIBOSOMAL-RNA-TARGETED OLIGONUCLEOTIDES

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    98. HWANG YW; TANAKA T
      CONTROL OF MICROTHRIX-PARVICELLA FOAMING IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE

      Water research
    99. BECCARI M; MAJONE M; MASSANISSO P; RAMADORI R
      A BULKING-SLUDGE WITH HIGH STORAGE RESPONSE SELECTED UNDER INTERMITTENT FEEDING

      Water research (Oxford)
    100. RHYKERD RL; SEN D; MCINNES KJ; WEAVER RW
      VOLATILIZATION OF CRUDE-OIL FROM SOIL AMENDED WITH BULKING AGENTS

      Soil science


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