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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. Liu, WT; Nielsen, AT; Wu, JH; Tsai, CS; Matsuo, Y; Molin, S
      In situ identification of polyphosphate- and polyhydroxyalkanoate-accumulating traits for microbial populations in a biological phosphorus removal process

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    3. Boswell, CD; Dick, RE; Eccles, H; Macaskie, LE
      Phosphate uptake and release by Acinetobacter johnsonii in continuous culture and coupling of phosphate release to heavy metal accumulation

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    4. Falvo, A; Levantesi, C; Rossetti, S; Seviour, RJ; Tandoi, V
      Synthesis of intracellular storage polymers by Amaricoccus kaplicensis, a tetrad forming bacterium present in activated sludge

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    5. Carr, E; Eason, H; Feng, S; Hoogenraad, A; Croome, R; Soddell, J; Lindrea, K; Seviour, R
      RAPD-PCR typing of Acinetobacter isolates from activated sludge systems designed to remove phosphorus microbiologically

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY
    6. 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
    7. 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
    8. 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
    9. Jeon, CO; Lee, DS; Park, JM
      Enhanced biological phosphorus removal in an anaerobic-aerobic sequencing batch reactor: Characteristics of carbon metabolism

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    10. 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
    11. Panswad, T; Iamsamer, K; Anotai, J
      Decolorization of azo-reactive dye by polyphosphate- and glycogen-accumulating organisms in an anaerobic-aerobic sequencing batch reactor

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    12. Merzouki, M; Bernet, N; Delgenes, JP; Moletta, R; Benlemlih, M
      Effect of operating parameters on anoxic biological phosphorus removal in anaerobic anoxic sequencing batch reactor

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    13. Orescanin, V; Nad, K; Valkovic, V; Mikulic, N; Mestrovic, O
      Red mud and waste base: Raw materials for coagulant production

      JOURNAL OF TRACE AND MICROPROBE TECHNIQUES
    14. Torres, P; Foresti, E
      Domestic sewage treatment in a pilot system composed of UASB and SBR reactors

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    15. Hao, X; Heijnen, JJ; Qian, Y; van Loosdrecht, MCM
      Contribution of P-bacteria in biological nutrient removal processes to overall effects on the environment

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    16. Wu, Q; Bishop, PL; Keener, TC; Stallard, J; Stile, L
      Sludge digestion enhancement and nutrient removal from anaerobic supernatant by Mg(OH)(2) application

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    17. Panswad, T; Techovanich, A; Anotai, J
      Comparison of dye wastewater treatment by normal and anoxic plus anaerobic/aerobic SBR activated sludge processes

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    18. Manga, J; Ferrer, J; Garcia-Usach, F; Seco, A
      A modification to the Activated Sludge Model No. 2 based on the competition between phosphorus-accumulating organisms and glycogen-accumulating organisms

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    19. Spagni, A; Buday, J; Ratini, P; Bortone, G
      Experimental considerations on monitoring ORP, pH, conductivity and dissolved oxygen in nitrogen and phosphorus biological removal processes

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    20. Helness, H; Odegaard, H
      Biological phosphorus and nitrogen removal in a sequencing batch moving bed biofilm reactor

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    21. Falkentoft, C; Harremoes, P; Mosbaek, H; Wilderer, P
      Stability of a lab-scale biofilm for simultaneous removal of phosphorus and nitrate

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    22. Hylander, LD; Siman, G
      Plant availability of phosphorus sorbed to potential wastewater treatment materials

      BIOLOGY AND FERTILITY OF SOILS
    23. 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
    24. Battistoni, P; De Angelis, A; Pavan, P; Prisciandaro, M; Cecchi, F
      Phosphorus removal from a real anaerobic supernatant by struvite crystallization

      WATER RESEARCH
    25. Patureau, D; Helloin, E; Rustrian, E; Bouchez, T; Delgenes, JP; Moletta, R
      Combined phosphate and nitrogen removal in a sequencing batch reactor using the aerobic denitrifier, Microvirgula aerodenitrificans

      WATER RESEARCH
    26. Savenko, AV
      On the mechanism of phosphorus accumulation in oceanic iron-manganese nodules

      GEOCHEMISTRY INTERNATIONAL
    27. Filipe, CDM; Daigger, GT; Grady, CPL
      A metabolic model for acetate uptake under anaerobic conditions by glycogen accumulating organisms: Stoichiometry, kinetics, and the effect of pH

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    28. 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
    29. Gonsiorczyk, T; Casper, P; Koschel, R
      Mechanisms of phosphorus release from the bottom sediment of the oligotrophic Lake Stechlin: Importance of the permanently oxic sediment surface

      ARCHIV FUR HYDROBIOLOGIE
    30. Savenko, VS
      Global hydrological cycle and geochemical balance of phosphorus in the ocean

      OCEANOLOGY
    31. Maszenan, AM; Seviour, RJ; Patel, BKC; Schumann, P; Burghardt, J; Tokiwa, Y; Stratton, HM
      Three isolates of novel polyphosphate-accumulating Gram-positive cocci, obtained from activated sludge, belong to a new genus, Tetrasphaera gen. nov., and description of two new species, Tetrasphaera japonica sp, nov and Tetrasphaera australiensis sp nov.

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC AND EVOLUTIONARY MICROBIOLOGY
    32. Seviour, RJ; Maszenan, AM; Soddell, JA; Tandoi, V; Patel, BKC; Kong, YH; Schumann, P
      Microbiology of the 'G-bacteria' in activated sludge

      ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    33. Kuroda, A; Kunimoto, H; Morohoshi, T; Ikeda, T; Kato, J; Takiguchi, N; Miya, A; Ohtake, H
      Evaluation of phosphate removal from water by immobilized phosphate-binding protein PstS

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    34. Liu, WT; Mino, T; Matsuo, T; Nakamura, K
      Isolation, characterization and identification of polyhydroxyalkanoate-accumulating bacteria from activated sludge

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    35. Liu, WT; Linning, KD; Nakamura, K; Mino, T; Matsuo, T; Forney, LJ
      Microbial community changes in biological phosphate-removal systems on altering sludge phosphorus content

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    36. Melasniemi, H; Hernesmaa, A
      Yeast spores seem to be involved in biological phosphate removal: a microscopic in situ case study

      MICROBIOLOGY-UK
    37. Low, KS; Lee, CK; Wong, SM
      Sorption enhancement of phosphorus by chemically modified rice hull

      JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE AND HEALTH PART A-TOXIC/HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES & ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING
    38. Canizares, P; De Lucas, A; Rodriguez, L; Villasenor, J
      Anaerobic uptake of different organic substrates by an enhanced biologicalphosphorus removal sludge

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    39. Mitani, T; Ichimura, A; Shimomura, KH; Koike, N; Ohshiro, H; Yanagita, T; Jiang, YZ
      Phosphate ion removal by baked volcanic ash soil

      KAGAKU KOGAKU RONBUNSHU
    40. Huang, SH; Chiswell, B
      Phosphate removal from wastewater using spent alum sludge

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

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    42. Jeon, CO; Lee, DS; Park, JM
      Morphological characteristics of microbial sludge performing enhanced biological phosphorus removal in a sequencing batch reactor fed with glucose assole carbon source

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    43. Barak, Y; van Rijn, J
      Biological phosphate removal in a prototype recirculating aquaculture treatment system

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

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

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    46. Jeon, CO; Park, JM
      Enhanced biological phosphorus removal in a sequencing batch reactor supplied with glucose as a sole carbon source

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

      WATER RESEARCH
    48. Battistoni, P; Pavan, P; Prisciandaro, M; Cecchi, F
      Struvite crystallization: A feasible and reliable way to fix phosphorus inanaerobic supernatants

      WATER RESEARCH
    49. Shen, Y; Schidlowski, M; Chu, XL
      Biogeochemical approach to understanding phosphogenic events of the terminal Proterozoic to Cambrian

      PALAEOGEOGRAPHY PALAEOCLIMATOLOGY PALAEOECOLOGY
    50. Mino, T
      Microbial selection of polyphosphate-accumulating bacteria in activated sludge wastewater treatment processes for enhanced biological phosphate removal

      BIOCHEMISTRY-MOSCOW
    51. Hiraishi, A
      Isoprenoid quinones as biomarkers of microbial populations in the environment

      JOURNAL OF BIOSCIENCE AND BIOENGINEERING
    52. Lienemann, CP; Monnerat, M; Dominik, J; Perret, D
      Identification of stoichiometric iron-phosphorus colloids produced in a eutrophic lake

      AQUATIC SCIENCES
    53. Edge, D
      Perspectives for nutrient removal from sewage and implications for sludge strategy

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    54. Schuiling, RD; Andrade, A
      Recovery of struvite from calf manure

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    55. Giesen, A
      Crystallisation process enables environmental friendly phosphate removal at low costs

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    56. Canizares, P; Rodriguez, L; Villasenor, J; Rodriguez, J
      Effect of wastewater composition on the development of an activated sludgebiological phosphorus removal system

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    57. Rodrigo, MA; Seco, A; Ferrer, J; Penya-Roja, JM
      The effect of sludge age on the deterioration of the enhanced biological phosphorus removal process

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    58. Lee, SY; Choi, JI
      Production and degradation of polyhydroxyalkanoates in waste environment

      WASTE MANAGEMENT
    59. Merzouki, M; Delgenes, JP; Bernet, N; Moletta, R; Benlemlih, M
      Polyphosphate-accumulating and denitrifying bacteria isolated from anaerobic-anoxic and anaerobic-aerobic sequencing batch reactors

      CURRENT MICROBIOLOGY
    60. Bortone, G; Libelli, SM; Tilche, A; Wanner, J
      Anoxic phosphate uptake in the DEPHANOX process

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

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    62. Bond, PL; Keller, J; Blackall, LL
      Bio-P and non-bio-P bacteria identification by a novel microbial approach

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    63. Sudiana, IM; Mino, T; Satoh, H; Nakamura, K; Matsuo, T
      Metabolism of enhanced biological phosphorus removal and non-enhanced biological phosphorus removal sludge with acetate and glucose as carbon source

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    64. Brdjanovic, D; van Loosdrecht, MCM; Hooijmans, CM; Mino, T; Alaerts, GJ; Heijnen, JJ
      Innovative methods for sludge characterization in biological phosphorus removal systems

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    65. 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
    66. Maurer, M; Boller, M
      Modelling of phosphorus precipitation in wastewater treatment plants with enhanced biological phosphorus removal

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    67. Satoh, H; Mino, T; Matsuo, T
      PHA production by activated sludge

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL MACROMOLECULES
    68. Santos, MM; Lemos, PC; Reis, MAM; Santos, H
      Glucose metabolism and kinetics of phosphorus removal by the fermentative bacterium Microlunatus phosphovorus

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    69. Bond, PL; Erhart, R; Wagner, M; Keller, J; Blackall, LL
      Identification of some of the major groups of bacteria in efficient and nonefficient biological phosphorus removal activated sludge systems

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    70. Nielsen, AT; Liu, WT; Filipe, C; Grady, L; Molin, S; Stahl, DA
      Identification of a novel group of bacteria in sludge from a deteriorated biological phosphorus removal reactor

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    71. Panswad, T; Anan, C
      Impact of high chloride wastewater on an anaerobic/anoxic/aerobic process with and without inoculation of chloride acclimated seeds

      WATER RESEARCH
    72. Maurer, M; Abramovich, D; Siegrist, H; Gujer, W
      Kinetics of biologically induced phosphorus precipitation in waste-water treatment

      WATER RESEARCH
    73. Kawaharasaki, M; Tanaka, H; Kanagawa, T; Nakamura, K
      In situ identification of polyphosphate-accumulating bacteria in activatedsludge by dual staining with rRNA-targeted oligonucleotide probes and 4 ',6-diamidino-2-phenylindol (DAPI) at a polyphosphate-probing concentration

      WATER RESEARCH
    74. Maszenan, AM; Seviour, RJ; Patel, BKC; Schumann, P; Rees, GN
      Tessaracoccus bendigoensis gen. nov., sp. nov., a Gram-positive coccus occurring in regular packages or tetrads, isolated from activated sludge biomass

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SYSTEMATIC BACTERIOLOGY
    75. Roberge, G; Blais, JF; Mercier, G
      Phosphorus removal from wastewater treated with red mud-doped peat

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    76. Melasniemi, H; Hernesmaa, A; Pauli, ASL; Rantanen, P; Salkinoja-Salonen, M
      Comparative analysis of biological phosphate removal (BPR) and non-BPR activated sludge bacterial communities with particular reference to Acinetobacter

      JOURNAL OF INDUSTRIAL MICROBIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY
    77. Delaney, ML
      Phosphorus accumulation in marine sediments and the oceanic phosphorus cycle

      GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES
    78. WANG JC; PARK JK
      EFFECT OF WASTE-WATER COMPOSITION ON MICROBIAL-POPULATIONS IN BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PROCESSES

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

      Water science and technology
    80. MASZENAN AM; SEVIOUR RJ; PATEL BKC; REES GN; MCDOUGALL B
      THE HUNT FOR THE G-BACTERIA IN ACTIVATED-SLUDGE BIOMASS

      Water science and technology
    81. LIU WT; MARSH TL; FORNEY LJ
      DETERMINATION OF THE MICROBIAL DIVERSITY OF ANAEROBIC-AEROBIC ACTIVATED-SLUDGE BY A NOVEL MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL TECHNIQUE

      Water science and technology
    82. HELMER C; KUNST S
      LOW-TEMPERATURE EFFECTS ON PHOSPHORUS RELEASE AND UPTAKE BY MICROORGANISMS IN EBPR PLANTS

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

      Water science and technology
    84. BOND PL; KELLER J; BLACKALL LL
      CHARACTERIZATION OF ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL ACTIVATED SLUDGES WITH DISSIMILAR PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL PERFORMANCES

      Water science and technology
    85. CHUANG SH; OUYANG CF; YUANG HC; YOU SJ
      PHOSPHORUS AND POLYHYDROXYALKANOATES VARIATION IN A COMBINED PROCESS WITH ACTIVATED-SLUDGE AND BIOFILM

      Water science and technology
    86. Sudiana, IM; Mino, T; Satoh, H; Matsuo, T
      Morphology, in-situ characterization with rDNA targetted probes and respiratory quinone profiles of enhanced biological phosphorus removal sludge

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    87. ARGELIER S; DELGENES JP; MOLETTA R
      DESIGN OF ACIDOGENIC REACTORS FOR THE ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF THE ORGANIC FRACTION OF SOLID FOOD WASTE

      Bioprocess engineering
    88. BRDJANOVIC D; VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; HOOIJMANS CM; MINO T; ALAERTS GJ; HEIJNEN JJ
      EFFECT OF POLYPHOSPHATE LIMITATION ON THE ANAEROBIC METABOLISM OF PHOSPHORUS-ACCUMULATING MICROORGANISMS

      Applied microbiology and biotechnology
    89. Artan, N; Tasli, R; Ozgur, N; Orhon, D
      The fate of phosphate under anoxic conditions in biological nutrient removal activated sludge systems

      BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    90. ZHAO DY; SENGUPTA AK
      ULTIMATE REMOVAL OF PHOSPHATE FROM WASTE-WATER USING A NEW CLASS OF POLYMERIC ION-EXCHANGERS

      Water research
    91. LIU YH
      RELATION BETWEEN SLUDGE CARBOHYDRATE CONTENT AND BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHATEREMOVAL

      Water research
    92. VANLANGERAK EPA; GONZALEZGIL G; VANAELST A; VANLIER JB; HAMELERS HVM; LETTINGA G
      EFFECTS OF HIGH-CALCIUM CONCENTRATIONS ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF METHANOGENIC SLUDGE IN UPFLOW ANAEROBIC SLUDGE BED (UASB) REACTORS

      Water research
    93. MINO T; VANLOOSDRECHT MCM; HEIJNEN JJ
      MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY OF THE ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHATE REMOVAL PROCESS

      Water research (Oxford)
    94. TANDOI V; MAJONE M; MAY J; RAMADORI R
      THE BEHAVIOR OF POLYPHOSPHATE ACCUMULATING ACINETOBACTER ISOLATES IN AN ANAEROBIC-AEROBIC CHEMOSTAT

      Water research (Oxford)
    95. HOFMAN JAMH; BEUMER MM; BAARS ET; VANDERHOEK JP; KOPPERS HMM
      ENHANCED SURFACE-WATER TREATMENT BY ULTRAFILTRATION

      Desalination
    96. Battistoni, P; Pavan, P; Cecchi, F; Mata-Alvares, J
      Effect of composition of anaerobic supernatants from an anaerobic, anoxic and oxic (A(2)O) process on struvite and hydroxyapatite formation

      ANNALI DI CHIMICA
    97. LIU YH
      LOW SLUDGE CARBOHYDRATE CONTENT - A PREREQUISITE FOR ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHATE REMOVAL

      Water environment research
    98. DANESH S; OLESZKIEWICZ JA
      VOLATILE FATTY-ACID PRODUCTION AND UPTAKE IN BIOLOGICAL NUTRIENT REMOVAL SYSTEMS WITH PROCESS SEPARATION

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

      Water environment research
    100. KOUMANOVA B; DRAME M; POPANGELOVA M
      PHOSPHATE REMOVAL FROM AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS USING RED MUD WASTED IN BAUXITE BAYERS PROCESS

      Resources, conservation and recycling


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