nitrite bacteria

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nitrite bacteria

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ammonia-oxidizing bacteria

soil BACTERIA, for example Nitrosomonas, that oxidize ammonia to nitrite.
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Prevalence of ammonia-oxidizing bacteria over ammonia-oxidizing archea in sediments as related to nutrient loading in Chinese aquaculture ponds.
She works alongside researchers focused on transforming human health through products that restore Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacteria (AOB).
Adair K, Schwartz E (2008) Evidence that ammonia-oxidizing archaea are more abundant than ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in soils along an elevation gradient in northern Arizona, USA.
In the past 100 years, ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB) were considered as the dominant microorganism in the ammonia oxidation process [1].
Yangfang, "Comparing the primer specificity for betaproteobacterial ammonia-oxidizing bacteria in recirculation aquaculture systems," Acta Microbiologica Sinica, vol.
Extensive research has been conducted on the inhibitory effect of FA on the activities and thresholds of nitrite-oxidizing bacteria (NOB) and ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB) [2-4].
Ammonia-oxidizing bacteria belong to Gram negative with rod-shaped cells (length 0.6-4 pm), ellipsoid, spherical, and spiral.
The whole partial nitritation by Ammonia-oxidizing Bacteria (AOB) combined with anammox process is of great interest in effluents of anaerobic digestion, which contain high amounts of nitrogen as ammonia.
It has indeed been demonstrated that MOB and ammonia-oxidizing bacteria (AOB) can switch substrates (Dunfield and Knowles, 1995).
This joint research looksinto the removal of high-concentration nitrogen by an anaerobic treatment method using anaerobic ammonia-oxidizing bacteria.