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|Title:||Microbiological investigation of activated sludge in sequencing batch bioreactor for urban wastewater treatment|
|Keywords:||Activated sludge;Metazoa;Protozoa;Sequencing batch bioreactor (SBR)|
|Abstract:||This study presents measurement of containment parameters of waste water obtained from influent and effluent of sequencing batch bioreactor (SBR). Arcella Sp. dominantly encountered in Sample I from Karaman-Adapazari-Sakarya Urban Waste water Treatment Plant in Turkey. Amount of cells belonging to Difflugia Sp., however, had increased for Sample II. In Sample III,Arcella Sp., and Difflugia Sp. lost their dominance, whereas Didinium Sp., Aspidisca Sp., Targidrade Sp., and Peranema Sp., were encountered. This finding indicates that protozoa and metazoan population in activated sludge enable daily control of waste water treatment efficiency.|
|ISSN:||0975-1084 (Online); 0022-4456 (Print)|
|Appears in Collections:||JSIR Vol.69(08) [August 2010]|
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