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Isolation of a halophilic bacterium, Bacillus sp. strain NY-6 for organic contaminants removal in saline wastewater on ship

The objective of this research was to examine if certain strains of Bacillus bacteria , could survive in dry powder products and if so, could the bacteria degrade organic contaminants in saline wastewater on a ship. As part of the study, we isolated 7 domesticated strains named NY1, NY2,..., and NY7... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Marine Science and Application 2013, Vol.12(2), pp.245-249
Main Author: Gao, Jie
Other Authors: Yu, Zhenjiang , Zhang, Xiaohui , Zhao, Dan , Zhao, Fangbo
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Language: English
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ID: ISSN: 1671-9433 ; E-ISSN: 1993-5048 ; DOI: 10.1007/s11804-013-1192-z
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title: Isolation of a halophilic bacterium, Bacillus sp. strain NY-6 for organic contaminants removal in saline wastewater on ship
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  • Chemical Oxygen Demand
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description: The objective of this research was to examine if certain strains of Bacillus bacteria , could survive in dry powder products and if so, could the bacteria degrade organic contaminants in saline wastewater on a ship. As part of the study, we isolated 7 domesticated strains named NY1, NY2,..., and NY7, the strain NY6 showed to have the best performance for organic matter degradation and could survive in dry powder more than 3 months. NY6 was identified as Bacillus aerius, based on the morphological and physic-chemical properties. Its optimal growth conditions were as follows: salinity was 2%; temperature was 37°C; pH was in 6.5–7.0; best ratio of C: N: P was 100:5:1. The capability of its dry powder for Chemical Oxygen Demand (COD) removal was 800mg COD/g in synthesized marine wastewater with 2% salinity. The spores in the dry powder were 1.972×10 8 g −1 .
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