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Elimination of special bacteria from treatment effluent by ciliates


Environmental biotechnology: proceedings of the International Symposium on Biotechnology, Bratislava, Czechoslovakia, June 27-29, 1990: 113-119
Elimination of special bacteria from treatment effluent by ciliates
The use of ciliates to overcome problems in activated sludge treatment caused by the presence of specific substrates degradable only by dispersed growing bacteria with a very low growth rate was investigated. Such bacteria could be eliminated by effective predators.

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