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Role of glycogen as an intracellular carbon reserve of activated sludge in the competitive growth of filamentous and non-filamentous bacteria



Role of glycogen as an intracellular carbon reserve of activated sludge in the competitive growth of filamentous and non-filamentous bacteria



Water Science and Technology 23(4-6): 899-905



The relationship between the feeding pattern of activated sludge (continuous or intermittent) and the glycogen reservation capacity of activated sludge was investigated. A higher reservation capacity was associated with the ability to synthesise glycogen faster, ensuring higher glucose uptake. Sludge with high reservation capacity predominated in intermittently-fed reactors.

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