Jia Wang

Henan Normal University, Henan’an, Guangdong, China

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    ABSTRACT: In this study, the bacterial dynamics and structure compositions in the two-stage biological process of a full-scale printing and dyeing wastewater (PDW) treatment system were traced and analyzed by terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism (T-RFLP) and 454 pyrosequencing techniques. T-RFLP analysis showed that the microbial communities experienced significant variation in the process of seed sludge adaptation to the PDW environments and were in constant evolution during the whole running period of the system, despite the constant COD and color removal effects. Pyrosequencing results indicated that the two-stage biological system harbored rather diverse bacteria, with Proteobacteria being the predominant phylum during the steady running period, although its microbial compositions differed. The first-stage aerobic tank was dominated by α-Proteobacteria (89.05% of Proteobacteria), whereas in the second-stage aerobic tank, β- and γ-Proteobacteria, besides α-Proteobacteria, were the dominant bacterial populations.
    No preview · Article · Feb 2014 · Biotechnology and Bioprocess Engineering
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    ABSTRACT: In this study, the dynamics of bacterial, fungal and archaeal populations in two-stage biological processes of a full-scale printing and dyeing wastewater treatment system were traced using cultivation and molecular biological techniques. The enumeration results indicated that bacteria were the dominant population in the system, in which the ratio of fungi to bacteria decreased in all the treatment units, while the ratio of archaea to bacteria increased significantly, especially in samples from the second-stage biological treatment process. PCR-denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) analysis showed that the microbial diversity increased with system running and 64.6% of bacterial, 57.6% of fungal and 38.2% of archaeal populations remained in the system from the seed sludge during system start-up. In spite of variation in the microbial community and composition of the influents, some bacterial species such as Thauera sp. and Xanthomonadaceae were present simultaneously in all the collected samples.
    No preview · Article · Apr 2012 · Bioresource Technology