respiration inhibition test Articles
Improving the sensitivity of the activated sludge respiration inhibition test and verifying the results using an oxidation-reduction potential electrode
The inhibition of activated sludge respiration is one of the most important parameters for monitoring wastewater toxicity. The main objective of this study was to improve respiration inhibition testing in order to protect the biological degradation within the aerobic process in a wastewater treatment plant more efficiently. In order to influence the sensitivity of the testing bacteria, two ...
A New Toxkit Microbiotest with the Protozoan Ciliate Tetrahymena
Abstract : Culture free microbiotests with organisms from different trophic and functional levels, e.g. bacteria, algae, rotifers and crustaceans, are presently available. This paper presents the status quo and general design of a new, ready to use multi-generation microbiotest with the standard ciliate Tetrahymena, a representative from a further ecologically relevant group - the protozoa. The ...
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