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Role of heterotrophic aerobic denitrifying bacteria in nitrate removal from wastewater.

著者 Rajta A , Bhatia R , Setia H , Pathania P
J Appl Microbiol.2019 Oct 06 ; ():.
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With the increase in industrial and agricultural activities, a large amount of nitrogenous compounds are released into the environment, leading to nitrate pollution. The perilous effects of nitrate present in the environment pose a major threat to human and animal health. Bioremediation provides a cost-effective and environmental friendly method to deal with this problem. The process of aerobic denitrification can reduce nitrate compounds to harmless dinitrogen gas. This review provides a brief view of the exhaustive role played by aerobic denitrifiers for tackling nitrate pollution under different ecological niches and their dependency on various environmental parameters. It also provides an understanding of the enzymes involved in aerobic denitrification. The role of aerobic denitrification to solve the issues faced by the conventional method (aerobic nitrification-anaerobic denitrification) in treating nitrogen-polluted wastewaters is elaborated.
PMID: 31587489 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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