By Min-Tze Liong
This publication makes a speciality of using microorganisms when it comes to agriculture, aquaculture and similar fields, starting from biofertilizers to bird construction. the most recent strategies also are incorporated to supply insights into the limitless potentials of microorganisms in those areas.
Individual chapters discover themes similar to probiotics in chicken, biopurification of wastewater, changing agrowastes into value-added purposes and items, rice cultivation, surfactants and bacteriocin as biopreservatives, bioplastics, crop productiveness, biofloc, and the construction of common antibiotics. This quantity should be of specific curiosity to scientists, policymakers and business practitioners operating within the fields of agriculture, aquaculture and public health.
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Several studies of bioremediation of oily wastewaters in Greece have focused on A. vinelandii. Papadelli et al. (1996) isolated a strain of A. D. Bala et al. treated with olive mill wastewater (OMWW). Eventually, over 90 % removal of organic pollutants from OMWW was achieved using this strain (Ehaliotis et al. 1999; Piperidou et al. 2000). Di Gioia et al. (2001a, b) used two bacteria, Ralstonia sp. and P. putida, to treat Italian OMWW. Cultured together, these bacteria were able to degrade many phenolic compounds found in OMWW $6# (McNamara et al.
1981). Microalgae are efficient absorbers of heavy metals (Abdel-Raouf et al. 2012). Recently, Herna´ndez et al. (2013) reported the treatment of agroindustrial wastewaters using microalgae–bacteria consortium combined with anaerobic digestion of the produced biomass. 6 Aquatic and Microbial Systems for Wastewater Treatment Serious interests in natural methods for wastewater treatment have reemerged. The use of aquaculture systems as engineered systems in wastewater (domestic and industrial) treatment and recycling has increased enormously over the past few years; they are designed to achieve specific wastewater treatment and can simultaneously solve the environmental and sanitary problems and may also be economically efficient (Hussein et al.
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Beneficial Microorganisms in Agriculture, Aquaculture and Other Areas by Min-Tze Liong