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Optimization of Mutant Strain of the Sulfur-Oxidizing Bacteria, Thiobacillus sp. UIW-6
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 Title & Authors
Optimization of Mutant Strain of the Sulfur-Oxidizing Bacteria, Thiobacillus sp. UIW-6
Shin, Seung-Yong; Kang, Sun-Chul;
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 Abstract
To reducing offensive odor form compost UIW-6 mutant obtained by UV treatment from sulfur-oxidizing bacteria, Thiobacillus sp. IW. The UIW-6 mutant was found 1.6 times faster in growth than the parent strain on thiosulfate medium (TM) at 36 h after incubation. Initial pH, temperature and agitation for the optimum growth of UIW-6 were 6.5, and 200 rpm, respectively. The UIW-6 mutant growth was two times higher than parent strain at 6 h culture in TM liquid medium containing 50 mM sodium thiosulfate. The UIW-6 mutant used fructose and sucrose as carbon sources and yeast extract> tryptone> peptone as nitrogen ones. It was found that the growth of UIW-6 was increased in addition of 0.2% yeast extract.
 Keywords
Thiobacillus sp. IW;UV-B;sodium thiosulfate;odor removal;
 Language
Korean
 Cited by
1.
폐타이어 분말의 Acidithiobacillus 종에 의한 탈황 메커니즘,박세호;이민지;김동학;이재열;양선아;방대석;지광환;

폴리머, 2015. vol.39. 4, pp.683-689 crossref(new window)
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