- Volume 10 Issue 6
A batch-type study was conducted to investigate the phosphorus release and uptake under anaerobic and aerobic conditions according to organic loading changes. As organic loading increased, anaerobic P release increased but aerobic P uptake decreased. Where organic carbon contents remain high in aerobic conditions, PHB consumption within the microbial cells diminished, therefore it was found that in order to enhance P uptake rate, it should reach the endogenous growth stage where the entire organic loading was consumed.
P release and uptake;Organic loading;Endogenous growth;PHB
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