By Gabriel Bitton
A unmarried, entire source for researchers, scientists, and scholars in environmental microbiology in recent times, the sector of environmental microbiology has taken on new significance. yet regardless of a wealth of latest learn and new curiosity within the topic, there hasn't ever been a unmarried source to which pros and scholars may perhaps flip for trustworthy, specific insurance of the sphere. This six-volume set serves as a entire examine the sphere entire with the newest state of the art study. The Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology offers, in a single resource, the entire info researchers and scientists desire for this swiftly starting to be field.
It covers the total diversity of themes, from aquatic microbiology and environmental biotechnology, to public health and wellbeing and water therapy microbiology. positive aspects include:
Approximately 350 articles supply A-Z insurance of the total box of environmental microbiology and all very important topics
Extensive cross-referencing, bibliographies, and a posh index
Illustrated with images, tables, and line drawings
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In the atmosphere, nitrogen mainly exists as dinitrogen gas (N2 ), where it constitutes about 78% of the atmosphere. Nitrogen is fixed by bacteria in primary production and is liberated as ammonium in the biological food chain (Ncycle). Part of the ammonium is returned to primary production and the bacterial processes of nitrification and denitrification recycle the surplus to the atmosphere as N2 . NO As The elimination of inorganic nitrogen compounds plays an important role in wastewater treatment, because these compounds contribute significantly to the eutrophication of aquatic environments and are toxic to fish.
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