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Impacto de los recientes avances en el análisis de comunidades microbianas sobre el control del proceso de tratamiento de efluentes Impact of the recent advances in the analysis of microbial communities on the control of the wastewater treatment process

Leonardo Erijman; Eva L. M. Figuerola; Leandro D. Guerrero; Joaquín M. Ayarza;
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  • Published: 01 Jun 2011 Journal: Revista Argentina de Microbiología (issn: 0325-7541, eissn: 1851-7617, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier España
Abstract
Una de las funciones principales de la biotecnología ambiental es ocuparse del estudio de comunidades microbianas que proveen servicios esenciales para la sociedad. Más allá de las similitudes que presenta con la microbiología industrial y la agrícola, la biotecnología ambiental presenta peculiaridades, tales como los objetivos de proceso, las características de la biomasa y el tipo y modo de alimentación (sustratos), que la distinguen claramente de las otras disciplinas relacionadas. En este artículo se reseñan recientes avances en la ecología microbiana, la ecofisiología, la genómica y la ingeniería de procesos, para ilustrar cómo la integración de los nuevos ...
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free text keywords: Lodos activados, Dinámica de comunidades microbianas, Ensamblado de comunidades microbianas, Tratamiento de efluentes, Metagenómica, Nitrificación, Activated sludge, Community dynamics, Community assembly, Wastewater treatment, Metagenomics, Nitrification, Infectious and parasitic diseases, RC109-216, Microbiology, QR1-502
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