Plaque, a build-up or biofilm of bacteria, feed on food debris and sugar, which anaerobically
produce lactic acid that dissolves calcium and phosphorus in the enamel.
The subject of this contract is to supply a polymeric flocculant for drainage of anaerobically
stabilized sludge weighing approximately 60,000 kilograms per year (ie about 240,000 kilograms over the duration of the public contract) and an emulsion flocculant to thicken excess activated sludge weighing approximately 15,000 kilograms per year approximately 60 000 kilograms for the duration of the public contract).
After 48 hours no growth was found aerobically and anaerobically
Hypoxia in muscles forces the muscle cells to produce energy anaerobically
, which leads to lactic acid accumulation and cramp.
During this time, the fish are able to convert anaerobically
produced lactic acid into ethanol, which then diffuses across their gills into the surrounding water and avoids a dangerous build-up of lactic acid in the body.
The increases in anaerobically
digested organic wastes in the world created a greater attention to evaluate the impact of the residue on soil properties.
The experiment was carried out to investigate the effect of adding palm oil sludge in cattle diets on methane and volatile fatty acid production as well as on the microbial population of the manure when digested anaerobically
In her lab in Toronto, working with samples from multiple hydrocarbon-contaminated sites, Edwards has been identifying, enriching, culturing and selecting the microbes that break down benzene anaerobically
, converting it to methane and carbon dioxide.
The heavy cows tromp out the oxygen, and the whole bedding pack ferments anaerobically
Considering that knowledge of microbiological parameters is a key to making use of anaerobically
fermented colostrum as food to rear calves, the present study was elaborated to evaluate the inhibitory effects of anaerobic colostrum fermentation (colostrum silage) on bacteria of importance to animal health.
Mixed into soil, it is a carbon source for soil microbes, which decompose it anaerobically
Investigators conducted a rapid antigen detection test (RADT) of throat swabs for group A beta-hemolytic Streptococcus and cultured samples for Streptococcus; samples also were cultured anaerobically
and tested via polymerase chain reaction (PCR) for F.