Swine wastewater properties in plant culture, algal culture and plant-algae co-culture
We developed a vetiver-Dictyosphaerium sp. co-culture system for the rapid removal of nutrients and the efficient inactivation of pathogens in swine wastewater. Wastewater properties were measured in Hangzhou, China at different culture times in vetiver culture, Dictyosphaerium sp. culture, and vetiver-Dictyosphaerium sp. co-culture. This dataset illustrates the change patterns in wastewater chemical properties of different cultures, as well as the bacterial community shift in vetiver-Dictyosphaerium sp. co-culture. This dataset could help to establish an ecological and side effect-free strategy for simultaneous removal of nutrients and pathogens in wastewater.
How to cite this dataset:
Zhou, Q., Cheng, Q., 2018. Swine wastewater properties in plant culture, algal culture and plant-algae co-culture, Version 1.0. Interdisciplinary Earth Data Alliance (IEDA). https://doi.org/10.1594/IEDA/111223.
DOI Creation Date:
Xinjie, W., Xin, N., Qilu, C., Ligen, X., Yuhua, Z., & Qifa, Z. (2019). Vetiver and Dictyosphaerium sp. co-culture for the removal of nutrients and ecological inactivation of pathogens in swine wastewater. Journal of Advanced Research
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National Key Research and Development Program of China: 2017YFD0300103
National Natural Science Foundation of China: 41271363
Coverage Scope: Other
User Contributed Keyword(s):
swine wastewater,ammonia,P,pH,dissolved oxygen,bacterial abundance.
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