Bacterial Bioflocculant for Multifunctional Features


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Autor: Sivaramakrishnan, S
Edición: 1
Páginas: 246
Año edición: 2022
SKU: 9780323911382 Categories , ,

1: Introduction.
2: Biosynthesis of Bioflocculant from Bacterial Consortium of Municipal Wastewater and its Characterization
2.1. Introduction.
2.2. Isolation of Bioflocculant-producing Bacteria.
2.3. Identification of Effective Bacterial Strains.
2.4. Composition of Bacterial Strains.
2.5. Construction of Bacterial Consortia.
2.6. Composition of Bacterial Consortia.
2.7. Nutritional Growth Medium.
2.8. Optimization of Culture Medium for Bacterial Bioflocculant Production.
2.8.1. Effect of Carbon and Nitrogen Sources.
2.8.2. Effect of Metal Ions.
2.8.3. Effect of Initial pH.
2.8.4. Effect of Time.
2.9. Purification of Bioflocculant.
2.10. Mechanism of Bioflocculant Synthesis.
2.11. Factors Influencing the Flocculating Activity of Bioflocculant.
2.11.1. Dosage.
2.11.2. Metal Ions.
2.11.2. Temperature.
2.11.3. pH.
2.12. Determination of Flocculating Activity.
2.13. Functional Characterization of Bioflocculant.
2.13.1. Compositional Characterization.
2.13.2. Chemical Characterization.
2.13.3. Molecular Characterization.
2.13.4. Biochemical Characterization.

3: Characterization of Complex Wastewater Using High-Throughput Techniques
3.1. Introduction.
3.2. Physicochemical Characteristics.
3.3. Molecular Characterization.
3.4. Analysis of Organic Compounds.
3.4.1. High-performance Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry (GC-MS) Analysis.
3.5. Analysis of Pharmaceutical Compounds.
3.5.1. High-resolution Liquid Chromatography- Mass Spectrometry (HR-LCMS) Analysis.
3.6. Analysis of Functional Groups of Organic Compounds.
3.6.1. X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) Analysis.
3.6.2. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) Analysis.
3.7. Analysis of Particle Size Distribution.
3.7.1. Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) Analysis.
3.7.2. Particle Size Distribution (PSD) Analysis.
3.8. Analysis of Elements.
3.8.1. Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy with Energy Dispersive X-Ray
Spectroscopy (FE-SEM-EDAX) Analysis.
3.8.2. X-ray Diffraction (XRD) Analysis.
3.8.3. Three-Dimensional Fluorescence Excitation-Emission Matrix (3D-EEM) Analysis.
3.9. Toxicity Studies using Zebra Fish.
3.9.1. Comet (CM) Assay.
3.9.2. Micronucleus (MN) Assay.
3.10. Conclusion

4: Bacterial Bioflocculant as Bioengineers in Wastewater Treatment
4.1. Introduction.
4.2. Removal of Organic Compounds.
4.2.1. GC-MS Analysis.
4.2.2. HR-LCMS Analysis.
4.2.3. FTIR Analysis.
4.3. Removal of Fluorescent Compounds.
4.3.1. 3D-EEM Analysis.
4.4. Removal of Elements.
4.4.1. XPS Analysis.
4.4.2. XRD Analysis.
4.4.3. SEM Analysis.
4.5. Removal of Particles.
4.5.1. PSD with Zeta Potential Analysis.
4.6. Detoxicity Studies in Zebra Fish.
4.6.1. Histopathology.
4.6.2. Genotoxicity Assay. CM Assay. MN Assay.
4.7. Antimicrobial Efficiency.
4.8. Summary.
5: Application of Bacterial Bioflocculant for the Synthesis of Biocapped Metal Nanoparticles and their Multifunctional Features
5.1. Bioflocculant and Bio@MNPs Interaction.
5.2. Characterization of Bioflocculant and Bio@MNPs.
5.3. Multifunctional Features of Bacterial Bioflocculant and Bio@MNPs.
5.3.1. Antitumor Activity.
5.3.2. Biosorption for Heavy Metal Removal.
5.3.3. Mosquitocidal Activity.
5.3.4. Biofilm Inhibition Activity.

6: Implications of Bacterial Bioflocculant for Public Health Demands
6.1. Elimination of Microbial Pathogens in Contaminated Water.
6.2. Eradication of Mosquito Breeding Sites in Wastewater.
6.3. Management of Industrial Effluents.
6.4. Recycling of Agricultural Wastes.
6.5. Recent Advancements in Miscellaneous Applications.

7: Summary


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