Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology

Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology

Online ISBN: 9780471263395

DOI: 10.1002/0471263397

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  1. Acetylene Reduction Assay
  2. Acid Mine Drainage
  3. Acidophiles
  4. Actinomycetes in Activated Sludge
  5. Actinomycetes in Soils
  6. Actinomycetes, Airborne
  7. Actinomycetes: Role in Foaming of Activated Sludge
  8. Actinorhizal Symbiosis
  9. Activated Carbon
  10. Activated Sludge and Biofilms: Molecular Techniques for Determining Community Composition
  11. Activated Sludge Models: Microbiological Basis
  12. Activated Sludge-Foaming
  13. Activated Sludge—Microbiology of Nitrogen Removal
  14. Activated Sludge—Sequencing Batch Reactors
  15. Activated Sludge—The “G-Bacteria”
  16. Activated Sludge—The Floc
  17. Activated Sludge—The Microbial Community
  18. Activated Sludge—The Process
  19. Activated Sludge, Filamentous Bacteria in
  20. Activated Sludge, Methodology
  21. Activated Sludge: Use of Molecular Tools
  22. Adenoviruses
  23. Adhesion (Primary) of Microorganisms onto Surfaces
  24. Adhesion to Surfaces
  25. Adhesion, Immobilization, and Retention of Microorganisms on Solid Substrata
  26. Adsorption of Microorganisms to Surfaces
  27. Adsorption of Viruses to Surfaces
  28. Aerobic Endospores: Application in Monitoring of Drinking Water Treatment
  29. Aerobic Respiration, Principles of
  30. Aeromonas Hydrophila
  31. Aggregates and Consortia, Microbial
  32. Agroterrorism
  33. Air Pollution Control
  34. Air Sampling
  35. Air-Water Interface
  36. Airborne Bacterial Pathogens
  37. Airborne Fungi
  38. Airborne Microorganisms
  39. Airborne Toxigenic Molds
  40. Algae
  41. Algae Biotechnology
  42. Algae, Blue-Green
  43. Algae, Polar
  44. Algae, Use as Biological Indicators in Paleolimnology
  45. Algae: Eutrophication
  46. Algae: Streams
  47. Algae: Waste Stabilization Ponds
  48. Algal Blooms
  49. Algal Blooms—Impact on Drinking Water Treatment, Taste, and Odor Problems
  50. Algal Pigments as Indicators
  51. Algal Turf Scrubbing: Potential Use for Wastewater Treatment
  52. Alkaline Enzymes
  53. Alkaliphiles
  54. Alkaliphiles: Alkaline Enzymes and their Applications
  55. Alkaliphilic Microorganisms
  56. Alkalithermophiles (anaerobic)
  57. Allergens, Fungal
  58. Amebas (Free-Living) Causing Meningoencephalitis
  59. Ammonification
  60. Amoeboid Protozoa
  61. Anaerobic Granules
  62. Anammox
  63. Anhydrobiosis
  64. Anthrax
  65. Antibiotic Resistance
  66. Anydrobiosis
  67. Aquifers, Atlantic Coastal Plain
  68. Arbuscular Mycorrhizae
  69. Archaea in Biotechnology
  70. Archaea in Marine Environments
  71. Archaea in Soil Habitats
  72. Archaea in Soils
  73. Archaea, Detection of
  74. Archaea, Thermophilic
  75. Archaea: Detection Methods
  76. Assimilable Organic Carbon (AOC) in Drinking Water
  77. Assimilable Organic Carbon (AOC) in Treated Water: Determination and Significance
  78. Astroviruses
  79. Atlantic Coastal Plain Aquifers and Other Uncosolidated Subsurface Sediments: Microbiological Aspects
  80. Attachment of Microorganisms
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