Takahashi Nobuhiro TAKAHASHI Nobuhiro

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College of Bioresource Sciences, Nihon University (1997年 CiNii収録論文より)

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  • Isolation and Characterization of Slime-Producing Bacteria Capable of Utilizing Petroleum Hydrocarbons as a Sole Carbon Source

    HINO Sanae , WATANABE Kazuya , TAKAHASHI Nobuhiro

    Two slime-producing bacteria capable of utilizing petroleum hydrocarbons as a sole carbon source were isolated from the drain water of a crude oil storage cavity. The bacteria (designated strains SLI …

    Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering 84(6), 528-531, 1997-12-01

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  • A New Psychrotrophic Ammonia-Oxidizing Bacterium Nitrosovibrio sp. TYM9

    TOKUYAMA Tatsuaki , YOSHIDA Naofumi , MATSUISHI Takeaki , TAKAHASHI Naomi , TAKAHASHI Reiji , KANEHIRA Tsutomu , SHINOHARA Masayuki

    A new psychrotrophic ammonia-oxidizing bacterium (strain TYM9) was isolated in a screening of 150 soil samples on a gellan gum-solidified plate. The cells of strain TYM9 are slender cuved rods (0.2-0. …

    Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering 83(4), 377-380, 1997-04-25

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  • Responses of Activated Sludge to an Increase in Phenol Loading

    WATANABE Kazuya , HINO Sanae , TAKAHASHI Nobuhiro

    The limit of phenol-loading rate for an activated-sludge process was predicted to be 4 g/l, d, based on kinetic data for the phenol-oxygenating activity of activated sludge treating phenol at a loadin …

    Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering 82(5), 522-524, 1996-11-25

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  • Effects of Exogenous Phenol-Degrading Bacteria on Performance and Ecosystem of Activated Sludge

    WATANABE Kazuya , HINO Sanae , TAKAHASHI Nobuhiro

    Three exogenous phenol-degrading bacteria, Alcaligenes sp. R5,Acromobacter sp. E1 and Alcaligenes sp. E2,were each inoculated into separate laboratory units of activated sludge fed on peptone, and the …

    Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering 82(3), 291-298, 1996-09-25

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  • Diversity in Kinetics of Bacterial Phenol-Oxygenating Activity

    WATANABE Kazuya , HINO Sanae , ONODERA Ko , KAJIE Shin-Ichi , TAKAHASHI Nobuhiro

    Bacterial phenol-oxygenating activity was measured at phenol concentrations from 0.3 μM to 20 mM. The kinetic parameters in Haldane's formula, apparent K_s, K_<SI>, and V_<max>, for the ac …

    J. Ferment. Bioeng. 81(6), 560-563, 1996-06-01

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