King Mongkut's University of Technology North Bangkok
Microbial samples from full-scale H2S removal systems of different substrate derived industries were collected and analyzed to identify the diversity of sulfur-oxidizing bacteria. This is a collaborative project between King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok and Liverpool John Moores University funded by the Office of Higher Education Commission (Thailand) and The Royal Academy of Engineering (UK).
Figure 1. Experimental procedure for analyzed to identify the diversity of sulfur-oxidizing bacteria
Figure 2. The abundance heatmap shows a variety of microbial populations in industries that have different substrates.
Figure 3.Genus of sulfur-oxidizing bacteria in full-scale H2S removal systems
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