Publish Date: May 1, 2013
Company: Elsevier/Water Research (A Journal of the International Water Association)
Cost: $35.95
Keywords: Additional treatments; Treated and distributed water quality; Flow cytometry (FCM); Adenosine triphosphate (ATP); Microbial growth; Particle accumulation; Loose deposits

Particle accumulation and microbial growth were investigated together in the pilot research. * Microbial growth can be controlled by reducing nutrients rather than limiting biomass. * Loose deposits give considerable contribution to the overall growth. * Membrane fouling simulator can be a fast prediction tool for growth. * ATP analysis accurately described both suspended and particle-associated biomass

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