Energy 40, 6782–6791. It is therefore well-established that these hazardous pollutants should be removed from TDWW by appropriate and effective methods prior to their release into the environment. Halotolerant bioanodes: The applied potential modulates the electrochemical characteristics, the biofilm structure and the ratio of the two dominant genera. Evolution of the current density (A/m2) vs. time (days) for experiments on a carbon felt electrode of 6 cm2 projected surface area polarized at −0.1 V/SCE in a reactor containing textile dyeing wastewater (TDWW) and reactors containing 80% of TDWW and 20% of saline sediments (TDWWS1, TDWWS2, TDWWS3). Bioresour. Currently he is the leading expert in the field of Natural Farming, both in Japan and South Korea. Correlation of the electrochemical kinetics of high-salinity-tolerant bioanodes with the structure and microbial composition of the biofilm. The original contributions presented in the study are publicly available. Energies 11:529. doi: 10.3390/en11030529, Gosavi, V. D., and Sharma, S. (2014). 44, 10057–10066. Allochthonous microorganisms get energy from outside sources. J. Environ. Energy 168, 706–723. As already reported by Xie et al. Soil Type and Quantitative Relations Between Autochthonous and Zymogenous Microorganisms WANDA KACZMAREK Summary The object of this investigation was to elucidate whether the quantitative ratio of zymogenous to autochthonous microflora in the soil is a relatively stable value or whether it is characteristic ofadefinitesoil type.andhowitis influenced bytheinputofnu … Hypersaline sediments used as inoculums were sampled from an extreme environment Chott El Djerid, located in the south of Tunisia (N 33°59′965″ and E 08°25′332″). Colonizing microorganisms were collected in the Interestingly, these reactors demonstrated COD removal proportional to the production of current generation. bat colonies in caves, seabirds on coastland) - guano is an example of allochthonous organic matter (dead organic material formed outside the ecosystem). (2019). Figure 2. It generates large volumes of textile dyeing wastewater (TDWW) containing high concentrations of saline, alkaline, and recalcitrant pollutants that could fuel tenacious and resilient electrochemically active microorganisms in bioanodes of bioelectrochemical systems. Bioelectrochemistry 112, 24–32. Technol. Cyclic voltammetry (CV) was performed in situ between −0.6 and 0.3 V/SCE at a scan rate of 1 mV.S−1. J. Environ. doi: 10.1016/j.bej.2016.09.013, Pandey, P., Shinde, V. N., Deopurkar, R. L., Kale, S. P., Patil, S. A., and Pant, D. (2016). Chem. In addition to Proteobacteria, the HSCE sample was hosted by other low-grade phyla, such as Firmicutes (6.8%), Cyanobacteria (5%), and Bacteroidetes (2%). Chronoamperometric (CA) maximum current densities of the halothermotolerant biofilms were carried out as indicated in the previous study by Askri et al. (8.33%). The autochthonous microorganisms were cultivated accordingly, but a standard R2a nutrient solution was used in order to simultaneously grow all inherent microorganisms of the river samples at a comparable cell concentration. Production, characterization and treatment of textile effluents: a critical review. This type of electroactive biofilm enveloping the carbon fibers is generally a feature of biofilms in hypersaline environments (Rousseau et al., 2014). TDWWS2 showed a non-homogeneous colonization of the carbon fibers. These methods involve (i) physical methods (coagulation–flocculation, adsorption, and filtration techniques), (ii) oxidation methods categorized as advanced oxidation processes (cavitation, photocatalytic oxidation, Fenton chemistry) and chemical oxidation using oxidizing agents (O3 and H2O2), and (iii) bioremediation methods (fungi, algae, bacteria) (Gosavi and Sharma, 2014; Yeap et al., 2014; Chandrakant et al., 2016; Chouchane et al., 2018; Jiang et al., 2018). CV was used to (i) validate the formation of an electroactive biofilm by comparing a control CV of the WE immersed in the TDWW with HSCE before starting the CA and a turnover CV at the end of the experiments and (ii) get access to I = f(E) of the bioanode that was shaped. Cyclic voltammetry performed in different conditions: (A) CV of porous carbon felt electrode immersed in TDWW; (B–D) CV of porous carbon felt electrode immersed in TDWW and HSCE sediment obtained at two different times: CVI (–): at the beginning of the experiment; CVM (–) at maximum current density. 185, 106–115. 4, 135–156. and Rhodococcus sp. Impact Factor 3.644 | CiteScore 3.2More on impact ›, Advanced Bioremediation Technologies and Processes for the Treatment of Synthetic Organic Compounds (SOCs) (2016). Originating or formed in the place where found; indigenous. 3, 1993–e2001. Technol. This work is the first to demonstrate the potential to develop a novel halothermotolerant bioanode incorporating allochthonous and autochthonous bacteria from both hypersaline sediment and TDWW. doi: 10.1016/j.rser.2017.05.098, Elabed, A., El Abed, S., Ibnsouda, S., and Erable, B. A 1 cm thick cross-section of the electrodes was prepared, and observations were then performed in the center of the porosity of the electrodes after staining the dead and living microbial cells with acridine orange. Technol. (15.47%), F. aquilariae (14.28%), and Lysobacter sp. Chem. doi: 10.1021/acs.est.8b02984, Kant, R. (2012). In addition, they showed a wider spectrum of antibacterial activity than spontaneously fermented juice and seeds. J. Performance improvement of microbial fuel cells for waste water treatment along with value addition: a review on past achievements and recent perspectives. Urban Water 1, 49–55. doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2015.03.101, Verma, A. K., Dash, R. R., and Bhunia, P. (2012). Examples of relictual and autochthonous endemism among island taxa will be described and adaptive radiation among successful island colonizers will be emphasized. Table 1. The initial CVs of the TDWW (negative control) and TDWWS1, S2, and S3 on the porous carbon felt electrode clearly showed the absence of an electroactive biofilm due to the fate shape of the voltammogram from 0.0 to +0.3 V. Interestingly from 0.0 to −0.6, a sharp decrease of the current was observed very likely due to the electrochemical reduction of some compounds in the medium. Technol. Microscopic inspection of the internal porosity of the carbon felt electrodes revealed a very low degree of internal porosity colonization for the electrodes TDWWS1, TDWWS2, and TDWWS3 (Figure 4). Eng. Sampling natural biofilms: a new route to build efficient microbial anodes. Sci. In spite of relatively similar bioelectrochemical behaviors, but with a time lag, the microscopic patterns of the biofilms show significant differences. Sustain. J. Hydr. The authors gratefully thank the European commission, the French ANR (ANR-15-NMED-0010), and the Ministry of High Education and Scientific Research of the Tunisian Republic (grant number LR11ES31) for their financial support within the framework of the WE-MET project (ERANETMED 2015 European call 14-035). Bioelectrochemistry 120, 127–137. Recent advances in the use of different substrates in microbial fuel cells toward wastewater treatment and simultaneous energy recovery. Here, the reproducibility of the TDWWS replicates observed from the first batch is to be underlined and certainly comes from the inexistence of competitive reactions due to the inhibition of non-electroactive microorganisms by the high salinity, the toxicity of the pollutants, and the possible presence of oxygen traces. Only few hundred milliamperes were obtained as current generation (300 mA). doi: 10.1016/j.biortech.2011.03.009, Yeap, K. L., Teng, T. T., Poh, B. T., Morad, N., and Lee, K. E. (2014). 239, 82–86. The monitoring was carried out according to the following equation: Samples were recuperated from anolytes of each reactor, and the COD was measured using LCK 514 (100–2,000 mg/O2) after a 1/6 dilution and filtration through the syringe of the chloride elimination kit LCW925 (Hach Lange) to remove any analytical interference from the chloride ions in the media. Conventional ultrafiltration as effective strategy for dye/salt fractionation in textile wastewater treatment. TDWW was the electrode sample with the lowest surface colonization rate. 30.2). On the other hand, for the other samples, TDWWS1, S2, and S3, a remarkable difference in the general shape of the turnover CVs is identified compared with their initial states and with the TDWW. Carbon felt WEs possibly covered with HSCE and/or TDWW microorganisms were removed from the reactors and imaged by epifluorescence microscopy (Figure 3). doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.07.090. Allochthonous is an antonym of autochthonous. J. Chem. After 21 days of incubation, 57 microorganisms were isolated. |, https://doi.org/10.3389/fbioe.2020.609446, Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY). Evaluation of microbial proliferation on the outer surface of carbon felt electrodes by epifluorescence microscopy imaging. After the homogenization step, reactors were hermetically closed without any gas flow. 102, 5728–e5733. Hertkorn N(1), Claus H, Schmitt-Kopplin P, Perdue EM, Filip Z. The hysteresis identified between the forward and return curves of the CVS (Figures 2B–D) is classic of bioanodes formed in saline or hypersaline environments (Erable and Bergel, 2009; Rousseau et al., 2014), where capacitive phenomena related to the high ionic charge of the electrolyte and especially the capacity of the electrode material and electroactive biofilm couple coexist. Int. There is therefore a great environmental and economical need to develop a processing technology that addresses these severe challenges. 39, 859–872. Effect of pore size on the current produced by 3-dimensional porous microbial anodes: a critical review. doi: 10.1016/j.biortech.2018.02.044, Xie, S., Lawlor, P. G., Frost, J. P., Hari, A. P., Amy, G., Logan, B. E., et al. -L. (2016). doi: 10.1002/asia.201100740, Hayat, H., Mahmood, Q., Pervez, A., Bhatti, Z. doi: 10.4172/2157-7048.1000182, González-Muñoz, M., Dominguez-Benetton, X., Domínguez-Maldonado, J., Valdés-Lozano, D., Pacheco-Catalán, D., Ortega-Morales, O., et al. (2016). Comparative decolorization of dyes in textile wastewater using biological and chemical treatment. A review on chemical coagulation/flocculation technologies for removal of colour from textile wastewaters. Bioresour. In medicine, public health, and biology, transmission is the passing of a pathogen causing communicable disease from an infected host individual or group to a particular individual or group, regardless of whether the other individual was previously infected.. Chong, P., Erable, B., and Bergel, A. (8.5%). (2011), organic and inorganic compounds in TDWW contain almost five times more energy than that consumed to treat it. 289:121641. doi: 10.1016/j.biortech.2019.121641, Chouchane, H., Mahjoubi, M., Neifar, M., and Cherif, A. Single medium microbial fuel cell: Stainless steel and graphite electrode materials select bacterial communities resulting in opposite electrocatalytic activities. Earlier studies using different molecular methods (Ben Abdallah et al., 2016, 2018) have demonstrated that the bacterial community in HSCE was dominated by Proteobacteria, followed by Firmicutes, Bacteroidetes, Cyanobacteria, and Actinobacteria. An indigenous form of soil microorganisms, responsible for chemical processes that occur in the soil under normal conditions. J. Autochthonous microorganisms are primary producers (create own energy, for example, through photosynthesis. The textile and clothing industry has become one of the most important sectors of activity. Polarization potential has no effect on maximum current density produced by halotolerant bioanodes. Remarkably, the maximal current performance reached during the experiments was almost the same for the three bioanodes TDWWS1, TDWWS2, and TDWWS3. (2009). doi: 10.1016/j.cej.2014.12.057, Chandrakant, R. H., Ananda, J. J., Dipak, V. P., Naresh, M. M., and Aniruddha, B. The start of current production was observed almost after 2 days of polarization for all three bioanodes co-inoculated with HSCE, in comparison with the TDWW bioanode, where current production was only recorded from day 5 with very low densities throughout the experiment. Energy Rev. doi: 10.1039/C4CP01698J, Rousseau, R., Santaella, C., Achouak, W., Godon, J. J., Bonnafous, A., Bergel, A., et al. Biochem. It is only quantified in terms of bioelectrochemical kinetics, from the acquisition of the J = f(E) curves. n. 1. a. Bioelectrochemistry 119, 43–50. HC, RA, BE, and AC: manuscript preparation and revision. Sci. Adelaja, O., Keshavarz, T., and Kyazze, G. (2015). doi: 10.1016/j.bioelechem.2017.12.004, Harnisch, F., and Freguia, S. (2012). Carbon felt electrode surface has been stained with acridine orange to localize living and dead microbial cells. Bioresour. Manage. (3.2–9.6%), and Micrococcus sp. The mentioned results are the average values with a standard deviation. 23. State-of-the-art of anaerobic digestion technology for industrial wastewater treatment. The authors declare that the research was conducted in the absence of any commercial or financial relationships that could be construed as a potential conflict of interest. Microorganisms differ from each other not only in size, but also in structure, habitat, metabolism, and many other characteristics. Among these, as judged by colony morphology, 24 microorganisms were pre-selected by colonies morphology and differential Gram staining for later tests. (2019a). (2018). Commun. Example sentences with "autochthonous microorganism", translation memory. ADVERTISEMENTS: Microorganisms which live in soil are algae, bacteria, actinomycetes, bacteriophages, protozoa, nema­todes and fungi (Fig. Bioresour. Genomic DNA extractions from HSCE, TDWW, and biofilms were performed using a NucleoSpin® Soil kit according to the manufacturer's instructions. (7.5%). (5.8–15.7%) as autochthonous species (and not found in HSCE) were also abundant in TDWWS1, TDWWS2, and TDWWS3 biofilms. doi: 10.1007/s00449-014-1246-x. 20, 125–138. https://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/autochthonous+microorganism. Successive batches of addition of textile wastewater usually make it possible to harmonize the current densities over the long term of several replicates of experiments. However, for BES fed with domestic wastewater, the highest current densities obtained were 3.8 (Ullery and Logan, 2015) and 3.5 A/m2 (Blanchet et al., 2016). (A) Bacterial distribution at phylum level of samples from raw textile dyeing wastewater (rTDWW), hypersaline sediment of Chott El Djerid (HSCE), and biofilms from a reactor containing textile dyeing wastewater (TDWW) and reactors containing 80% of TDWW and 20% of saline sediments (TDWWS1, TDWWS2, and TDWWS3). Autochthonous microorganisms are primary producers (create own energy, for example, through photosynthesis. Another CV cycles were performed when the maximum values of the current density were reached for all reactors (turnover CVs). A basic tutorial on cyclic voltammetry for the investigation of electroactive microbial biofilms. Translation for 'allochthonous microorganism' in the free English-Czech dictionary and many other Czech translations. Ben Abdallah, M., Karray, F., Mhiri, N., Mei, N., Quéméneur, M., and Cayol, J. Hope it helped! Technol. Prokaryotic diversity in a Tunisian hypersaline lake, Chott El Jerid. (B) Bacterial distribution at species level of samples from rTDWW, HSCE, and biofilms from a reactor containing TDWW and reactors containing 80% of TDWW and 20% of saline sediments (TDWWS1, TDWWS2, and TDWWS3). Effect of pig manure to grass silage ratio on methane production in batch anaerobic co-digestion of concentrated pig manure and grass silage. All authors: contributed to the article and approved the submitted version. Manage. Bioresour. Even on a nutrient rich medium some species take months to develop a proper colonies. Overall, wastewater used to feed BES, mainly MECs and MFCs, was either domestic wastewater or industrial wastewater from a wide variety of sources (breweries, dairies, refineries). Biotechnol. Reuse of textile wastewater after homogenization–decantation treatment coupled to PVDF ultrafiltration membranes. In this context, an earlier study by Askri et al. (2016). Understanding the cumulative effects of salinity, temperature and inoculum size for designing optimal halothermotolerantbioanodes from hypersaline sediment. Comput Sci. (2019). A platinum grid was used as the counter electrode (CE), and a saturated calomel reference electrode (+0.24 V/SHE) was located between the counter and the WEs. Eng. Biosyst. Eng. On the contrary, bioanode formation was studied here in three-electrode electrochemical bioreactor installations to ensure well-controlled electroanalysis conditions, as explained in the review by Rimboud et al. Biotechnol., 17 December 2020 Ben Mansour, H., Dellai, A., and Ayed, Y. Microorganisms 2020, 8, 686. See more. To study global biofilm structure at the end of experiments, WEs covered by HSCE and/or TDWW microorganisms were removed from the reactors and immediately stained with acridine orange 0.01% (A6014 Sigma) for 10 min. Technol. Anode acclimation methods and their impact on microbial electrolysis cells treating fermentation effluent. By contrast, sample coming from HSCE was represented by various species of Proteobacteria with a predominance of Psychrobacter aquaticus (14.5%), Marinobacter sediminum (13.5%), Psychrobacter alimentarius (12.5%), Geobacter sulfurreducens (9.5%), Marinobacter hydrocarbonoclasticus (9%), Geobacter metallireducens (9%), and Halomonas spp. ChemElectroChem. Eng. 16, 16349–16366. Textile dyeing industry an environmental hazard. Results from CV tests for the four different bioanodes are shown in Figure 2. “Extremophile diversity and biotechnological potential from desert environments and saline systems of southern Tunisia,” in Extremophiles: From Biology to Biotechnology, eds V. Ravi, D. Durvasula, and V. Subba Rao (Boca Raton, FL: CRC Publishers), 33–64. Sci. Figure 3. Examples of microorganisms include bacteria, archaea, algae, protozoa, and microscopic animals such as the dust mite.. J. Halothermophilic microorganisms are thus suitable candidates for the treatment of the high saline wastewaters generated, for example, in the textile dyeing (2–10 g/L), seafood processing (8–20 g/L), tannery (40–80 g/L), and petroleum industries (few g/L to 300 g/L) (Shehab et al., 2017; Cherif et al., 2018; Askri et al., 2019). In this study, a designed hybrid bacterial halothermotolerant bioanode incorporating indigenous and exogenous bacteria from both hypersaline sediment of Chott El Djerid (HSCE) and TDWW is proposed for simultaneous treatment of real TDWW and anodic current generation under high salinity. While we typically think of microorganisms as being unicellular, there are also many multicellular organisms that are too small to be seen without a microscope. This data can be found in Zenodo: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4276276. An indigenous language or autochthonous language is a language that is native to a region and spoken by indigenous people, often reduced to the status of a minority language. The aim of this work was therefore to demonstrate, for the first time, proof of the feasibility of designating an efficient microbial halothermotolerant bioanodes from both hypersaline sediment (HSCE) and saline TDWW microbium able to treat textile wastewater and generating an electrical current collected via an electrode. Bioeng. The four bioanodes grown at this polarization potential are referred to as TDWW, TDWWS1, TDWWS2, and TDWWS3 all through the figures and text. However, biological methods cannot guarantee the achievement of required results of the TDWW, as some of the dye molecules or other chemical components are hazardous and/or recalcitrant to microorganism-driven degradation. Figure 4. Metagenomic analysis demonstrated significant differences in bacterial diversity mainly at species level between anodic biofilms incorporating allochthonous and autochthonous bacteria and anodic biofilm containing only autochthonous bacteria as a control. Copyright © 2020 Askri, Erable, Etcheverry, Saadaoui, Neifar, Cherif and Chouchane. Most of these chemicals and products of their degradation, i.e., metabolites, are recalcitrant in nature and severely affect both aquatic and terrestrial life (Ben Mansour et al., 2012; Kant, 2012; Chandrakant et al., 2016). A brief description of soil microorganisms has been given below: 1. BE, RA, and HC: performed electrochemical analysis. doi: 10.1016/S1364-0321(99)00014-3, Rimboud, M., Pocaznoi, D., Erable, B., and Bergel, A. The constant electric polarization was maintained for 17 days, which is a reasonable amount of time to obtain matured bioanode on carbon based electrodes colonized by halo-exoelectrogenic bacteria (Erable et al., 2009; Rousseau et al., 2014; González-Muñoz et al., 2018; Askri et al., 2019). This electrode potential has particularly shown its relevance to efficiently lead to the formation of particularly robust and efficient bioanodes from wastewater (Blanchet et al., 2015) and also from sediments (Erable et al., 2017). 12:4. doi: 10.1186/1475-2867-12-4, Berkessa, Y. W., Yan, B., Li, T., Jegatheesan, V., and Zhang, Y. doi: 10.1016/j.biortech.2015.02.097, Blanchet, E., Erable, B., De Solan, M. L., and Bergel, A. By comparing the bacterial community of these three biofilms to that hosted TDWW, considered as a control, we found that TDWW harbored less bacteria belonging to the Proteobacteria (9.47%) and Bacteroidetes (3.22%) phyla. In comparison, the electrode surfaces of TDWWS1, TDWWS2, and TDWWS3 were much more thickly colonized. were the most representative species at relative abundances of 12.6 and 11.5%, respectively. The TDWW was collected from “Sitex” textile industry located in Monastir, Tunisia (N 35°39′06″ and E 10°53′03″). Chem. Insofar as the external faces of the carbon felts do not present a colonization obstructing the pores, i.e., the inter-fiber spaces, this hypothesis is not at all conceivable here. autochthonous infection synonyms, autochthonous infection pronunciation, autochthonous infection translation, English dictionary definition of autochthonous infection. The use of autochthonous lactobacilli did not relevantly affect the antioxidant activity of zgougou. Front. A., and Baig, S. A. COD removal efficiency of TDWW from different reactors. Articles, Guangdong University of Technology, China. 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