This paper described the development and application of a nitrifying bacteria sensor to monitor water toxicity. Four strains of bacteria with high efficiency nitrification, designated as F1, F4, Y2 and Z1, were isolated from fish pond sediment, and identified as Rhodococcus sp. (F1 and F4), Pseudomonas sp. (Y2) and Micrococcus sp. (Z1). The four bacterial strains were tested for their nitrifying capabilities. The results showed that the nitrifying rate of F1, F4, Y2 and Z1 reached 3.51,… Show more
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