Kazan (Volga region) Federal University, KFU
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SHIFTS IN BACTERIAL COMMUNITY STRUCTURE IN THE PROCESS OF COMPOSTING OF ORGANIC WASTES
Form of presentationArticles in international journals and collections
Year of publication2016
Языканглийский
  • Biktasheva Liliya Ramilevna, author
  • Galickaya Polina Yurevna, author
  • Selivanovskaya Svetlana Yurevna, author
  • Bibliographic description in the original language Galitskaya Polina, Biktasheva Liliya, Grigoryeva Tatyana, Shifts in Bacterial Community Structure in the Process of Composting of Organic Wastes//INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED BIOTECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH. - 2016. - Vol.7, Is.2. - P.677-682.
    Annotation Using 454 pyrosequencing, changes in the community structure of composting bacteria were estimated over 270 days. The compost contained the organic fraction of municipal solid waste, sawdust polluted by oil, and sewage sludge. All of these wastes are typical for a Russian city and they were obtained in Kazan (Tatarstan Republic, Russia). In the initial stage of composting, the taxa Lactobacialles, Rhodospiralles, Burkholderiales, and Xanthmonadales dominated in the compost. By the end of the thermophilic stage, the dominant species changed: typical compost inhabitants belonging to the taxa Flavobacteriales, Chitinophagaceae, and Bacterioidetes, as well as non-typical taxa Ectothiorhodospiraceae and Parvibaculum sp., were observed in the compost. The presence of the latter two taxa may be explained by the presence of oil-polluted sawdust in the composting mixture. In the later stage, the dominant taxa remained the same; however, their relative abundance declined.
    Keywords Bacterial community; compost; 454 pyrosequencing; biodiversity
    The name of the journal INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED BIOTECHNOLOGY AND RESEARCH
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