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Erik Jeppesen

Biofilms attached to Myriophyllum spicatum play a dominant role in nitrogen removal in constructed wetland mesocosms with submersed macrophytes: Evidence from 15N tracking, nitrogen budgets and metagenomics analyses

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  • Xiaoying Mu, Hohai University
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  • Xiaoyang Lv, Hohai University
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  • Wei Liu
  • Changhao Qiu, Hohai University
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  • Yu Ma, Hohai University
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  • Songhe Zhang, Hohai University
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  • Erik Jeppesen

The biofilms had a higher competitiveness for nitrogen than M. spicatum and there were complex interactions among nitrogen-cycling genes and genera in biofilms.

Original languageEnglish
Article number115203
JournalEnvironmental Pollution
IssuePart 2
Number of pages9
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2020

    Research areas

  • Ammonium, Biofilms, Denitrification, Nitrification, Nitrogen cycle-related genes, Submersed macrophyte

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