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Fungal contamination of foods and feeds causes negative effects on the quality of the products mainly reducing their nutritional and organoleptic properties and lead consequently to important annual economic losses worldwide [1–4]. Moreover, fungi are capable of elaborating a wide range of secondary metabolites many of which have been shown to be highly toxic. Therefore, fun ...
Article published the April 15, 2014
Wastewater from a slaughterhouse is very harmful to the environment (Polprasert et al 1992). The main contaminants are organic matter, consisting of manure, gut contents, blood, suspended material, urine, grit and colloidal particles. Full scale conventional wastewater system such as anaerobic lagoon, activated sludge and biological nutrient removal technologies have been used to tre ...
Article published the January 2, 2014
An Giang province has an agriculture- based economy. Pig production is considered one of the most important livestock activities in the province, mainly by smallholders. Recently, pig production has rapidly increased to supply the demand for meat. The increased concentration of intensive livestock is associated with the pollution and the pig waste becoming a serious environmental haz ...
Article published the February 8, 2013
Pig production is one of the most important livestock sections in agriculture in the Mekong delta. Intensive pig farms and small scale farms have grown remarkably; in most cases, pig waste is directly drained to the water surfaces, resulting in severe environmental pollution. Realizing that problem, some waste bio-treatment methods have been applied to reduce environmental pollution ...
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