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Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater

W. Jakubowski

Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater

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    Subjects:
  • Virology -- Research.,
  • Water -- Microbiology.

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    Statementby Walter Jakubowski.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination66 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages66
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15522366M

    The effect of pH and soluble organic matter on virus adsorption to activated carbon in treated sewage was determined. Poliovirus removal from wastewater effluent was greatly improved by lowering the pH to or by reducing the amount of organics by lime by: acid adsorption Ariake Ariake Sea arsenic ASTM International boron bottom brownmillerite cadmium calcite capping carbonate cement chemical clay coefficient column concentration consolidation contaminated sediments contaminated soil COPR crushed-compacted soil decreased desorption dioxins dodecane dredged material effect efficiency electrical. Fate and Transport of Microbes in Water, Soils and Sediments Microbial Survival in the Environment – Pathogens Pathogen survival: Differs widely among microbes: Bacteria: spores survive better than vegetative cells Also differs between Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria Some Gram-positives, e.g., enterococci, survive better than Gram-negatives, e.g., E. coli But, Gram-negative bacilli. The presence of abundant Na + ions in the soil solution and the precipitation of Ca ++ ions as a solid mineral causes the clay particles, which have negative electric charges along their surfaces, to adsorb more Na + in the diffuse adsorption zone (DAZ, see figure, officially called diffuse double layer) and, in exchange, release previously adsorbed Ca ++, by which their exchangeable sodium.


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Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater by W. Jakubowski Download PDF EPUB FB2

Hydrogen ion concentrations, in the range of pH 5 to 9, had no significant effect on the amount of virus adsorbed by marine sediment suspended in seawater. Adsorption of virus by the clay fractions of montmorillonite and kaolinite was more efficient than adsorption by the silt fractions, although significant removal of virus by the larger particles did : W.

Jakubowski. Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater. Abstract. Graduation date: This investigation was initiated in an attempt to delineate\ud some factors affecting the adsorption of poliovirus to soil particles\ud in seawater.

The results could have significance in the development\ud of assay procedures for viral contaminants in. The study of Sobsey and Cooper () showed that, apart from viral reduction due to microbial activity in an algal-bacterial Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater book system, adsorption of Adsorption of viruses onto surfaces in soil and water poliovirus to solids played a role in their reduction in waste by: Although adsorption of poliovirus Type 1 to sandy loam soil protected the virus from inactivation, adsorption to sand had little effect on the rate of poliovirus inactivation (Yeager and O’Brien a).

Lipson and Stotzky () studied the mechanisms whereby particulates affect the specific infectivity of viruses. They used reovirus Type 3, kaolinite and L‐ mouse fibroblasts as the model by: Sphericities were determined by observing a number of the particles under a light microscope and determining the lengths of the major and minor axis in the microscope's Polio-,irus adsorption from water onto silicate minerals plane of xiew IKrumbein and Pettijohn, ~.Cited by: Adsorption of enteric viruses on mineral surfaces in soil and aquatic environments is well recognized as an important mechanism controlling virus dissemination in natural systems.

The adsorption of poliovirus type 1, strain LSc2ab, on oxide surfaces was studied from. The adsorption of polio virus to magnetite was found to conform to the Freundlich isotherm when the virus concentration was varied from x pfu/ml to pfu/ml (Fig.

4), At the highest virus concentration, a deviation from the isotherm was observed, and this was probably due to the satu- cr~ / Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater book t [ [m3 Distilled water Activafed sludge effluent Dome water J [ -'--"'I 2 3 tOg~ polio virus conch Cited by: The potential importance of adsorption−desorption behavior of phosphorus (P) on the East Mediterranean (E.

Med) P cycle was investigated. Contrasting adsorption behavior between Saharan dust (SD) and Nile particulate matter (Nile PM) was observed. SD was a source of P to the region, which released an Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater book of ± μmolP/g into the surface seawater and showed no adsorption ability Cited by: Abstract.

Adsorption reactions in soils are the processes by which solution constituents become attached to the surfaces of soil particles and are the means of satisfying the forces of attraction that exists at the by:   • The presence of organic matter(protein) reduces the Reo virus adsorption to the soil.

Humus: with the increase in humus content of soil,the adsorption gets reduced. Because the carboxylic and phenolic groups Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater book the humic and fulvic acid form stable complexes with the soil particles.

So the adsorption is reduced. When the concentration of the mud is between and kgm(3), the coefficient of sound absorption in turbid seawater is as twice at least as that in clear seawater.

Read more Thesis. Chemical Equilibrium Including Adsorption on Charged Surfaces JOHN WESTALL Chapter 2, DOI: /bach Publication Date (Print): November 1, SECTION 6 DEGRADATION OF POLIOVIRUS BY ADSORPTION KINETIC APPROACH In the last Poliovirus adsorption by soil particles in seawater book, the principal mechanisms by which virus particles adsorbed to various solids were resolved.

Another critical question that deserved attention was whether or not virus retained or lost infectivity during or after adsorption.

POLIOVIRUS ADSORPTION BY SOIL PARTICLES IN SEAWATER INTRODUCTION Increased demands have been placed upon our water supplies in recent years by expanding domestic, recreational and industrial needs.

The result has been a greater potential hazard of trans-mitting disease-producing microorganisms by the water route. In general, they found poliovirus to adsorb to a greater extent to sewage solids than did the bac- teriophages that were studied.

They also reported the enhanced adsorption of both poliovirus and bacterio- phages to sewage solids at high by: Alteration of the specific infectivity of 3H-labeled ribonucleic acid and 14C-protein labeled poliovirus type 1 by adsorption on inorganic surfaces is investigated by application of kinetic theory to data obtained from sequential extractions of adsorbed virus.

Some surfaces, e.g., SiO2, appear to Cited by: The adsorption of Cu, Pb, Zn, and Cd on goethite from major ion seawater Article (PDF Available) in Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 46(7) July with Reads How we measure 'reads'. The adsorption and desorption of phosphate on calcite and aragonite were investigated as a function of temperature (5–45 C)and salinity (0–40) in seawater pre-equilibrated with CaCO3.

Nearsaturation, the adsorption couldbedescribed bythe Langmuir equation; the apparent surface saturation was x plaque-forming units of poliovirus per mg of Ottawa sand. At low surface coverage, adsorption was described bythe Freundlich equation.

Thesoils andmineralsusedrangedfrom acidic to basic and from high in organic content to. The adsorption of poliovirus 1, reovirus types 1 and 3, and coliphages MS-2 and T2 to colloidal silica synthetically modified to carry either positive or negative surface charge was evaluated.

Adsorption experiments were performed by combining virus and silica Cited by: This study evaluated the adsorption and desorption of 17β-estradiol (E2) and 17α-ethynylestradiol (EE2) on microplastics in seawater. The effects of microplastic materials and particle sizes on.

The aim of this study was to assess phosphorus-retention (Pret) capacities via P adsorption (Pads) and desorption (Pdes) by sediments collected from six different sources associated with various origins, physical, and chemical characteristics.

Sediment samples were collected in the State of Florida, the USA, from estuary, marine, wetland, canal, river, and lake, by: The considerable range of mean mobilitics for these particles in artificial seawater, to + (,um/sec) (V/cm)-l, converged to to (,um/sec) (V/cm) -' in seawater.

The surface. Abstract. Adsorption of [35S]methionine-labeled reovirus by 30 dry soils, minerals, and finely ground rocks suspended in synthetic freshwater at pH 7 was investigated to determine the conditions necessary for optimum virus removal during land application of by: 1. Introduction.

Microplastics (MPs) in the environment, defined as polymer particles with a size of less than 5 mm, have received increasing attention from scientists and the public (Charles James, ; Matthew et al., ).MPs have been observed all over the world, including in water ecosystems (Ding et al., ; Eerkesmedrano et al., ; Keller et al., ), soil (Rillig, ), and Cited by: 1.

Boron has a marked effect on plants, from the standpoint of both plant nutrition—if boron is deficient in soil—and toxicity—if it is present in excessive amounts. There is a relatively small range between levels of soil boron causing deficiency and toxicity symptoms in by:   Purchase Ninth International Conference on Water Pollution Research - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Generally, bacterial adsorption to soil particles decreases the rate of transportation through soil, but it also helps retain bacteria in the top surface layers of the soil, thus increasing the possibility of the contamination of runoff water. Note that soil particles can be dislodged and moved by wind, water, and mechanical by: Polio-Virus Adsorption from Water Onto Silicate Minerals.

WATER RES. 11(8) In batch studies, from 64 x 10" to 89 x PFU of poliovirus 1 was adsorbed/mg of the silicate minerals actinolite, enstatite, kyanite, microcline, olivine and sillimonite. Sorption of heavy metals plays a vital role in controlling environmental pollution.

Here, we reviewed the sorption of heavy metals such as Ni, Co, Cu, Zn, V, Pb, Hg, In, As, Cd, Cr, Ga, Cs, Mn, V, Eu, Mo, Th, TI and Cr on metal oxides and clay minerals.

The mechanism of association between these ions and the host minerals, and the factors controlling their sorption are discussed in by: 2. [1] In vitro dissolution experiments were conducted in seawater in order to quantify the partitioning between dissolved and particulate phases of iron associated to Saharan dust and urban particles.

The percentage of iron released was very low ( to %) depending on the particulate load, the aerosol source and the contact time. This percentage decreased with the amount of particles Cited by:   When the flow is unsaturated, the viruses are in closer contact with the soil, thus promoting virus adsorption to the soil (Santamaría and Toranzos ).

Goyal and Gerba () considered soil pH as the single most important factor influencing viral adsorption, although the combined effect of organic matter and clay content, and cation Cited by: 5. Inactivation of 90% of poliovirus 2 and coxsackievirus B6 in sterile seawater occurred in 48 days at 4 C.

Inactivation of % of poliovirus 2 and coxsackieviruses A9, 84, B5, and 86 in sterile seawater occurred in 30 to 40 days at 2 2 C. Poliovirus 2 survived more than four times longer in autoclaved seawater than in natural seawater.

Interfacial and Interspecies Processes, Advances in Chemistry Series M. Joan Comstock i-x DOI: /bafw Publication Date (Print): May 5, Adsorption of Phosphate on Manganese Dioxide in Seawater.

Environmental Science & Technology30 (2), DOI: /esx. Dema A. Almasri, Navid B. Saleh, Muataz A. Atieh, Gordon McKay, Said Ahzi. Adsorption of phosphate on iron oxide doped halloysite by:   Poliovirus survival decreased as the soil moisture content increased up to 15% (the soil moisture saturation point), and then increased with the presence of additional amounts of liquid.

This may have been due to differences in the extent and mechanisms of virus adsorption to soil under different moisture conditions, or to moisture-dependent Cited by: Abstract. The effects of sorption phenomena on the interaction between a parasite and its host bacterium have been investigated using anEscherichia coli-bacteriophage-saline sediment sediment contained organic matter and a high proportion of clay, predominantly by: This chapter focuses on the methodology used to detect animal viruses in samples of soil.

This methodology generally relies on elution and subsequent concentration of viruses from the soil, after which either cytopathogenicity or plaque formation assays are used to detect the viruses. These assays are based on the use of cultured animal cells as hosts for viral by: 4.

Soil represents the principal environmental reservoir of many insect-pathogenic viruses. We compared the adsorption and infectivity of one occluded and two nonoccluded viruses, Helicoverpa armigera single nucleopolyhedrovirus (HaSNPV) (Baculoviridae), Cricket paralysis virus (CrPV) (Dicistroviridae), and Invertebrate iridescent virus 6 (IIV-6) (Iridoviridae), respectively, in mixtures with a Cited by: particles in the environment can lead to unwanted and unexpected effects.

Also the with the gas molecules or due to physical adsorption [29, 30]. The possibility of a and for pretreatment in seawater desalination. Carbon nanotubes have been arranged to form a File Size: KB. SURVIVAL AND FATE OF ENTERIC VIRUSES Pdf SOIL TREATMENT SYSTEMS FOR WASTEWATER virus type 3, was often similar.

Virus adsorption to soil materials was rapid, the majority occurring within 15 min. Clayey material s efficiently efficiently than poliovirus, although the adsorption .Some basic definitions.

Download pdf the spreading of a pollutant by groundwater flow. Diffusion: the spreading of a species dissolved in the water phase by the Brownian motion of the ions (molecules).

Dispersion: the spreading of a species dissolved in the water phase by local variations in the water velocity. Adsorption/desorption: interaction of species dissolved in the water phase Cited by: 2.Charge screening and adsorption capacity of monovalent ions onto pyrite (Py) ebook aqueous suspensions and the effect ebook potassium amyl xanthate (PAX) has been studied by measuring the changes in zeta potential (zp) versus pH with streaming potential.

PAX addition in the absence of salts leads to an increase in |zp| suggesting dissolution of the surface ferric hydroxides and recovery of bare Py Cited by: 1.