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Journal:   TOLOO-E-BEHDASHT   February-march 2019 , Volume 17 , Number 6 (72) ; Page(s) 21 To 32.
 
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Isolation And Identification Of Native Fungi Degrading Wastewater's Pollutants In Cardboard Recycling Industry

 
 
Author(s):  Hosseini Zeinab, Ghaneian Mohammad Taghi, Jafari Nodoushan Abbasali*, Ehrampoush Mohammad Hassan, Namayandeh Seyedeh Mahdieh, Ghafourzadeh Mahin
 
* Department of medical Parasitology and Mycology, Biotechnology Research Center, International Campus, Shahid Sadoughi University of Medical Sciences, Yazd, Iran
 
Abstract: 
Introduction: With increase in the amount and diversity of bio-environmental wastewater pollutants, it is essential to control them and have a program to eliminate or minimize these environmental contaminants. Cardboard recycling industry wastewater has the potential of environmental pollution; it is contaminated with various fungal species that may be effective in the decomposition and removal of pollutants. The aim of this study was to isolate and identify native fungal species that decontaminate the organic pollutants in the cardboard recycling industry wastewaters. Methods: In this descriptive study, samples were randomly selected from different areas within the wastewaters of cardboard recycling industry. Samples were cultured on Saboraud dextrose agar medium for isolation of probable fungal species. The isolated fungal colonies were enumerated and purified based on their morphological characteristics and microscopic analysis. Results: The average total number of fungi species in wastewater of cardboard recycling industry was 2. 5×102 CFU/ml, of these 2. 1×101 were saprophytic fungi. The most prevalent fungal species were identified from the wastewater including Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus flavus, Penicillum, Geotrichum, Mucor, Drechselera, Paecillomyces, Alternaria, Fusarium, and Absidia. The highest frequency of fungal species of Aspergillus nige, Aspergillus flavus, and Penicillum were 30. 89, 22. 76, and 14. 63 percent, respectively. Conclusion: According to the literature and results of this study, it seems that the native fungi isolated from the cardboard recycling industry wastewater were from fungi with the potential for bioremediation of wastewater contaminants. Therefore, their ability to decompose wastewater of this industry can be investigated in future studies.
 
Keyword(s): Wastewaters,Fungal strains,Recycling cardboard
 
 
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HOSSEINI, Z., & GHANEIAN, M., & JAFARI NODOUSHAN, A., & EHRAMPOUSH, M., & NAMAYANDEH, S., & Ghafourzadeh, M. (2019). Isolation and Identification of Native Fungi Degrading Wastewater's Pollutants in Cardboard Recycling Industry. TOLOO-E-BEHDASHT, 17(6 (72) ), 21-32. https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=715393



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HOSSEINI ZEINAB, GHANEIAN MOHAMMAD TAGHI, JAFARI NODOUSHAN ABBASALI, EHRAMPOUSH MOHAMMAD HASSAN, NAMAYANDEH SEYEDEH MAHDIEH, Ghafourzadeh Mahin. Isolation and Identification of Native Fungi Degrading Wastewater's Pollutants in Cardboard Recycling Industry. TOLOO-E-BEHDASHT. 2019 [cited 2022May16];17(6 (72) ):21-32. Available from: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=715393



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HOSSEINI, Z., GHANEIAN, M., JAFARI NODOUSHAN, A., EHRAMPOUSH, M., NAMAYANDEH, S., Ghafourzadeh, M., 2019. Isolation and Identification of Native Fungi Degrading Wastewater's Pollutants in Cardboard Recycling Industry. TOLOO-E-BEHDASHT, [online] 17(6 (72) ), pp.21-32. Available: https://www.sid.ir/en/journal/ViewPaper.aspx?id=715393.



 
 
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