Ralf Cord-Ruwisch
Ralf Cord-Ruwisch
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A quick method for the determination of dissolved and precipitated sulfides in cultures of sulfate-reducing bacteria.
R Cord-Ruwisch
Journal of Microbiological Methods 4 (1), 33-36, 1985
The capacity of hydrogenotrophic anaerobic bacteria to compete for traces of hydrogen depends on the redox potential of the terminal electron acceptor
R Cord-Ruwisch, HJ Seitz, R Conrad
Archives of Microbiology 149 (4), 350-357, 1988
Simultaneous nitrification and denitrification using stored substrate (PHB) as the electron donor in an SBR
KA Third, N Burnett, R Cord‐Ruwisch
Biotechnology and bioengineering 83 (6), 706-720, 2003
Sulfate-reducing bacteria and their activities in oil production
R Cord-Ruwisch, W Kleinitz, F Widdel
Journal of Petroleum Technology 39 (01), 97-106, 1987
Cementation of sand soil by microbially induced calcite precipitation at various degrees of saturation
L Cheng, R Cord-Ruwisch, MA Shahin
Canadian Geotechnical Journal 50 (1), 81-90, 2013
Growth of Geobacter sulfurreducens with acetate in syntrophic cooperation with hydrogen-oxidizing anaerobic partners
R Cord-Ruwisch, DR Lovley, B Schink
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 64 (6), 2232-2236, 1998
A periplasmic and extracellular c-type cytochrome ofGeobacter sulfurreducens acts as a ferric iron reductase and as an electron carrier to other acceptors or to partner bacteria
S Seeliger, R Cord-Ruwisch, B Schink
Journal of bacteriology 180 (14), 3686-3691, 1998
Effect of pre-aeration and inoculum on the start-up of batch thermophilic anaerobic digestion of municipal solid waste
W Charles, L Walker, R Cord-Ruwisch
Bioresource technology 100 (8), 2329-2335, 2009
Enrichment of anammox from activated sludge and its application in the CANON process
KA Third, J Paxman, M Schmid, M Strous, MSM Jetten, R Cord-Ruwisch
Microbial Ecology 49 (2), 236-244, 2005
In situ soil cementation with ureolytic bacteria by surface percolation
L Cheng, R Cord-Ruwisch
Ecological Engineering 42, 64-72, 2012
The effect of dissolved oxygen on PHB accumulation in activated sludge cultures
KA Third, M Newland, R Cord‐Ruwisch
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 82 (2), 238-250, 2003
The role of iron-oxidizing bacteria in stimulation or inhibition of chalcopyrite bioleaching
KA Third, R Cord-Ruwisch, HR Watling
Hydrometallurgy 57 (3), 225-233, 2000
Long-term aeration management for improved N-removal via SND in a sequencing batch reactor
KA Third, B Gibbs, M Newland, R Cord-Ruwisch
Water Research 39 (15), 3523-3530, 2005
Control of the redox potential by oxygen limitation improves bacterial leaching of chalcopyrite
KA Third, R Cord‐Ruwisch, HR Watling
Biotechnology and Bioengineering 78 (4), 433-441, 2002
Corroding iron as a hydrogen source for sulphate reduction in growing cultures of sulphate-reducing bacteria
R Cord-Ruwisch, F Widdel
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 25 (2), 169-174, 1986
Desulfotomaculum geothermicum sp. nov., a thermophilic, fatty acid-degrading, sulfate-reducing bacterium isolated with H2 from geothermal ground water
S Daumas, R Cord-Ruwisch, JL Garcia
Antonie van leeuwenhoek 54 (2), 165-178, 1988
Characterization of Desulfovibrio fructosovorans sp. nov.
B Ollivier, R Cord-Ruwisch, EC Hatchikian, JL Garcia
Archives of microbiology 149 (5), 447-450, 1988
Affinity of microbial fuel cell biofilm for the anodic potential
KY Cheng, G Ho, R Cord-Ruwisch
Environmental science & technology 42 (10), 3828-3834, 2008
Anodophilic biofilm catalyzes cathodic oxygen reduction
KY Cheng, G Ho, R Cord-Ruwisch
Environmental science & technology 44 (1), 518-525, 2010
A practical kinetic model that considers endproduct inhibition in anaerobic digestion processes by including the equilibrium constant
CY Hoh, R Cord‐Ruwisch
Biotechnology and bioengineering 51 (5), 597-604, 1996
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