a) Temporal variation of total ammonia nitrogen, b) nitrite-nitrogen, c) nitrate-nitrogen, and d) settleable
solids in an intensive culture of Litopenaeus vannamei using biofloc and a commercial probiotic.
Bech, "Deposition of heavy metals from particulate settleable
matter in soils of an industrialised area," Journal of Geochemical Exploration, vol.
Additionally, certain obligations settleable
by delivery of the issuer's equity shares but not indexed to the issuer's shares may have been classified as equity.
(2) Fresh Recycled Temp ([degrees]C) 7.7 (b) 10.1 (a) 1.34 20.62 pH 7.1 (ns) 7.0 0.09 1.81 Turbidity (NTU) 16.6 (b) 33.7 (a) 6.40 34.84 Hardness (mg CaCO.sub.3]/L) 0.18 (b) 0.35 (a) 0.08 32.28 Settleable
Solids (mg/L) 0.6 (ns) 0.0 0.66 290.84 Total Solids (mg/L) 990.3 (a) 503.1 (b) 173.9 31.84 HPC (log CFU/mL) 3.6 (b) 4.3 (a) 0.28 9.83 TCC (log CFU/mL) 2.6 (b) 3.4 (a) 0.50 22.65 ns--Means within a row are not significantly different ab--Means within a row not followed by the same letter differ (P [less than or equal to]0.05) (1)Fisher's Protected Least Significant Difference (P [less than are equal to] 0.05) (2)Coefficient of variation Table 3 Percent survival of identified Gram negative micro-organisms in chiller water after 30 seconds of treatment with 3 ppm ozone.
The results of ammonia, nitrite, nitrate, turbidity, settleable
solids and total suspended solids were analyzed by two-way ANOVA (P < 0.05) in order to determine if there were significant differences among treatments in different experimental days.
Department of Agriculture's Conservation Management System through such practices as conservation tillage, strip cropping, contour farming, and terracing, or design and install a combination of management and physical practices to remove settleable
solids and associated pollutants in runoff delivered from the contributing area for storms up to and including a 10-year, 24-hour frequency.
[L.sup.-1] and settleable
solids 27 mL [L.sup.-1]) was mixed and equally distributed to fill twelve black-plastic tanks (50x35x23 cm) up to approximately 50% of the volume, completed with 50% sea water (with a salinity of 35 g [L.sup.-1], filtered and treated with a chlorine solution of 10 mg [L.sup.-1], then dechlorinated and aerated for 48 h).
For example, grab samples are required for microbial testing, pH, total residual chlorine (TRC), dissolved oxygen (DO), oil and grease, settleable
solids, and temperature.
Instead, farmers in the CZDB must apply the erosion component of a Conservation Management System as defined in the Field Office Technical Guide of the SCS, or design and install a combination of management and physical practices to settle the settleable
solids and associated pollutants in turnoff delivered from the contributing area (12).
The first cell is aerated at a level that will maintain all biomass in suspension, whereas the following cells are aerated at levels that are low enough to permit the settleable
solids in the effluent from the first cell to settle.
Aluminum and calcium remove fluoride, usually forming particles that are so small they are not settleable