Ji-Dong Gu mainly focuses on Biodegradation, Microbiology, Ecology, Bacteria and Archaea. His Biodegradation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Microorganism, Microbial biodegradation, Polymer, Plasticizer and Environmental chemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Food science, Nuclear chemistry, Strain, Achromobacter xylosoxidans and Methanogenesis in addition to Microbiology.
His Ecology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Phylogenetic diversity and Ammonia monooxygenase. His Bacteria research includes themes of Anammox and Biochemistry. He has included themes like Phylogenetics, Ecosystem and Phylogenetic tree in his Archaea study.
Ji-Dong Gu mostly deals with Bacteria, Environmental chemistry, Ecology, Biodegradation and Microbiology. His Bacteria research includes elements of Anammox, Biochemistry and Botany. Ji-Dong Gu works mostly in the field of Environmental chemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Methanogenesis and, occasionally, Enrichment culture.
His work in Ecology addresses issues such as Archaea, which are connected to fields such as Phylum. In his work, Phthalate is strongly intertwined with Phthalic acid, which is a subfield of Biodegradation. His Food science research extends to the thematically linked field of Microbiology.
Ji-Dong Gu mainly investigates Environmental chemistry, Ecology, Biodegradation, Microorganism and Bacteria. His Environmental chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Soil water, Microbial consortium, Methanogenesis, Methane and Sewage treatment. His work carried out in the field of Ecology brings together such families of science as Archaea and Nitrogen cycle.
Ji-Dong Gu usually deals with Biodegradation and limits it to topics linked to Microbial population biology and Pollutant. His Microorganism research incorporates themes from Library and Methanoculleus. His studies in Bacteria integrate themes in fields like Anammox and Microbiology.
His primary scientific interests are in Environmental chemistry, Biodegradation, Methanogenesis, 16S ribosomal RNA and Metagenomics. Ji-Dong Gu interconnects Biochemistry, Diethyl phthalate, ATP synthase and Microbial population biology in the investigation of issues within Biodegradation. The Metagenomics study combines topics in areas such as Evolutionary biology, Organic matter, Phylogenetics and Archaea.
His Archaea research includes elements of Phylum and Ecology. Ji-Dong Gu combines subjects such as Scalindua, Anammox and Bacteria with his study of Salinity. His Bacteria study incorporates themes from Nitrification and Respiratory nitrate reductase.
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Microbiological deterioration and degradation of synthetic polymeric materials: recent research advances
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (2003)
Reaction pathways and mechanisms of the electrochemical degradation of phenol on different electrodes.
Xiao-yan Li;Yu-hong Cui;Yu-jie Feng;Zhao-ming Xie.
Water Research (2005)
Mechanism of hexavalent chromium detoxification by microorganisms and bioremediation application potential: A review
K.H. Cheung;Ji-Dong Gu.
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (2007)
Biodeterioration of concrete by the fungus Fusarium
Ji-Dong Gu;Tim E. Ford;Neal S. Berke;Ralph Mitchell.
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation (1998)
Microbial population dynamics during aerobic sludge granulation at different organic loading rates
An-jie Li;Shu-fang Yang;Xiao-yan Li;Ji-dong Gu.
Water Research (2008)
Electron microscopic investigation of the bactericidal action of electrochemical disinfection in comparison with chlorination, ozonation and Fenton reaction
H.F Diao;X.Y Li;J.D Gu;H.C Shi.
Process Biochemistry (2004)
Degradation of dyes in aqueous solutions by the Fenton process
Xiang-Rong Xu;Hua-Bin Li;Wen-Hua Wang;Ji-Dong Gu.
Modifying Fe3O4 nanoparticles with humic acid for removal of Rhodamine B in water
Liang Peng;Pufeng Qin;Ming Lei;Qingru Zeng.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2012)
Reduction of hexavalent chromium by ascorbic acid in aqueous solutions.
Xiang Rong Xu;Hua Bin Li;Xiao Yan Li;Ji Dong Gu.
Anaerolineaceae and Methanosaeta turned to be the dominant microorganisms in alkanes-dependent methanogenic culture after long-term of incubation
Bo Liang;Li‑Ying Wang;Serge Maurice Mbadinga;Jin‑Feng Liu.
AMB Express (2015)
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