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A critical review on microbial degradation of petroleum-based plastics: quantitatively effects of chemical addition in cultivation media on biodegradation efficiency
Sun, Yong1,2; Hu, Jing1; Yusuf, Abubakar1; Wang, Yixiao1; Jin, Huan3; Zhang, Xiyue1; Liu, Yiyang4; Wang, Yunshan5; Yang, Gang5; He, Jun6,7
2022-01-13
Source PublicationBIODEGRADATION
ISSN0923-9820
Pages16
AbstractPetroleum-based plastics (PBP) with different properties have been developed to suit various needs of modern lives. Nevertheless, these well-developed properties also present the double-edged sword effect that significantly threatens the sustainability of the environment. This work focuses on the impact of microbial cultivating conditions (the elementary compositions and temperature) to provide insightful information for the process optimization of microbial degradation. The major elementary compositions in cultivation media and temperature from the literature were radically reviewed and assessed using the constructed supervised machine learning algorithm. Fifty-two literatures were collected as a training dataset to investigate the impact of major chemical elements and cultivation temperature upon PBP biodegradation. Among six singular parameters (NH4+, K+, PO4 3-, Mg2+, Ca2+, and temperature) and thirty corresponding binary parameters, four singular (NH4+, K+, PO43-, and Mg2+) and six binary parameters (NH4+/K+, NH4+ /PO43-, NH4+/Ca2+, K+/PO43-, PO43-/Mg2+, Mg2+/Temp) were identified as statistically significant towards microbial degradation through analysis of variance (ANOVA). The binary effect (PO43-/Mg2+) is found to be the most statistically significant towards the microbial degradation of PBP. The concentration range, which locates at 0.1-0.6 g/L for Mg2+ and 0-2.8 g/L for PO43-, was identified to contribute to the maximum PBP biodegradation. Among all the investigated elements, Mg(2+ )is the only element that is statistically and significantly associated with the variations of cultivation temperature. The optimal preparation conditions within +/- 20% uncertainties based upon the range of collected literature reports are recommended. [GRAPHICS] .
KeywordPetroleum-based plastic Quantitative assessment Supervised machine learning Artificial neuron networks
DOI10.1007/s10532-021-09969-4
Language英语
WOS KeywordDENSITY POLYETHYLENE LDPE ; IMPACT POLYSTYRENE HIPS ; PRETREATED POLYPROPYLENE ; POLYESTER POLYURETHANE ; PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION ; DATA-DRIVEN ; PSEUDOMONAS ; BACTERIAL ; BACILLUS ; FUNGI
Funding ProjectKey Laboratory of Carbonaceous Wastes Processing and Process Intensification of Zhejiang Province[2020E10018] ; National Key R&D Program of China[2018YFC1903500] ; FIG Grant from Faculty Inspiration Grant UNNC (2019FIG) ; Qianjiang Talent Scheme[QJD1803014] ; Ningbo Science and Technology Innovation 2025 Key Project[2020Z100] ; Ningbo Municipal Commonweal Key Program[2019C10033] ; Ningbo Municipal Commonweal Key Program[2019C10104] ; UNNC FoSE New Researchers Grant 2020[I01210100011] ; University of Nottingham Ningbo China[E06211200005]
WOS Research AreaBiotechnology & Applied Microbiology
WOS SubjectBiotechnology & Applied Microbiology
Funding OrganizationKey Laboratory of Carbonaceous Wastes Processing and Process Intensification of Zhejiang Province ; National Key R&D Program of China ; FIG Grant from Faculty Inspiration Grant UNNC (2019FIG) ; Qianjiang Talent Scheme ; Ningbo Science and Technology Innovation 2025 Key Project ; Ningbo Municipal Commonweal Key Program ; UNNC FoSE New Researchers Grant 2020 ; University of Nottingham Ningbo China
WOS IDWOS:000742286400001
PublisherSPRINGER
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/51728
Collection中国科学院过程工程研究所
Corresponding AuthorSun, Yong; Jin, Huan; He, Jun
Affiliation1.Univ Nottingham Ningbo, Key Lab Carbonaceous Wastes Proc & Proc Intensifi, Ningbo 315100, Peoples R China
2.Edith Cowan Univ, Sch Engn, 270 Joondalup Dr, Joondalup, WA 6027, Australia
3.Univ Nottingham Ningbo, Sch Comp Sci, Ningbo 15100, Peoples R China
4.Univ Coll London UCL, Dept Chem, 20 Gordon St, London WC1H 0AJ, England
5.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Proc Engn, Natl Engn Lab Cleaner Hydrometallurg Prod Technol, Beijing 100190, Peoples R China
6.Univ Nottingham Ningbo, Dept Chem & Environm Engn, Ningbo 315100, Peoples R China
7.Nottingham Ningbo China Beacons Excellence Res &, Ningbo 315021, Peoples R China
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Sun, Yong,Hu, Jing,Yusuf, Abubakar,et al. A critical review on microbial degradation of petroleum-based plastics: quantitatively effects of chemical addition in cultivation media on biodegradation efficiency[J]. BIODEGRADATION,2022:16.
APA Sun, Yong.,Hu, Jing.,Yusuf, Abubakar.,Wang, Yixiao.,Jin, Huan.,...&He, Jun.(2022).A critical review on microbial degradation of petroleum-based plastics: quantitatively effects of chemical addition in cultivation media on biodegradation efficiency.BIODEGRADATION,16.
MLA Sun, Yong,et al."A critical review on microbial degradation of petroleum-based plastics: quantitatively effects of chemical addition in cultivation media on biodegradation efficiency".BIODEGRADATION (2022):16.
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