The Clean Biocide Project Halophilic plant extracts for prevention of microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC)

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Abstract

Styding the use of extractives from halophilic (salt tolerant) plants to mitigate the formation of biofilms and biocorrosion (MIC). Initial screening of four different plants have shown promising results. At the highest concentration tested (20%) the extracts were able to reduce H2S production caused by sulfate-reducing bacteria, by 2 times. 16S rRNA amplicon sequencing results shows a significant reduction in the abundance of sulfate-reducing organisms in particular.
Original languageEnglish
Publication date2021
Publication statusPublished - 2021
EventIWA Biofilms 2021 Virtual Conference - Virtual
Duration: 6 Dec 20218 Dec 2021
https://biofilms2021conference.nd.edu/

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ConferenceIWA Biofilms 2021 Virtual Conference
LocationVirtual
Period06/12/202108/12/2021
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