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||strain l-1 was used to treat wastewater to remove cod(cr) and produce ala. ala production was 2.819 mg/l, 1.531 mg/l, 2.166 mg/l, and 2.424 mg/l in monosodium glutamate wastewater(mgw), succotash wastewater(sw), brewage wastewater(bw), and citric acid wastewater(caw) respectively.