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Methanogenic archaea and sulfate reducing bacteria co-cultured on acetate: teamwork or coexistence?
Acetate is a major product of fermentation processes and an important substrate for sulfate reducing bacteria and methanogenic archaea. Most studies on acetate catabolism by sulfate reducers andExpand
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Isolation of a sulfide-producing bacterial consortium from cooling-tower water: Evaluation of corrosive effects on galvanized steel.
Sulfidogenic Clostridia and sulfate reducing bacteria (SRB) often cohabit in nature. The presence of these microorganisms can cause microbially influenced corrosion (MIC) of materials in differentExpand
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Biofilm formation on galvanized steel by SRB isolate obtained from cooling tower water
In this study, we investigated biofilm formation on galvanized steel coupons by anaerobic bacteria isolate including sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB) isolated from cooling tower water in a lab-scaledExpand
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Propionate Converting Anaerobic Microbial Communities Enriched from Distinct Biogeochemical Zones of Aarhus Bay, Denmark under Sulfidogenic and Methanogenic Conditions
The relationship between predominant physiological types of prokaryotes in marine sediments and propionate degradation through sulfate reduction, fermentation, and methanogenesis was studied inExpand
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Butyrate Conversion by Sulfate-Reducing and Methanogenic Communities from Anoxic Sediments of Aarhus Bay, Denmark
The conventional perception that the zone of sulfate reduction and methanogenesis are separated in high- and low-sulfate-containing marine sediments has recently been changed by studies demonstratingExpand
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Archaeal diversity in sediment slurries degrading butyrate or propionate derived from Aarhus Bay
The relationship between predominant physiological types of prokaryotes in marine sediments and propionate degradation through sulfate reduction, fermentation, and methanogenesis was studied inExpand