Archaea diversity within a commercial biogas plant utilizing herbal biomass determined by 16S rDNA and mcrA analysis.

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AIMS The Archaea diversity was evaluated in an agricultural biogas plant supplied with cattle liquid manure and maize silage under mesophilic conditions. METHODS AND RESULTS Two different genes (16S rRNA; methyl-coenzyme-M-reductase, MCR) targeted by three different PCR primer sets were selected and used for the construction of three clone libraries… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2672.2008.03949.x

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@article{Nettmann2008ArchaeaDW, title={Archaea diversity within a commercial biogas plant utilizing herbal biomass determined by 16S rDNA and mcrA analysis.}, author={Edith Nettmann and I. Bergmann and Kirsten E. Mundt and Burkhard Linke and Marina Klocke}, journal={Journal of applied microbiology}, year={2008}, volume={105 6}, pages={1835-50} }