Changes in bacterial community structure and humic acid composition in response to enhanced extracellular electron transfer process in coastal sediment

@article{Zhao2019ChangesIB,
  title={Changes in bacterial community structure and humic acid composition in response to enhanced extracellular electron transfer process in coastal sediment},
  author={J. M. Zhao and Long Wang and Lili Tang and Rui Ren and Wuxin You and Robina Farooq and Zejie Wang and Yongyu Zhang},
  journal={Archives of Microbiology},
  year={2019},
  pages={1-10}
}
Humic acids are one of the main organic matters in sediments and contribute importantly to the marine biogeochemical cycles. Extracellular electron transfer is a ubiquitous natural process and has potentials to change the macrostructure of humic acids which can act as an electron shuttle. By setting up marine sediment microbial fuel cells, the present study revealed that enhanced extracellular electron transfer process could increase the content of C and H, but decrease the O content in humic… CONTINUE READING
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