Characterization of microbial community structure during continuous anaerobic digestion of straw and cow manure

@inproceedings{Sun2015CharacterizationO,
  title={
Characterization of microbial community structure during continuous anaerobic digestion of straw and cow manure},
  author={Li Sun and Phillip B. Pope and Vincent G H Eijsink and Anna Schn{\"u}rer},
  booktitle={Microbial biotechnology},
  year={2015}
}
Responses of bacterial and archaeal communities to the addition of straw during anaerobic digestion of manure at different temperatures (37°C, 44°C and 52°C) were investigated using five laboratory-scale semi-continuous stirred tank reactors. The results revealed that including straw as co-substrate decreased the species richness for bacteria, whereas increasing the operating temperature decreased the species richness for both archaea and bacteria, and also the evenness of the bacteria… CONTINUE READING
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