Competition between anaerobic acidogenic bacteria and methanogens

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Complete anaerobic digestion of complex organic matter by combined activities of successive populations of acidogenic, intermediate and methanogenic bacteria results in the formation of methane, carbon dioxide and water. In many cases methane arises from the fermentation of acetate as one of the main intermediate products of anaerobic digestion. However… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00404909

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@article{Adamse2004CompetitionBA, title={Competition between anaerobic acidogenic bacteria and methanogens}, author={A. D. Adamse and C. T. M. Velzeboer and W. B. J. M. Janssen}, journal={Antonie van Leeuwenhoek}, year={2004}, volume={50}, pages={75-75} }