Different inocula produce distinctive microbial consortia with similar lignocellulose degradation capacity

@inproceedings{CortesTolalpa2016DifferentIP,
  title={Different inocula produce distinctive microbial consortia with similar lignocellulose degradation capacity},
  author={Larisa Cortes-Tolalpa and Diego Javier Jim{\'e}nez and Maria Julia de Lima Brossi and Joana Falc{\~a}o Salles and Jan Dirk van Elsas},
  booktitle={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2016}
}
Despite multiple research efforts, the current strategies for exploitation of lignocellulosic plant matter are still far from optimal, being hampered mostly by the difficulty of degrading the recalcitrant parts. An interesting approach is to use lignocellulose-degrading microbial communities by using different environmental sources of microbial inocula. However, it remains unclear whether the inoculum source matters for the degradation process. Here, we addressed this question by verifying the… CONTINUE READING
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