Effective cellulose degradation by a mixed-culture system composed of a cellulolytic Clostridium and aerobic non-cellulolytic bacteria.

@article{Kato2004EffectiveCD,
  title={Effective cellulose degradation by a mixed-culture system composed of a cellulolytic Clostridium and aerobic non-cellulolytic bacteria.},
  author={Souichiro Kato and S. Haruta and Z. Cui and M. Ishii and Y. Igarashi},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2004},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={
          133-42
        }
}
A stable cellulose-degrading microflora enriched from composting materials has been analyzed in our laboratory. Cellulose-degrading efficiency of an anaerobic cellulolytic isolate, Clostridium straminisolvens CSK1, was remarkably lower than that of the original microflora. We successfully constructed bacterial communities with effective cellulose degradation by mixing C. straminisolvens CSK1 with aerobic non-cellulolytic bacteria isolated from the original microflora. Comparison of the… Expand
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