Fermentation metabolism and its evolution in algae

@inproceedings{Catalanotti2013FermentationMA,
  title={Fermentation metabolism and its evolution in algae},
  author={Claudia Catalanotti and Wenqiang Yang and Matthew C. Posewitz and Arthur R Grossman},
  booktitle={Front. Plant Sci.},
  year={2013}
}
Fermentation or anoxic metabolism allows unicellular organisms to colonize environments that become anoxic. Free-living unicellular algae capable of a photoautotrophic lifestyle can also use a range of metabolic circuitry associated with different branches of fermentation metabolism. While algae that perform mixed-acid fermentation are widespread, the use of anaerobic respiration is more typical of eukaryotic heterotrophs. The occurrence of a core set of fermentation pathways among the algae… CONTINUE READING
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