Methane-yielding microbial communities processing lactate-rich substrates: a piece of the anaerobic digestion puzzle

@inproceedings{Detman2018MethaneyieldingMC,
  title={Methane-yielding microbial communities processing lactate-rich substrates: a piece of the anaerobic digestion puzzle},
  author={Anna Detman and Damian Mielecki and Łukasz Pleśniak and Michał Bucha and Marek Janiga and Irena Matyasik and Aleksandra Chojnacka and Mariusz-Orion Jędrysek and Mieczysław K. Błaszczyk and Anna Sikora},
  booktitle={Biotechnology for biofuels},
  year={2018}
}
Background Anaerobic digestion, whose final products are methane and carbon dioxide, ensures energy flow and circulation of matter in ecosystems. This naturally occurring process is used for the production of renewable energy from biomass. Lactate, a common product of acidic fermentation, is a key intermediate in anaerobic digestion of biomass in the… CONTINUE READING
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