Methanogenesis in McLean Bog , an Acidic Peat Bog in Upstate New York : Stimulation by H 2 / CO 2 in the Presence of Rifampicin , or by Low Concentrations of Acetate

@inproceedings{Brauer2004MethanogenesisIM,
  title={Methanogenesis in McLean Bog , an Acidic Peat Bog in Upstate New York : Stimulation by H 2 / CO 2 in the Presence of Rifampicin , or by Low Concentrations of Acetate},
  author={Samuel L. Brauer and Joseph B. Yavitt and Stephen H. Zinder},
  year={2004}
}
Acidic peat bog soils produce CH4 and although molecular biological studies have demonstrated the presence of diverse methanogenic populations in them, few studies have sustained methanogenesis by adding the CH4 precursors H2/CO2 or acetate, and few indigenous methanogens have been cultured. McLean Bog is a small (ca. 70 m across), acidic (pH 3.4–4.3) Sphagnum-dominated bog in upstate New York. Although addition of H2/CO2 or 10 mM acetate stimulated methanogenesis in soils from a nearby… CONTINUE READING

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