Microbial communities mediating algal detritus turnover under anaerobic conditions

@inproceedings{Morrison2017MicrobialCM,
  title={Microbial communities mediating algal detritus turnover under anaerobic conditions},
  author={Jessica M. Morrison and Chelsea L. Murphy and Kristina D. Baker and Richard M. Zamor and Steve J. Nikolai and Shawn M. Wilder and Mostafa S Elshahed and Noha H Youssef},
  booktitle={PeerJ},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Algae encompass a wide array of photosynthetic organisms that are ubiquitously distributed in aquatic and terrestrial habitats. Algal species often bloom in aquatic ecosystems, providing a significant autochthonous carbon input to the deeper anoxic layers in stratified water bodies. In addition, various algal species have been touted as promising candidates for anaerobic biogas production from biomass. Surprisingly, in spite of its ecological and economic relevance, the microbial… CONTINUE READING
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