Straw- and slurry-associated prokaryotic communities differ during co-fermentation of straw and swine manure

@article{Li2014StrawAS,
  title={Straw- and slurry-associated prokaryotic communities differ during co-fermentation of straw and swine manure},
  author={Jiabao Li and Junpeng Rui and Zhaojun Pei and Xiaori Sun and Shiheng Zhang and Zhiying Yan and Yuanpeng Wang and Xiao-Feng Liu and Tao Zheng and Xiangzhen Li},
  journal={Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology},
  year={2014},
  volume={98},
  pages={4771-4780}
}
Anaerobic co-fermentation of straw and manure is widely used for waste treatment and biogas production. However, the differences between the straw- and slurry-associated prokaryotic communities, their dynamic changes throughout the co-fermentation process, and their correlations with bioreactor performance are not fully understood. To address these questions, we investigated the prokaryotic community compositions and the dynamics of prokaryotes attached to the straw and in the slurry during co… CONTINUE READING
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