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Characteristics of the acidic effluent resulting from molasses fermentation used as the substrate for methanogenesis, and the effluent from the methanogenic process.

By Aleksandra Chojnacka (186642), Paweł Szczęsny (3410795), Mieczysław K. Błaszczyk (743843), Urszula Zielenkiewicz (581917), Anna Detman (743844), Agnieszka Salamon (743845) and Anna Sikora (465861)

Abstract

<p><sup>1</sup> not-centrifuged effluents contained microbial cells</p><p><sup>2</sup> the protein concentrations were determined in non-centrifuged (containing microbial cells) samples, while the concentrations of the other components were determined in centrifuged samples.</p><p><sup>3</sup> the content of Fe(II) in the methane-yielding granular sludge in the UASB bioreactor was 5.2 ± 0.7 mM (n = 3).</p><p>Characteristics of the acidic effluent resulting from molasses fermentation used as the substrate for methanogenesis, and the effluent from the methanogenic process.</p

Topics: Ecology, Biological Sciences, Methane production results, substrate, methanogenic, archaea, syntrophic metabolism, sugar beet molasses, dna, granules, scanning electron microscopy, methanogenesi, sludge blanket bioreactor, pathway, bioinformatic sequence analysis, Sugar Beet Molasses Fermentation Anaerobic digestion
Year: 2015
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0128008.t001
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/1424346
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