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methanogenesis

Direct inhibition of methanogenesis by ferric iron

The effect of pH on ruminal methanogenesis

Methanogenesis is Ca2+ dependent in Methanothermobacter thermautotrophicus strain ΔH

Drying effects on archaeal community composition and methanogenesis in bromeliad tanks

Simultaneous methanogenesis and oxygen reduction by Methanobrevibacter cuticularis at low oxygen fluxes

How specific is the inhibition by methyl fluoride of acetoclastic methanogenesis in anoxic rice field soil?

Effect of soil aggregate size on methanogenesis and archaeal community structure in anoxic rice field soil

Selective inhibition of reactions involved in methanogenesis and fatty acid production on rice roots

Competition between methanogenesis and quinone respiration for ecologically important substrates in anaerobic consortia

Competition of Fe(III) reduction and methanogenesis in an acidic fen

Effects of nitrogen oxides and denitrification by Pseudomonas stutzeri on acetotrophic methanogenesis by Methanosarcina mazei

Accelerated methanogenesis from aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons under iron- and sulfate-reducing conditions

Methanogenesis affected by the co-occurrence of iron(III) oxides and humic substances

The Enigmatic Planctomycetes May Hold a Key to the Origins of Methanogenesis and Methylotrophy

Methanogenic symbionts of anaerobic ciliates and their contribution to methanogenesis in an anoxic rice field soil

Methanogenesis at extremely haloalkaline conditions in the soda lakes of Kulunda Steppe (Altai, Russia)

Turnover of glucose and acetate coupled to reduction of nitrate, ferric iron and sulfate and to methanogenesis in anoxic rice field soil

 

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Methane (CH4) is formed by a unique group of anaerobic bacteria belonging to the Archaea, the methanogens. Methanogens are among the most difficult bacteria to grow artificially, for they require ...

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