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      Microbial community in methanogenic packed-bed reactor successfully operating at short hydraulic retention time.

      Journal of bioscience and bioengineering

      Time Factors, Acetates, chemistry, RNA, Ribosomal, 16S, Phylogeny, Methane, Hydrogen-Ion Concentration, Fermentation, Fatty Acids, Butyrates, methods, Biotechnology, Bioreactors, Biomass, metabolism, Archaea

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          The microbial community in a thermophilic anaerobic packed-bed reactor, which had been successfully operated to convert acetic and butyric acids to methane at a short hydraulic retention time (from 24 h to 1.9 h), was investigated. Archaea closely related to known methanogens were detected by 16S rRNA gene analyses of the effluents, together with diverse types of unidentified bacteria.

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          10.1263/jbb.101.271
          16716930

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