Author(s): Rittmann BE, KrajmalnikBrown R, Halden RU
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Abstract Microorganisms can produce renewable energy in large quantities and without damaging the environment or disrupting food supply. The microbial communities must be robust and self-stabilizing, and their essential syntrophies must be managed. Pre-genomic, genomic and post-genomic tools can provide crucial information about the structure and function of these microbial communities. Applying these tools will help accelerate the rate at which microbial bioenergy processes move from intriguing science to real-world practice.
This article was published in Nat Rev Microbiol
and referenced in Journal of Bioremediation & Biodegradation