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- Patel, Sanjay K.S.; Kumar, Virendra; Mardina, Primata; Li, Jinglin; Lestari, Rowina; Kalia, Vipin C.; Lee, Jung-Kul
- Bioresource technology 2018 v.263 pp. 25-32
- Methylocella, etc ; Methyloferula; Methylomonas methanica; alginates; biogas; coculture; encapsulation; hydrogen; methane; methanol; methanotrophs; silica gel; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... In the present study, co-cultures of the methanotrophs Methylocella tundrae, Methyloferula stellata, and Methylomonas methanica were evaluated for improving methanol production with their application. Among the different combinations, the co-culture of M. tundrae and M. methanica increased methanol production to 4.87 mM using methane (CH4) as feed. When simulated biogas mixtures were used as feed, ...
- La, Helen; Hettiaratchi, J. Patrick A.; Achari, Gopal; Verbeke, Tobin J.; Dunfield, Peter F.
- Environmental pollution 2018 v.241 pp. 45-54
- Methylocella, etc ; Methylobacter; Methylocystis; aeration; biochar; biofilters; biofiltration; composts; genes; inoculum; methane; methanotrophs; nutrient availability; nutrients; packaging materials; ribosomal RNA; sorption; volcanic rocks; Show all 18 Subjects
- ... Using hybrid packing materials in biofiltration systems takes advantage of both the inorganic and organic properties offered by the medium including structural stability and a source of available nutrients, respectively. In this study, hybrid mixtures of compost with either lava rock or biochar in four different mixture ratios were compared against 100% compost in a methane biofilter with active a ...