“Archaeal Community in Biogas Production from Waste Materials” is a comprehensive study on the role of archaeal microorganisms in the process of biogas production from waste materials. The book delves into the intricate relationship between archaea and other microorganisms involved in biogas production, shedding light on the complex interactions that occur in anaerobic digestion.
The author discusses the significance of biogas as a sustainable and renewable energy source, and the potential of using waste materials as a feedstock for biogas production. The book provides an in-depth understanding of the diversity of archaeal communities and their metabolic pathways in biogas production.
This book examines various factors that affect the archaeal community in biogas production, including pH, temperature, and organic loading rates. The author also discusses the various techniques used in monitoring and manipulating archaeal communities to enhance biogas production efficiency.
This book is a valuable resource for researchers, academics, and professionals in the field of biogas production, waste management, and microbial ecology. The author’s extensive research and expertise in the field provide readers with a clear and concise understanding of the complex microbial communities involved in biogas production from waste materials.