Figure 4: The total counts, the thermophilic bacteria
, and the total mold count of olive cake during 90 days of fermentation.
Better mixing is needed for mass transfer, reaction substrate, DO, and thermophilic bacteria
. Mixing rate is an important factoring affecting mass transfer, reaction substrate, concentrations of DO, and thermophilic bacteria
Genetic diversity among thermophilic bacteria
isolated from geothermal sites by using two PCR typing methods.
Adiguzel, "Isolation and Characterization of Thermophilic Bacteria
from Geothermal Areas in Turkey and Preliminary Research on Biotechnologically Important Enzyme Production," Geomicrobiology Journal, vol.
So in this study we exclude thermophilic bacteria
and rest strains were studied for further cellulase activity.
However, market feedback revealed concerns that composting effectiveness declined over time due to thermophilic bacteria
population and efficacy decreasing with repeated use.
[beta]-glucoside production by thermophilic bacteria
indigenous the bolivian altiplano culture Introduccion
Other members of the team test for the presence of thermophilic bacteria
, which have been found surviving in water as hot as 175 degrees Fahrenheit and may be one of the earliest life forms on Earth--or any planet.
thrive at hotter temperatures ranging from 113 to 160 degrees.
K., and Stetter, K., 1992, "Thermophilic bacteria
", In: Thermophilic bacteria
Isolation and characterization of acid-tolerant, thermophilic bacteria
for effective fermentation of biomass-derived sugars to lactic acid.
The alternatives include bioethanol, which can be generated by corn, sugar cane, biomass conversion, engineering of the Pichia stiptis genome for fermentation, biomass sources, including cellulose biomass using thermophilic bacteria
, mesophilic bacteria, carbohydrate-active enzymes, and synthesis gas; methane from acetate, mixed-culture processing, gas hydrates and biowaste; methanol from biomass and other sources; hydrogen from hydrogenase engineering, purple non-sulfur photosynthetic bacteria ad water-splitting; microbial fuel cells; organic solvents, including butanol fermentation; microbial oil recovery from mature reservoirs; and the exploitation of microbial genomes for energy production.