Energiestoffwechsel von Cytochrom-freien methanogenen Archaea bei Wachstum auf H2 und CO2

Methanogene Archaea sind Organismen, die Methan als Endprodukt ihres anaeroben Energiestoffwechsels bilden. Es gibt zwei stoffwechselphysiologisch unterschiedliche Gruppen: Zum einen die Cytochrom-freien Methanogenen, welche nur H2 und CO2 und/oder Formiat zu Methan umsetzen und zum anderen die Cyto...

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Main Author: Kaster, Anne-Kristin
Contributors: Thauer, Rudolf Kurt (Prof.) (Thesis advisor)
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