(2003) found that effects of myristic acid supplementation inhibited significantly rumen archaea without significantly altering proportions of individual methanogen
orders in sheep.
Tanaka, "Anaerobic degradation of tetramethylammonium by a newly isolated marine methanogen
," Journal of Fermentation and Bioengineering, vol.
The Effect of Road Salt Runoff on Lake Methanogens
Verstraete, "Methanosarcina: the rediscovered methanogen
for heavy duty biomethanation," Bioresource Technology, vol.
In the last phase, methanogenesis takes place which is carried out by methanogens
, belonging to Archaea.
Vertical distribution of methanogen
in the anoxic sediment of Rotse (Swizerland).
The idea is that, given the extra nitrogen, methanogens
sopping up excess hydrogen will form ammonia (composed of one nitrogen and three hydrogen atoms) instead of methane (one carbon and four hydrogens).
In the case of methanogens
, the mrcA (methyl coenzyme-M reductase; Denman et al.
The genome sequence of the rumen methanogen
Methanobrevibacter ruminantium reveals new possibilities for controlling ruminant methane emissions.
To emphasize how classification and the nested hierarchal system result from the evolutionary process, ask students to answer questions about the relatedness of organisms, such as "What is more closely related to a methanogen
, a cyanobacteria or a human?" or "How are the kingdoms within domain Eukarya related to each other?"
Between 50 to 100 tons of wet fiber cake was fermented with methanogen
rich cow dung juice and incubated for 12 to 24 hrs at room temperature.