Study Detail

TitleAlternative Substrates for methylotrophic Microorganisms
Study TypeOther
Abstract Environmental factors that drive the biodiversity of soil methylotrophs have been purely addressed. Soil methylotrophs are often capable of utilizing multi-carbon compounds as alternatives to their one carbon substrates. We analysed the in situ capacity of methanol-consuming methylotrophs to utilize .. [more]
Description Environmental factors that drive the biodiversity of soil methylotrophs have been purely addressed. Soil methylotrophs are often capable of utilizing multi-carbon compounds as alternatives to their one carbon substrates. We analysed the in situ capacity of methanol-consuming methylotrophs to utilize .. [more]
Center NameUniversity of Bayreuth