Microbe-electrode interactions: The chemico-physical environment and electron transfer

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Title: Microbe-electrode interactions: The chemico-physical environment and electron transfer
Author: Gardel, Emily Jeanette
Citation: Gardel, Emily Jeanette. 2013. Microbe-electrode interactions: The chemico-physical environment and electron transfer. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
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Abstract: This thesis presents studies that examine microbial extracellular electron transfer that an emphasis characterizing how environmental conditions influence electron flux between microbes and a solid-phase electron donor or acceptor. I used bioelectrochemical systems (BESs), fluorescence and electron microscopy, chemical measurements, 16S rRNA analysis, and qRT-PCR to study these relationships among chemical, physical and biological parameters and processes.
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