Microbe-electrode interactions: The chemico-physical environment and electron transfer
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CitationGardel, Emily Jeanette. 2013. Microbe-electrode interactions: The chemico-physical environment and electron transfer. Doctoral dissertation, Harvard University.
AbstractThis 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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