Jo De Vrieze, Willy Verstraete and Nico Boon Repeated pulse feeding induces functional stability in anaerobic digestion Microbial Biotechnology 6
The application of a pulse feeding pattern in anaerobic digestion leads to a higher degree of operational stability, i.e. a higher tolerance to stress. The higher stability was correlated to a very dynamic bacterial community and stable methanogenic community. These results call for the regular application of a limited pulse of organic material and/or a variation in the substrate to obtain a higher degree of functional stability in anaerobic digestion.
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