[permaculture] [Fwd: Re: [SANET-MG] microbial genes involved in bioenergy]

Lawrence F. London, Jr. lflj at intrex.net
Wed Jul 16 21:18:41 EDT 2008

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Subject: Re: [SANET-MG] microbial genes involved in bioenergy
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2008 18:06:27 -0700
From: David <david at H4C.ORG>
Reply-To: david at h4c.org
Organization: Hearing for Children

(describing the article at modest length)
(blog; some interesting looking links)

jcummins wrote:
> The article below is rather theoretical. However, it may lead to 
> information translatable into a form useful in the field.
> Nature Reviews Microbiology 6, 604-612 (August 2008) | 
> doi:10.1038/nrmicro1939
> Focus on: Sustainability
> Opinion: Pre-genomic, genomic and post-genomic study of microbial 
> communities involved in bioenergy
> Bruce E. Rittmann1, Rosa Krajmalnik-Brown1 & Rolf U. Halden1
> Abstract
> Microorganisms can produce renewable energy in large quantities and 
> without damaging the environment or disrupting food supply. The 
> microbial communities must be robust and self-stabilizing, and their 
> essential syntrophies must be managed. Pre-genomic, genomic and 
> post-genomic tools can provide crucial information about the structure 
> and function of these microbial communities. Applying these tools will 
> help accelerate the rate at which microbial bioenergy processes move 
> from intriguing science to real-world practice.

David William House

    "The Complete Biogas Handbook" |www.completebiogas.com|

    "No matter how far the material world advances, it cannot
    establish the happiness of mankind. Only when material and
    spiritual civilization are linked and coordinated will
    happiness be assured. Then material civilization will not
    contribute its energies to the forces of evil in destroying
    the oneness of humanity, for in material civilization good
    and evil advance together and maintain the same pace."

        'Abdu'l-Baha, /The Promulgation of Universal Peace/, p. 109

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