The “quality” and “quantity” of microbial species drive the degradation of cellulose during composting

Volume: 320, Pages: 124425 - 124425
Published: Jan 1, 2021
Abstract
The aim of this study was to explore the contribution of microbial community to cellulose degradation during cellulosic wastes composting. Three raw materials with different cellulose content were employed, including rice straws (RS), leaves (L) and mushroom dregs (MD). The cellulose degraded by 92.09%, 56.68% and 40.03% during RS, L and MD composting, respectively, which could be explained by cellulases activity. Besides, each cellulase were...
Paper Details
Title
The “quality” and “quantity” of microbial species drive the degradation of cellulose during composting
Published Date
Jan 1, 2021
Volume
320
Pages
124425 - 124425
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