Microbial Physiology

The Microbial Physiology group studies the physiology of the anaerobic microorganisms and anaerobic microbial communities that play an important role in environmental biotechnological processes, such as wastewater treatment, soil remediation, production of chemicals and biofuels and recovery of metals. The main research lines are: 1) metabolic interactions between anaerobic bacteria and archaea; 2) microbial conversion of small molecules; 3) respiration with alternative electron acceptors and 4) isolation, characterisation and application of novel anaerobes. In-depth insight into the metabolic pathways is obtained by applying proteome and transcriptome analyses.

  • Microbial Adaptation
  • Microbial Nutrition
  • Microbial Structures
  • Regulatory Mechanisms of Microorganisms

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