Cellulolytic microorganisms domains Bacteria and Archaea

Л. С. Ястремська

Abstract


The review is devoted cellulolytic microorganisms that provide biodegradation of cellulose. The questions of taxonomy, general properties. Attention is paid to comparison of aerobic, anaerobic and facultative anaerobic cellulolytic organisms, their morphology-functional features.

Keywords


cellulolytic bacteria; degradation of cellulose; extremophilic microorganisms; hyperthermophilic bacteria; archaea

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