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The effect of temperature fluctuation on the microbial diversity and community structure of rural household biogas digesters at Qinghai Plateau

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The effect of temperature fluctuation on the microbial diversity and community structure of rural household biogas digesters at Qinghai Plateau
Published in
Archives of Microbiology, November 2019
DOI 10.1007/s00203-019-01767-0
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Rui Han, Derui Zhu, Jiangwa Xing, Quanhui Li, Yi Li, Laisheng Chen

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#11,133,196
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#1,441
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#202,076
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#13
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