volume 50, issue 2, P211-226 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280500207
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Abstract: Abstract The structural characteristics of well‐formed anaerobic granular sludges were examined using scanning electron microscopy and light microscopy of thin sections. Transverse sections were found to consist of randomly orientated filaments of Methanothrix soehngenii. These were tightly packed with little space between the individual filament sheaths, revealing a ‘honeycomb’ appearance. Sections cut from wax‐embedded granules were stained using a number of histochemical procedures. Detailed examination of…

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