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025 (4 th) . 2 m m o l / ( g . 1 , 14 100 75 ~t mol/ml 15 O. 7 140 . 048 . 7 73 73 [84] [83 ] . 7 . 79 (*) . m 2) at [ 2 . 5] . 33 Hydrogen Production by Photosynthetic Bacteria: Culture Media, Yields and Efficiencies 21 ANNOTATIONS TO TABLES 1A AND 1B: (1) Order number has no special meaning. It helps the co-ordination between the two parts of the same table. (2) Almost all the phototrophic bacteria strains used in hydrogen production are from the genera Rhodobacter (and the most used species is R.

7 73 73 [84] [83 ] . 7 . 79 (*) . m 2) at [ 2 . 5] . 33 Hydrogen Production by Photosynthetic Bacteria: Culture Media, Yields and Efficiencies 21 ANNOTATIONS TO TABLES 1A AND 1B: (1) Order number has no special meaning. It helps the co-ordination between the two parts of the same table. (2) Almost all the phototrophic bacteria strains used in hydrogen production are from the genera Rhodobacter (and the most used species is R. sphaeroides). Some species formerly designated as Rhodopseudomonas have been classified as Rhodobacter in recent classification criteria (information from Jun Miyake).

5 4 day's culture Hydrogen production and PHA accumulation in the cells of Rhodobacter sphaeroides was closely correlate and the balance of enzyme activities might results hydrogen production or PHA accumulation. In addition, the possibility of hydrogen production acetic acid was observed. Although the production rate still low level, this observation might be significant considering the hydrogen production from the organic waste such as sediment mud of sea and lake. REFERENCES 1. 2. 3. 4. Brandl,H.

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