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Estimation of the role of methane-oxidizing microflora of sewage from coal mines in formation of atmosphere in workings

, : Estimation of the role of methane-oxidizing microflora of sewage from coal mines in formation of atmosphere in workings. Mikrobiologicheskii Zhurnal 54(4): 76-81

Methanotrophic bacteria whose abundance can reach 3 x 105 cells/ml are found widely in waters of gas-rich coal mines in Donbas. Their levels in waters of the Lenin Comsomol of Ukraine Mine is much lower due possibly to a high concn of sodium chloride which inhibits vital methanotrophic activity. Methanotrophic microorganisms of mine waters were able to oxidize ~ 0.01% by volume of the methane entering the workings.

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