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Table 2 Microorganism employed for bioelectricity generation in MFC

From: Microbial fuel cell: a green approach for the utilization of waste for the generation of bioelectricity

S.no. Microorganism Substrate/co-substrate Power density (mW/m2) Mediator References
1 Shewanella oneidensis strain 14063 Sodium pyruvate >40 at acid orange 7(AO7) initial conc. is 70 mg/l 1-amino-2 Naphthol, one of the metabolites of AO7 reductive decolourisation. Fernando et al. (2012)
2 Shewanella oneidensis Lactate 24 Anthraquinone-2,6-disulfonate (AQDS) Ringeisen et al. (2006))
3 Klebsiella pneumoniae Glucose NA HNQ as mediator biomineralized manganese as electron acceptor Menicucci et al. (2006)
4 Rhodoferax ferrireducens Glucose, xylose sucrose, maltose 158 Mediator-less MFC Liu et al. (2006)
5 Klebsiella pneumoniae strain L17 Glucose 34.77 Mediator-less MFC Liu et al. (2009a, b)
6 Nocardiopsis sp. KNU (S strain) CMC 162 Mediator-less MFC Sedky et al. (2012)
7 Streptomyces enissocaesilis KNU (K strains) CMC 145 Mediator-less MFC Sedky et al. (2012)
8 Pseudomonas species Luria–Bertani (LB) medium NA phenazine-1- carboxamide Pham et al. (2008)
9 Pseudomonas sp. Peptone 979 Methylene blue Daniel et al. (2009)
10 Rhodoferax ferrireducens Glucose NA Mediator-less MFC Vet and Rutgers (2007)
11 Escherichia coli strain K-12 Sucrose 215 Mediator-less MFC Zheng and Nirmalakhandan (2010)