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Arundo donax hydrolysate (ADH), obtained by steam explosion and enzymatic treatment, was exploited as a substrate for anaerobic digestion aimed to the production of hydrogen. Mixed cultures of hydrogen-forming anaerobic bacteria selected from a primary sludge digester were used as inocula. Methanogens were removed from the wild consortium by the use of thermal treatments (autoclaving, freezing and thawing). Either with glucose or ADH as carbon sources, the soluble anaerobic fermentationdoi:10.3303/cet1437056 doaj:00afb47360a549c18dadcb35d399add1 fatcat:mrcblpxw7ra55hkw4p55kzp2hu