By Allen I. Laskin, Joan W. Bennett, Geoffrey M. Gadd

Advances in utilized Microbiology deals extensive studies of the newest suggestions and discoveries during this swiftly relocating box. The editors are well-known specialists and the structure is complete and instructive.

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