Advances in Applied Microbiology, Volume 18
Academic Press, Feb 19, 1975 - Science - 410 pages
Advances in Applied Microbiology offers intensive reviews of the latest techniques and discoveries in this rapidly moving field. The editors are recognized experts and the format is comprehensive and instructive. Published since 1959, Advances in Applied Microbiology continues to be one of the most widely read and authoritative review sources in microbiology. Recent areas covered include bacterial diversity in the human gut, protozoan grazing of freshwater biofilms, metals in yeast fermentation processes and the interpretation of host-pathogen dialogue through microarrays.
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Chapter 2 Microbial Transformation of Pesticides
Chapter 3 Taxonomic Criteria for Mycobacteria and Nocardiae
Chapter 4 Effect of Structural Modifications on the Biological Properties of Aminoglycoside Antibiotics Containing 2Deoxystreptamine
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