Advances in Applied Microbiology, Volume 19

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Academic Press, Dec 17, 1975 - Science - 324 pages
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Contents

Chapter 2 Production of the Same Antibiotics by Members of Different Genera of Microorganisms
25
Current Status of Nomenclature
47
Chapter 4 Significance of Nucleic Acid Hybridization to Systematics of Actinomycetes
59
Chapter 5 Current Status of Nomenclature of AntibioticProducing Bacteria
71
Chapter 6 Microorganisms in Patent Disclosures
77
Chapter 7 Microbiological Control of Plant Pathogens
85
Chapter 8 Microbiology of Municipal Solid Waste Composting
113
Chapter 9 Nitrification and Denitrification Processes Related to Waste Water Treatment
153
Chapter 10 The Fermentation Pilot Plant and Its Aims
187
Chapter 11 The Microbial Production of Nucleic AcidRelated Compounds
209
Chapter 12 Synthesis of LTyrosineRelated Amino Acids by βTyrosinase
249
Chapter 13 Effects of Toxicants on the Morphology and Fine Structure of Fungi
289
Subject Index
321
Contents of Previous Volumes
325
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