Biology of anaerobic microorganisms

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Alexander J. B. Zehnder
John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 1988 - Science - 872 pages
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Offers a comprehensive treatment of anaerobes, a common and important group of microbes which thrive where oxygen is absent. Details significant aspects of anaerobe physiology, especially those relevant to geochemical cycles and biodegradation. Also included are discussions of their habitats and the characteristics of key groups of anaerobes.

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MICROBIOLOGY PHYSIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY
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MOLECULAR MECHANISMS OF BACTERIAL
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