Biotechnological Applications of Microbes
Ajit Varma, Gopi K. Podila
Anshan, 2006 - Medical - 350 pages
Microbial applications is a fascinating field of science and is increasingly regarded as a mainstream, central tenet of biology rather than just an interesting peripheral topic. The research into their applications is highly valued both by scientists and by politicians and industry professionals, who thrive upon the latest developments. Agricultural and food industry policy and practice is dependent on scientific updates, particularly in developing countries, and the information contained in this volume will offer new ideas for industrial production and usage. "Biotechnological Applications of Microbes" is the second volume in our "Microbiology Series". It will be a welcome resource for microbiologists, botanists, food industry and agricultural scientists, postgraduate students and academics.
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