This is a research-level symposium proceedings, reviewing the latest research in the continuous culture of microorganisms as applied to industrial microbiology, biotechnology, waste disposal, and the food and pharmaceutical industries. Biochemical/physiological/genetic aspects of continuous culture are presented as well as practical applications.
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Continuous Cultivation of Microorganisms Past and Future
Directed Selection of Streptomyces Mutants Mediated
Institute of Microbiology Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences
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