Gastrointestinal Microbiology: Gastrointestinal microbes and host interactions, Volume 2
Rod I. Mackie, Bryan A. White, Richard E. Isaacson
Chapman & Hall, Jan 1, 1997 - Science - 680 pages
This volume deals with enteric bacteria. The diverse and complicated bacterial and protozoan populations inhabiting the rumen and intestinal tract of animals. This book should be of use to microbial ecologists and physiologists, medical microbiologists, gastroenterologists, biochemists, nutritionists, veterinarians and animal scientists, and wildflife ecologists.
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Development of Intestinal Microbiota
Biota of the Human Gastrointestinal Tract
Bacteria Fungi and Protozoa of the Rumen
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