Microbes: For Health, Wealth & Sustainable Environment
Malhotra Publishing House, 1998 - Agricultural microbiology - 826 pages
Socity benefits from microorganismsin man ways. They are necessarfor the production of breads, cheese, bear, antibiotics, vaccines, vitamins, enzymes and many other important products. Microorganisms are indispensible components of our ecosystems. Indeed moderen biotechnology rests upon a solid mocrobiological foundation.
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