Anthony H. Rose
Academic Press, 1979 - Medical - 459 pages
Hisotry and scientific basis of large-scale production of microbial biomass; Baker's ueast; Bacteria for azofication; Bacterial insecticides; Tempe and related foods; Edible mushooms; Algal biomass; Biomass from whey; Biomass from cellulosic materials; Biomass from carbohydrates; Biomass from natural gas; Biomass from liquid n-Alkanes.
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ANTHONY H ROSE
Principles of microbe cultivation
Current status of industrial production of microbial biomass
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