Accessing uncultivated microorganisms : from the environment by Karsten Zengler

By Karsten Zengler

Delivering a complete review and discussing advancements within the box, this booklet info a variety of leading edge tools utilized in microbial ecology and environmental microbiology. additionally it is all elements of microbial range from micro organism and fungi to protists.

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