Advances in Applied MicrobiologyEdited by
- Saul Neidleman, Cetus Corporation
- Allen Laskin, Ethigen Corporation, Somerset, NJ, USA
Volume 40 contains state-of-the-art, comprehensive reviews about applied microbiology, biotechnology, and microbial ecology, including a two-part review on "Challenges in Commercial Biotechnology" by Dr. Ales Prokopand a review on microbial cellulases.
Researchers in applied microbiology and biotechnology, and environmental engineers.
Advances in Applied Microbiology
Published: July 1995
Imprint: Academic Press
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"The topics are well supported by an extensive bibliography and provide a rich source of current information."
- A. Singh and K. Hayashi, Microbial Cellulases: Protein Architecture, Molecular Properties, and Biosynthesis.D.K. OToole, Factors Inhibiting and Stimulating Bacterial Growth in Milk: An Historical Perspective.A.Prokop, Challenges in Commercial Biotechnology, Part I: Product, Process, and Market Discovery.A. Prokop, Challenges in Commercial Biotechnology, Part II: Product, Process, and Market Development.J.D. Doyle, G. Stotzky, G. McClung, and C.W.Hendricks, Effects of Genetically Engineered Microorganisms on Microbial Populations and Processes in Natural Habitats.D.J. Cork and A. Khalil, Detection, Isolation, and Stability of Megaplasmid-Encoded Chloroaromatic Herbicide-Degrading Genes within Pseudomonas Species.Chapter References.Subject Index.Contents of Previous Volumes.