By Judy D. Wall, Caroline S. Harwood, Arnold L. Demain
During this landmark quantity, world-renowned specialists discover the potential contributions of microbes to the following iteration of fuels. In 31 targeted chapters, Bioenergy offers thorough reasons of the present wisdom and destiny parts for study on microbial power conversions.
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