Microbial Reactions.pdf

Microbial Reactions

S. Aiba

Regulation of glucose metabolism in bacterial systems.- Ethanol production by Zymomonas mobilis.- Growth kinetics of photosynthetic microorganisms.- The nature of lignocellulosics and their pretreatments for enzymatic hydrolysis.

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Microbial Reactions.pdf

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