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Biotechnology: Enzyme Technology v. 7A (Rehm/Reed: Biotechnology)

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    Available in PDF - DJVU Format | Biotechnology: Enzyme Technology v. 7A (Rehm/Reed: Biotechnology).pdf | Language: ENGLISH
    John F. Kennedy (Editor), Hans-Jürgen Rehm (Series Editor), Gerald Reed (Series Editor)

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This reference work describes the state of Biotechnology and serves as a guide to the original literature. It spans the entire field from basic concepts to industrial applications and deals with a wide spectrum of applications. These range from the production of enzymes, biomass, and primary and secondary products of microbial metabolism to the production of foods and feeds, sewage disposal, and other microbial degradations. Volumes 1 and 2 explain the basic concepts of microbial science and bioengineering. The third and fourth volumes describe the industrially important products of microbial metabolism, as well as the production of biomass. The fifth volume deals with the production of foods and feeds with the aid of microbes. Volumes 6A and 6B cover microbial transformations and special microbial processes. Volume 8 deals with biodegradations. The series is intended for microbiologists, biochemists, bioengineers, chemical engineers, and food and pharmaceutical chemists working in industry, academia, and the public sector. A subscription price is available for those signing up for the whole series.
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