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By Bjorn Kristiansen, Joan Linden, Michael Mattey

Borregaard Industries, Ltd, Norway. Covers issues similar to mycology, redox reactions, mass and effort balances; downstream processing, fermentation substrates, and layout of business vegetation. For undergraduates and postgraduates in commercial microbiology, biotechnology, or biochemical engineering. Expanded-outline structure.

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