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By D. Perlman (ed.)

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Meant for researchers in utilized microbiology and environmental engineers, this ebook covers such subject matters as environmental evaluate of biotechnological techniques and microbial alterations of haloaromatic and haloaliphatic compounds.

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The isolation of cultures from microcolonies as soon as they were visible under a plate microscope and frequent observations of the plates seem to have been necessary for the isolation of large numbers of methylotrophs in pure culture. Experience with several successful isolation attempts obviously played a role in subsequent isolations. Trotsenko (1975) was similarly successful in isolating 100 colonies of obligate methylotrophs using a modification of the technique of Whittenbury et al. (1970a).

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