2 edition of Specialist conference on culture collections of micro-organisms, London, August, 1947. found in the catalog.
Specialist conference on culture collections of micro-organisms, London, August, 1947.
British Commonwealth Scientific Official Conference.
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Author(s): Specialist Conference on Culture Collections of Micro-Organisms,( London) Title(s): Report of proceedings. Country of Publication: England. Hawksworth, D L (). Fungus culture collections as a biotechnological resource. Biotechnology and Genetic Specialist conference on culture collections of micro-organisms Reviews 3: Malik, K A & Claus, D ().
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Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. Society of Chemical Industry, London.; S.C.I. monograph: Other Titles: Symposium on the continuous culture of micro-organisms: Responsibility: comprising papers read at a symposium organized by the Microbiology Group, held at University College, London 31 March-1 April Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link).
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Friends, colleagues and cultural luminaries pay tribute to the founder of Time Out, Tony Elliott, who died on July 17 In these proceedings of the Int. Conference on Culture Collections, 1947.
book, Oct. the opening addresses are followed by a plenary session with 20 papers edited by Y. TSUNEMATSU, and 6 sections with 50 papers edited (in addition) by T. NEI, Y. OKAMI, E. YABUUCHI and J. YASUDA. The closing addresses are followed by a list of participants.
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"The present book is simply a selection of 16 of the original plates, reduced in dimensions by about one-half."--Page 7.
Description: 31 pages, 16 pages of plates: illustrations (chiefly color) ; 19 cm. Series Title: King Penguin books, 9.
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