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The yeasts, edited by Anthony H. Rose and J. S. Harrison
Bib ID 1972259
Format BookBook
Author
Rose, Anthony H
 
Description London, New York, Academic Press 1969- 
v. illus. 
ISBN 0125964013 (volume 1 varies)
Full contents
  • v. 1. Biology of yeasts
  • v. 2. Physiology and biochemistry of yeasts
  • v. 3. Yeast technology.
  • Includes index.
 
Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

Subjects Yeasts.  |  Yeasts -- physiology.  |  Yeast fungi.
Other authors/contributors Harrison, J. S. (John Stuart)
Also Titled

Biology of yeasts.

Yeast technology.

Physiology and biochemistry of yeasts.

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