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Differences in the types of cellulose used in the detection of cellulolytic micro-organisms on agar media



Differences in the types of cellulose used in the detection of cellulolytic micro-organisms on agar media



Revue d' Ecologie et de Biologie du Sol 20(1): 29-36



Phase contrast photomicrography was used to show differences in the physical structure of nine cellulose preparations.

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