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Introduction of genetically modified microorganisms into the environment

, : Introduction of genetically modified microorganisms into the environment. Soviet Biotechnology ( 6): 8-12

Concepts and terminology of genetically modified microorganisms were defined and the extent of their introduction estimated. Pathogenicity and the rapid multiplication and spatial expansion of such microorganisms are assessed.

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