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Capacity of aerobic microorganisms to utilize and grow on atmospheric trace gases (H2, CO, CH4)



Capacity of aerobic microorganisms to utilize and grow on atmospheric trace gases (H2, CO, CH4)



Current perspectives in microbial ecology: proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Microbial Ecology Michigan State University edited by MJ Klug and CA Reddy: 467




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