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The lipid and fatty acid composition electron transport and light energy re distribution in the thermophilic blue green alga synechococcus lividus grown at 55 celsius and 38 celsius



The lipid and fatty acid composition electron transport and light energy re distribution in the thermophilic blue green alga synechococcus lividus grown at 55 celsius and 38 celsius



Mcgough, Sheila A. Carnegie Institution Of Washington Year Book 77: - . Viii 998p. Illus. Maps. Port City Press, Inc: Balitmore, Md., Usa. . 283-289, 1977




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