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Fate of Bacteria Introduced into Terrestrial Ecosystems

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Fate of Bacteria Introduced into Terrestrial Ecosystems. / Normander, B.

National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology, 2000. 84 p.

Research output: Book/anthology/dissertation/reportPh.D. thesisResearch

Harvard

Normander, B 2000, Fate of Bacteria Introduced into Terrestrial Ecosystems. National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology.

APA

Normander, B. (2000). Fate of Bacteria Introduced into Terrestrial Ecosystems. National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology.

CBE

Normander B 2000. Fate of Bacteria Introduced into Terrestrial Ecosystems. National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology. 84 p.

MLA

Normander, B. Fate of Bacteria Introduced into Terrestrial Ecosystems National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology. 2000.

Vancouver

Normander B. Fate of Bacteria Introduced into Terrestrial Ecosystems. National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology, 2000. 84 p.

Author

Normander, B. / Fate of Bacteria Introduced into Terrestrial Ecosystems. National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology, 2000. 84 p.

Bibtex

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year = "2000",
language = "English",
publisher = "National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology",

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RIS

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KW - metabolic activity

KW - diversity

KW - rhizosphere

KW - phytosphere

KW - soil

KW - environment

KW - biocontrol

KW - biofertiliser

KW - pseudomonas

KW - green fluorescent protein

KW - reporter genes

KW - single cells

KW - microscopy

KW - risk assessment

KW - genetic modification

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PB - National Environmental Research Institute. Department of Microbial Ecology and Biotechnology

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