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Biological Degradation And Bioremediation Of Toxic Chemicals
G. R. Chaudhry
Published 1995 · Environmental Science
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Environmental biotechnology involves the use of microbial processes to restore balance to a damaged ecosystem, and current research is reflected in these papers.
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