J. Wiley, 1985 - 257 pagine
Reflects the important role microorganisms play in both the purification & pollution of water. Focuses on current research results in the area of thermal vents in ocean depths, the interactions between other organisms, & the latest developments in molecular biology. Not only is this updated edition packed with photographs & drawings but the list of references has expanded considerably.
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