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Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology - George M. Garrity (Editor-In-Chief)
Call Number: QR81 .B46 2001 Reference
Publication Date: 2001-2012
2nd ed.
5 v. in 8


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    Contains the electronic version of this handbook on the biology of bacteria, a standard resource for the microbiological community. 4th ed., 11 volumes, 2013-2014; and 3rd ed., 7 volumes, 1999-2006.
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