By Hans-Jurgen Rehm
Quantity 10 on precise techniques completes the second one variation of the Biotechnology sequence delivering an outline on cutting edge and detailed fields of biotechnology. within the different volumes of the sequence many higher parts of biotechnology are handled with appreciate to crucial elements, whereas quantity 10 covers extra really expert issues. components that are expected to have a hugely promising destiny are nanobiotechnology, bioelectrochemical gas cells, bacteriorhodopsin and different components used as info platforms. extra fields - even if small - are of present value akin to marine biotechnology, biotechnology in phytopathology, biotechnology with extremophiles, and biotechnology with protozoa. quantity 10 allows the reader to entry those and extra certain fields of biotechnology. The confirmed caliber of intensive references presents a superb foundation to realize extra perception into the fields.
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Biotechnology, 2nd Edition, Volume 10: Special Processes by Hans-Jurgen Rehm