Laboratory Manual In General Microbiology
by Ward Giltner
Publisher: Wiley 1916
Number of pages: 452
This manual gives a working knowledge of laboratory methods used in the study of microorganisms. Molds, yeasts and bacteria are taken up in the order of their comparative sizes and studied as to their identification by morphological and cultural methods.
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