ISBN13:9780721654331. Release Date:April 1982. Publisher:Elsevier - Health Sciences Division.
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Series: Microbiology for the Health Sciences (Burton). The book covers everything from the discovery of microorganisms to viruses, bacteria, protazoa, prions and the chemistry in cellular metabolism. Paperback: 560 pages.
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