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Introduction Methods of Cultivation Anaerobic Jars Anaerobic Glove Boxes Roll Tubes

Anaerobiosis Tube Systems Biological Membrane Fragments Methods of Identification Conventional Methods Miniaturized Methods Commercial Diagnostic Kits Physical and Biochemical Methods Immunological Methods PCR and Related Methods Industrially Important Strains and Products Growth and Product Formation Bioenergetics and Product Yields Anaerobic Digestion and Biodegradation Mixed Cultures

Mixed Pure-Culture Process Mixed Natural-Culture Process Mixed Bacteria Interactions Mixed Bacterium and Yeast Interaction Mixed Bacteria and Mold Interaction

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