World Journal Of Microbiology and Biotechnology


Subject: World Journal Of Microbiology and Biotechnology
Date: Sat, 3 Jan 1998 17:09:13 -0500 (EST)

World Journal Of Microbiology and Biotechnology
(Link inactive 10 September 2004)
(Link active 10 September 2004)

ISSN: 0959-3993

World Journal Of Microbiology and Biotechnolgy is a subscription-based
electronic version of the print journal of the same title published by
Rapid Science Publishers. Full-text is available to subscribers as PDF

World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology publishes pivotal papers
relating to all aspects of applied microbiology and biotechnology. The
journal also encompasses management of culture collections, foodstuffs and
biological control agents.

Environmental issues are featured, as are microbiological and
biotechnological solutions to global problems. A host of important areas
are addressed, including public health, food supplies, waste management,
pollution and agriculture.

Recent Contents:

PDF): PP. 0000-0000

Role of rhizobia in the degradation of aromatic substances: S. Latha, A.
Mahadevan, PP. 0601-0607

Gene pho-2 codes for the multiple active forms of Pi-repressible alkaline
phosphatase in the mould Neurospora crassa: G. Thedei Jr, S.R. Nozawa,
A.L. Simo˜es, A. Rossi, PP. 0609-0611

Extracellular enzyme production during anamorphic growth in the edible
mushroom, Pleurotus sajor-caju: Y.H. Tan, M.N. Wahab, PP. 0613-0617

Conversion of corn milling fibrous co-products into ethanol by recombinant
Escherichia coli strains K011 and SL40: B.S. Dien, R.B. Hespell, L.O.
Ingram, R.J. Bothast, PP. 0619-0625

Construction of a bacterial consortium for the biofiltration of benzene,
toluene and xylene emissions: Y.-S. Oh, R. Bartha, PP. 0627-0632

Guanosine 5′-diphosphate 3′-diphosphate (ppGpp) and clavulanic
acid production in Streptomyces clavuligerus: C. Jones, A. Thompson, R.
England, PP. 0633-0636


Original posting date: 
Thursday, January 15, 1998
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