Collins and Lyne's Microbiological Methods, 7Ed
Many laboratories will have an edition of this book in their libraries and students of microbiology will have found it useful as a guiding bench book in microbiological technique. This revised edition is recommended for both, as complementary to the laboratory library and invaluable to the trainee as support for academic and practical experience.Journal of Medical Microbiology, October 1995..a very worthwhile bench book which provides an excellent introduction to practical microbiology in an easy-to-use form.'SGM Quarterly (Soc. Gen. Microbiology), February 1I suggest that each new graduate in the microbiology laboratory should be made to read the opening chapters of this book and then continue on to the practicabilities of microbiology.'
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- JM Grange(Author) C Collins(Author) P Lyne(Author)
- CRC Press; 7 edition (23 Jan. 1995)
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