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Author Trevors, Jack T.

Title Nucleic Acids in the Environment [electronic resource] / edited by Jack T. Trevors, J. Dick Elsas.

Published Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1995.

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Physical description 1 online resource (xii, 260 pages 33 illustrations).
Series Springer Lab Manuals
Springer lab manual.
Summary Molecular biological techniques such as DNA/RNA extraction and purification, and especially the polymerase chain reaction, PCR, are rapidly gaining interest also in related fields, such as microbiology or environmental sciences. They offer new approaches and opportunities for the determination of microbial cells, DNA and RNA from soils, roots, rhizospheres, sediments and aquatic environments. Detailed protocols for these applications are described in this manual.
Other author Elsas, J. Dick.
Subject Geography.
Ecology.
Nature conservation.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783642790508 (electronic bk.)
364279050X (electronic bk.)
9783540580690
3540580697