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Development and application of in situ PCR techniques to investigate microbial community functional and phylogenetic diversity at the individual cell level
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Georgia, 2002., Directed by Robert E. Hodson. Includes an article published in Applied and environmental microbiology, and articles submitted to Limnology and oceanography, and Applied and environmental microbiology. Includes bibliographical references.
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1968- Dustman, Wendy A.,
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