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ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION OF PROTEIN AND THE ROLE OF METHANE FORMATION IN STEADY-STATE THERMOPHILIC ENRICHMENT CULTURES.

J ORLYGSSON, FP HOUWEN and BH SVENSSON (1993) SWEDISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH. 23(2). p.45-54
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SWEDISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
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23
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45-54 pages
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0049-2701
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English
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yes
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202202
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-202202
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2004-01-14 13:42:00
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  author       = {ORLYGSSON, J and HOUWEN, FP and SVENSSON, BH},
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  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {45--54},
  title        = {ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION OF PROTEIN AND THE ROLE OF METHANE FORMATION IN STEADY-STATE THERMOPHILIC ENRICHMENT CULTURES.},
  volume       = {23},
  year         = {1993},
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Chicago
ORLYGSSON, J, FP HOUWEN, and BH SVENSSON. 1993. “Anaerobic Degradation of Protein and the Role of Methane Formation in Steady-state Thermophilic Enrichment Cultures.” Swedish Journal of Agricultural Research 23 (2): 45–54.
APA
ORLYGSSON, J., HOUWEN, F., & SVENSSON, B. (1993). ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION OF PROTEIN AND THE ROLE OF METHANE FORMATION IN STEADY-STATE THERMOPHILIC ENRICHMENT CULTURES. SWEDISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH, 23(2), 45–54.
Vancouver
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ORLYGSSON J, HOUWEN F, SVENSSON B. ANAEROBIC DEGRADATION OF PROTEIN AND THE ROLE OF METHANE FORMATION IN STEADY-STATE THERMOPHILIC ENRICHMENT CULTURES. SWEDISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH. 1993;23(2):45–54.
MLA
ORLYGSSON, J, FP HOUWEN, and BH SVENSSON. “Anaerobic Degradation of Protein and the Role of Methane Formation in Steady-state Thermophilic Enrichment Cultures.” SWEDISH JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH 23.2 (1993): 45–54. Print.