Lake Manzala Egypt, a bibliography: II-Microbiological studies

Journal Title: Microbial Biosystems Journal - Year 2017, Vol 2, Issue 2

Abstract

This bibliography was compiled in order to facilitate location of available literature concerning the microbiological studies on Lake Manzala, Egypt.

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Rashad HM, Abdel-Azeem AM

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Rashad HM, Abdel-Azeem AM (2017). Lake Manzala Egypt, a bibliography: II-Microbiological studies. Microbial Biosystems Journal, 2(2), -. https://europub.co.uk/articles/-A-32931