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Dependence pathways for the expression of genes involved in endospore formation in bacillus subtilis


, : Dependence pathways for the expression of genes involved in endospore formation in bacillus subtilis. Smith, I , R A Slepecky And P Setlow (Ed ) Regulation Of Procaryotic Development: Structural And Functional Analysis Of Bacterial Sporulation And Germination; Tenth International Spores Conference, Woods Hole, Massachusetts, Usa, March 1988 Xi+304p American Society For Microbiology: Washington, D C , Usa Illus 223-242


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