Adsorption and biomass concentration of thraustochytrid Schizochytrium aggregatum (Goldstein and Belsky) in Bunker C Oil
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CitationSarinas, B. G. S., Gellada, L. D., Torrigue, M. L. T., Sibonga, D. N., Torrato, E. S., Malagad, J. G., ... Tornalejo, J. A. (2014). Adsorption and biomass concentration of thraustochytrid Schizochytrium aggregatum (Goldstein and Belsky) in Bunker C Oil.
PublisherSchool of Environmental Science and Management, University of the Philippines Los Baños
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