Syntrophism among Prokaryotes

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SCHINK, Bernhard, Alfons J. M. STAMS, 2006. Syntrophism among Prokaryotes. In: DWORKIN, Martin, ed.. The Prokaryotes / Vol. 2. New York:Springer, pp. 309-335

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