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Behavior of Genetically Engineered Microbes in Natural Environments and Their Potential Use in situ Reclamation of Contaminated Sites.
Conjugation and Genetic Recombination in 'Escherichia coli' in Sterile and Nonsterile Soil (Journal Version).
Ecological Considerations Related to the Release of Genetically Engineered Microorganisms to the Environment.
Effects of 2,4-Dichlorophenol, a Metabolite of a Genetically Engineered Bacterium, and 2,4-Dichlorophenoxyacetate on Some Microorganism-Mediated Ecological Processes in Soil.
Fate in Soil of a Recombinant Plasmid Carrying a 'Drosophila' Gene.
Influence of Soil Mineral Colloids on Metabolic Processes, Growth, Adhesion, and Ecology of Microbes and Viruses.
Methods for studying bacterial gene transfer in soil by conjugation and transduction /
Methods for the Detection of Changes in the Microbial Ecology of Soil Caused by the Introduction of Microorganisms.
Methods to Measure the Influence of Genetically Engineered Bacteria on Ecological Processes in Soil.
Survival of Genetically Engineered Microbes in the Environment: Effect of Host/Vector Relationship.
Survival of, and Genetic Transfer by, Genetically Engineered Bacteria in Natural Environments.
Transduction of 'Escherichia coli' by Bacteriophage P1 in Soil.
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