By: Pierre Davet
392 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
The first part defines the principle characteristics of the subterranean world and describes the microorganisms that live there as well as their environmental constraints. The second part shows how the action of microorganisms can modify their physico-chemical surroundings, the microbiological equilibria and the growth of plants. The third part considers methods of intervention that would help in limiting the proliferation of harmful microorganisms.
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