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This publication covers either uncomplicated and technologies in a slightly exact quarter of pulp and paper manufacture. the fundamental technology of lignocellulose enzymology and plant genetics is roofed additionally in lots of different contexts, while the appliance of biotechnology in strategy and product improvement is carefully reviewed. the entire most modern advances in addition to new principles of the learn box are lined. This publication will function an up-to-date and compact details package deal of biotechnical features and the latest advances of the pulp and paper zone.
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