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By Hermann J. Heipieper

This publication represents a compilation of the main contributions of a NATO workshop on bioremediation of soils infected with fragrant compounds, which happened in Tartu, Estonia. It demonstrates the significance and necessity of interdisciplinary study in smooth environmental biotechnology.

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