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    • Published 04 May 2016
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    Source: J. Microbiol. Biol. Educ. May 2016 vol. 17 no. 2 308-308. doi:10.1128/jmbe.v17i2.1113
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    Abstract:

    Author Steve Steubner explores the micobes native to the state of Idaho and their impact on the environment, citizens, and businesses of the state. An excellent resource for K-12 teachers, introductory biology and microbiology instructors, microbe enthusiasts, and denizens of the Pacific Northwest alike.Review of: Idaho Microbes: How Tiny Single-Celled Organisms Can Harm, or Save, our World. Steve Stuebner with Todd Shallat; (2015). Boise State University Press, Boise, ID. 168 pages.

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Abstract:

Author Steve Steubner explores the micobes native to the state of Idaho and their impact on the environment, citizens, and businesses of the state. An excellent resource for K-12 teachers, introductory biology and microbiology instructors, microbe enthusiasts, and denizens of the Pacific Northwest alike.Review of: Idaho Microbes: How Tiny Single-Celled Organisms Can Harm, or Save, our World. Steve Stuebner with Todd Shallat; (2015). Boise State University Press, Boise, ID. 168 pages.

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