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Microorganismos deterioradores de alimentos (ing)

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Fecha: el 31/08/2011 Nivel: avanzado Categoria: General Tamaño: 8932 Kb Descargas: 75
Compendio extenso de los microbios que reducen la vida útil de los alimentos Resumen (Extraido del documento):

Food spoilage microorganisms
Edited by Clive de W. Blackburn

Food spoilage microorganisms

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