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PediococcusEncyclopedia of Biotechnology in Agricultureand Food
Document TypeContribution to Book
EditorD. R. Heldman, A.Bridges, D. G. Hoover, and M. B. Wheeler
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Citation InformationBroadbent, J. R., and J. L. Steele. 2010. Pediococcus, pp. 474-478. In D. R. Heldman, A. Bridges, D. G. Hoover, and M. B. Wheeler (eds.), Encyclopedia of Biotechnology in Agriculture and Food. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL.