南極由来の真菌Penicillium sp. CHY-2 株による4-ブチルフェノールの低温分解及び Tween 80 の効果に関する研究

@article{Fuzisawa2015PenicilliumSC,
  title={南極由来の真菌Penicillium sp. CHY-2 株による4-ブチルフェノールの低温分解及び Tween 80 の効果に関する研究},
  author={Soichiro Fuzisawa and Hikari Kobayasi and Eri Yosida and Yuichi Ohira and M. V. Reddy and Young-Cheol Chang and Shintaro Kikuchi},
  journal={Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers},
  year={2015},
  volume={71},
  pages={411}
}

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