Directions of practical application of mycelial wastes of microbiological production of antibiotics in various areas of industry and agriculture (Review)

  title={Directions of practical application of mycelial wastes of microbiological production of antibiotics in various areas of industry and agriculture (Review)},
  author={V. V. Belakhov and A. V. Garabadzhiu},
  journal={Russian Journal of General Chemistry},
The review systematizes various directions of practical application of mycelial wastes of microbiological production of antibiotics. At present, complex schemes of using of mycelial wastes were developed and introduced to many areas of industry and agriculture. 
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