Prescott's Microbiology - 11th Edition - by WILLEY, Sandman, Wood - ISBN 9781260211887
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Prescott's Microbiology
11th Edition
WILLEY, Sandman, Wood
Publisher: McGraw Hill
ISBN: 9781260211887

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More Editions of This Book

Corresponding editions of this textbook are also available below:
Prescott's Microbiology
10 Edition
ISBN: 9781259281594
Prescott’s Microbiology
8 Edition
ISBN: 9780077350130
11 Edition
ISBN: 9781266032844
Prescott's Microbiology
9 Edition
ISBN: 9780073402406
Prescott/harley/klein's Microbiology
7 Edition
ISBN: 9780073302089

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