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    Terry J. McGenity, editor.
    Summary: This book provides comprehensive, authoritative descriptions of the microbes involved in cleaning up oil spills and degrading climate-altering hydrocarbons such as methane, and has detailed discussions about the taxonomy, ecology, genomics, physiology and global significance of these hydrocarbon-degrading microbes.

    Prokaryotic Hydrocarbon Degraders
    Aerobic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Archaea
    Eukaryotic Hydrocarbon Degraders
    Aerobic Hydrocarbon-degrading Bacteroidetes
    Aerobic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Alphaproteobacteria: Rhodobacteraceae (Roseobacter)
    Aerobic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Alphaproteobacteria: Sphingomonadales
    Hydrocarbon Degradation by Betaproteobacteria
    Marine, Aerobic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Gammaproteobacteria: Overview
    Aerobic Hydrocarbon-degrading Gammaproteobacteria
    Marine, Aerobic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Gammaproteobacteria: The Family Alcanivoracaceae
    Aerobic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Gammaproteobacteria: Porticoccus
    Aerobic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Gammaproteobacteria: Xanthomonadales
    Anaerobic Hydrocarbon-Degrading Deltaproteobacteria
    The Methane-Oxidizing Bacteria (Methanotrophs)
    Facultative Methane Oxidizers
    Hormoconis resinae, The Kerosene Fungus
    Global Consequences of Ubiquitous Hydrocarbon Utilizers
    Occurrence and Roles of the Obligate Hydrocarbonoclastic Bacteria in the Ocean When There Is No Obvious Hydrocarbon Contamination
    Hydrocarbon-Degrading Microbes as Sources of New Biocatalysts.-.
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    Springer Live
    2019- Continuously updated edition