By P. D. Bridge, D. K. Arora, C. A. Reddy, R. P. Elander
Polymerase chain response (PCR), a strong technique for amplifying DNA fragments, has had a big impression on learn all through biology. This publication discusses the wide-ranging functions of PCR in natural and utilized mycology.
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