The Society for General Microbiology
The Society for General Microbiology (SGM) provides a common meeting ground for scientists working in research and in fields with applications in microbiology, including medicine, veterinary medicine, pharmaceuticals, numerous industries, agriculture, food, the environment and education. Founded in 1945, it is now the largest microbiological society in Europe.
Digestion of protein by microbes
Digestion of starch by microbes
Hazards of defrosted food
How good is your toilet paper?
Investigating antimicrobial action
Nitrogen-fixing bacteria free-living in the soil
Nitrogen-fixing bacteria in root nodules of leguminous plants