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Azospirillum III: Genetics · Physiology · Ecology Proceedings of the Third Bayreuth Azospirillum Workshop by R. Fani, M. Bazzicalupo, E. Gallori, L. Turbanti, M. Polsinelli (auth.), Prof. Dr. Walter Klingmüller (eds.)