"Salt tolerant culturable microbes accessible in the soil of the Sundarban Mangrove forest, India"
written by Subhajit Das, Minati De, Raghab Ray, Dipnarayan Ganguly, Tapan kumar Jana, Tarun Kumar De,
published by Open Journal of Ecology, Vol.1 No.2, 2011
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