The microbial cells are extremely complex which contains oxygen, hydrogen, carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and Sulphur. In addition to these six elements, it also contains potassium, magnesium, calcium, sodium, iron, manganese, cobalt copper, molybdenum and zinc in minor amounts. These elements, infact, are needed for survival and growth of the organisms. Among these, carbon is the main constituent and represents 50% of the cells dry weight.
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