2 edition of introduction to bacterial physiology found in the catalog.
introduction to bacterial physiology
Evelyn Lenore Oginsky
|Other titles||Bacterial physiology.|
|Statement||by Evelyn L. Oginsky and Wayne W. Umbreit. Drawings by Evan L. Gillespie.|
|Series||A Series of biology texts|
|Contributions||Umbreit, W. W. 1913- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QR84 .O5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||54005873|
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Provides a global overview of microbial physiology, integrating the basic features of microbial infrastructure, biochemistry, and genetics. It is designed as an anchor, allowing students to synthesize information provided in later chapters within the context of the whole cell.
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San Francisco, W.H. Freeman [, ©]. Bacterial Physiology focuses on the physiology and chemistry of microorganisms and the value of bacterial physiology in the other fields of biology. The selection first underscores the chemistry and structure of bacterial cells, including the chemical composition of cells, direct and indirect methods of cytology, vegetative multiplication, spores of bacteria Book Edition: 1.
Introduction to Bacteriology Bacteria are single-celled microorganisms that lack a nuclear membrane, are metabolically active and divide by binary fission.
Medically they are a major cause of : Samuel Baron. The purpose of this book is to illustrate a selection of biological prop erties of bacteria that reveal them as important living beings. We have primarily addressed readers who have had some previous educa tion in the natural sciences, and we have assumed a modest under standing of elementary chemical and biological principles.
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Bacterial Physiology focuses on the physiology and chemistry of microorganisms and the value of bacterial physiology in the other fields of biology.
The selection first underscores the chemistry and structure of bacterial cells, including the chemical composition of cells, direct and indirect methods of cytology, vegetative multiplication, spores of bacteria, and cell structure.
INTRODUCTION TO MICROBIAL PHYSIOLOGY THE ESCHERICHIA COLI PARADIGM Microbial physiology is an enormous discipline encompassing the study of thousands of different microorganisms. It is, of course, foolhardy to try to convey all that is known on this topic within the conﬁnes of one book.
However, a solid foundationFile Size: 1MB. The authors have designed this book to bridge the existing gap between general bacteriology and the more advanced information on bacterial physiology.
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