4 edition of Molecular and Cellular Aspects of Microbial Evolution found in the catalog.
Molecular and Cellular Aspects of Microbial Evolution
September 30, 1981
by Cambridge University Press
Written in English
|Contributions||M. J. Carlile (Editor), J. F. Collins (Editor), B. E. B. Moseley (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||378|
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About the Author Roger A. Garrett is a Professor at Copenhagen University, where he leads the Danish Archaea Center. Hans-Peter Klenk teaches microbial genomics at Darmstadt Technical University and is the founder and general manager of Biotechnologie, located in the Munich area.
He has more than 25 years of experience in Archaea research, starting with the molecular biology and evolution of the archaeal transcription apparatus (with Professor Wolfram. The third edition of this authoritative reference work is indispensable to Bacillus scientists and invaluable for anyone involved in bacterial cell biology.
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The authors present the molecular and cellular aspects by focusing on the interactions between pathogenic microorganisms and their hosts.
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Microbial evolution had been underway for at least 2 billion years befor e the emergence of the first eukaryotic cells, and multicellular organisms arose even later. Also, the book provides valuable models to study key aspects of microbial pathogenesis.
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A few major discoveries have influenced how ecologists and evolutionists study microbes. Here, in the format of an interview, we answer questions that directly relate to how these discoveries are perceived in these two branches of microbiology, and how they have impacted on both scientific thinking and methodology.
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