Advances in Applied Microbiology

Other | August 1, 2004

byLaskin, Allen I., Allen I. Laskin

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Advances in Applied Microbiology offers intensive reviews of the latest techniques and discoveries in this rapidly moving field. The editors are recognized experts and the format is comprehensive and instructive.

Contains 12 comprehensive revies of current research in applied microbiology, including:
* Bacterial Diversity in the Human Gut
* Metals in Yeast Fermentation Processes
* Protozoan Grazing of Freshwater Biofilms
* Molecular biology of Burkholderia cepacia complex
* Non-culturable bacteria in complex commensal populations

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Advances in Applied Microbiology offers intensive reviews of the latest techniques and discoveries in this rapidly moving field. The editors are recognized experts and the format is comprehensive and instructive.Contains 12 comprehensive revies of current research in applied microbiology, including:* Bacterial Diversity in the Human Gu...

Format:OtherDimensions:400 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:August 1, 2004Publisher:Academic PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080490204

ISBN - 13:9780080490205

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Cosmopolitan Insect-Pathogenic Fungi -Mycological Aspects
Molecular biology ofBurkholderia cepaciacomplex
Non-culturable bacteria in complex commensal populations
Red-mediated genetic manipulation of antibiotic-producingStreptomyces
Colicins and microcins: the next generation antimicrobials
Mannose-Binding Quinone Glycoside, MBQ: Potential Utility and Action Mechanism
Protozoan Grazing of Freshwater Biofilms
Metals in Yeast Fermentation Processes
Interactions between Lactobacilli and Antibiotic-associated Diarrhea
Bacterial Diversity in the Human Gut
Interpreting the host-pathogen dialogue through microarrays
The inactivation of microbes by sunlight: solar disinfection as a water treatment process