Starvation in Bacteria by S. KjellebergStarvation in Bacteria by S. Kjelleberg

Starvation in Bacteria

EditorS. Kjelleberg

Paperback | September 30, 1993

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This monograph provides a current, comprehensive review of the starvation and stationary phase biology of non-differentiating bacteria. Genetics and adaptation techniques of several species are explored in detail, as well as prevailing ecosystem conditions that lead to intermittent growth or long-term starvation. Researchers seeking an understanding of the far-reaching implications of bacterial starvation in bacterial physiology and ecology, applied bacteriology, and environmental biotechnology will find no substitute for this work.
Title:Starvation in BacteriaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:296 pagesPublished:September 30, 1993Publisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306444305

ISBN - 13:9780306444302

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Table of Contents

Bioavailability of Energy and the Starvation State (R.Y. Morita). Bacterial Growth and Starvation in Aquatic Environments (D.J.W. Moriarty, R.T. Bell). Bacterial Responses to Soil Stimuli (J.D. Van Elsas, L.S. van Overbeek). Dynamics of Microbial Growth in the Decelerating and Stationary Phases of Batch Culture (C.A. Mason, T. Egli). Starvation and Recovery of Vibrio (J. Ostling et al.). Global Systems Approach to the Physiology of the Starved Cell (T. Nyström). Approaches to the Study of Survival and Death in Stationary Phase Escherichia coli (D.A. Siegele et al.). The Role of rpoS in Early Stationary Phase Gene Regulation in Escherichia coli K12 (R. HenggeAronis). Gene Expression and Survival during Nutrient Starvation in Salmonella typhimurium (M.P. Spector, J.W. Foster). The Impact of Nutrial State on the Microevolution of Ribosomes (C.G. Kurland, R. Mikkola). Formation of Viable but Nonculturable Cells (J.D. Oliver). Index.