Structural and Functional Relationships in Prokaryotes

Structural and Functional Relationships in Prokaryotes

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This new textbook on bacterial physiology is aimed at senior level students pursuing a one-semester course in the biology or microbiology curriculum. The text takes a balanced view of prokaryotic physiology, discussing both bioenergetics and bacterial metabolism in a way that establishes general principles and concepts and emphasizes throughout the information gained from model systems. The book also covers some experimental design issues, giving students an appreciation of the practical aspects and consequences of bacterial metabolism. It also stimulates studentsa€™ interests in future developments in the field by including discussions by five world-famous bacterial physiologists about future developments in the field.Organisms in the French press are subjected to 20, 000 psi, and as the pressurized bacterial cell suspension is slowly ... Isolation of Prokaryotic Cell Structures15 It is difficult if not impossible to use one sample to isolate each of the cellanbsp;...

Title:Structural and Functional Relationships in Prokaryotes
Author:Larry Barton
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2005-01-01


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