By Gerhard Gottschalk (auth.)
This concise but entire textual content surveys the sector of bacterial metabolism in phrases worthwhile to scholars and researchers. Emphasis is on these metabolic reactions happening merely in micro organism. hence, the booklet describes intimately the power metabolism of a few of the teams of micro organism. moreover it examines pathways utilized by micro organism for the degradation of natural compounds, the synthesis of mobile consituents, the rules of bacterial metabolism and the fixation of molecular nitrogen. the overall association of the 1st version has been retained. notwithstanding, it's been completely revised and up-to-date in popularity of the fast growth of analysis during this box. Readers also will enjoy the elevated emphasis on membrane-associated techniques. From the evaluate of the second one version: "If there's a greater textbook in its fields, i am not conscious of it, and that i believe the e-book merits a spot at the shelf of any critical pupil of microbiology." -ASM information
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Bacterial Metabolism by Gerhard Gottschalk (auth.)