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Aquatic microbial ecology. Biochemical and molecular approaches

By: Overbeck, J.
Contributor(s): Chrost, R.J., (editors).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Springer-Verlag 1990Description: x, 190p.Subject(s): Book | Chemistry | General microbiology, including biodeterioration | PlanktonSummary: The book presents applications of modern microbial research techniques to a range of topics, including origin and utilization of dissolved organic matter; function and ecological role of ectoenzymes; intracellular regulation of bacterial carbon metabolism; bacterial population dynamics, RNA chemotaxonomy of bacterial communities, and plasmids and adaptation to environmental conditions
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The book presents applications of modern microbial research techniques to a range of topics, including origin and utilization of dissolved organic matter; function and ecological role of ectoenzymes; intracellular regulation of bacterial carbon metabolism; bacterial population dynamics, RNA chemotaxonomy of bacterial communities, and plasmids and adaptation to environmental conditions

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