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Microbial Ecology free pdf This is a completely new text and reference book for the growing field of microbial ecology that concisely yet comprehensively covers traditional issues in ecology, as well as cutting-edge content. This book provides: information boxes in each chapter to highlight specific microbial ecology issues of particular interest- a glossary and key words and a selected reading list for each chapter- mini case studies addressing activities of micro-organisms in specific environments- and, chapter-end exercises to promote critical thinking.

About Larry L. Barton

Larry L. Barton studies the physiological activities ofenvironmentally important microorganisms, focusing on energetics ofbacterial inorganic metabolism and bacterial bioremediation. Larryhas been the instructor of the course in General Microbiology forover 30 years. The author of five previous books, he was thefounding editor and the initial editor-in chief of theinternational journal Anerobe, begun in 1995 and now published byAcademic Press. Most recently, he published a college textbook onbacterial physiology.

Diana E. Northup investigates the microorganisms thatinhabit caves throughout the world. Her research was featured onthe Nova episode, "Mysterious Life of Caves." Within the Departmentof Biology at UNM, she gives lectures, directs undergraduatestudents in research, supervises a postdoctoral fellow, and,currently, she is mentoring a doctoral student in microbial ecologyof a cave in southern New Mexico.


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Author : Larry L. Barton
Publisher : Wiley-Blackwell (an imprint of John Wiley
Data Published : 12 July 2010
ISBN : 0470048174
EAN : 9780470048177
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 608 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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