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By David C. Sigee

ISBN-10: 0511525478

ISBN-13: 9780511525476

ISBN-10: 0521350646

ISBN-13: 9780521350648

ISBN-10: 052161967X

ISBN-13: 9780521619677

Bringing jointly bacterial constitution and serve as, taxonomy, environmental microbiology, induction and improvement of plant illness, molecular genetics and illness regulate, Dr Sigee unifies the sector, whilst emphasising interesting advancements in cellphone and molecular biology. The publication is written in a transparent and concise demeanour, illustrated with a number of tables, diagrams and pictures.

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The specimen, which may be a whole bacterial cell or a cell in section, is irradiated by an electron beam (the electron probe) and the energy spectrum of emitted X-rays is analysed both qualitatively (assessment of detectable elements) and quantitatively (determination of mass fractions). A discussion of specimen preparation and microscope procedures is given by Sigee et al. (1985). Fig. 9 shows a characteristic X-ray emission spectrum taken from a whole air-dried cell of Pseudomonas syringae and has clear peaks of P, S, Cl, K, Ca and various transition metals.

6 Diagrammatic representation of lipopolysaccharide (LPS) molecule in the outer membrane of a Gram-negative bacterium. The lipid component of the molecule (lipid A) is typically a glucosamine disaccharide with associated fatty acids. The polysaccharide component comprises an inner core region and an outer region (Ospecific side-chain) which is composed of repeating units of short and mostly branched oligosaccharides. ide (next to the membrane) and an outer region of polysaccharide (the 'Ospecific chain').

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