By Elisabeth Sonnleitner, Nicolas González, Dieter Haas (auth.), Juan L. Ramos, Alain Filloux (eds.)
The 5 earlier volumes of Pseudomonas sequence coated the biology of pseudomonads in a large context, together with the niches they inhabit, the taxonomic kin between participants of this staff, the molecular biology of gene expression in several niches and lower than various environmental stipulations, the research of virulence characteristics in vegetation, animals and human pathogens in addition to the determinants that make a few traces worthy for biotechnological functions and promoting of plant growth.
Pseudomonas quantity 6 is meant to assemble new info on molecular microbiology, an infection and biodiversity. This 6th quantity covers the subsequent themes: transcription legislation, virulence regulate, body structure and metabolism, bacteriology, microbial genetics and genomics.
Pseudomonas quantity 6 might be of use to researchers engaged on those micro organism, quite these learning genomics, body structure, quorum sensing, lifestyles types, metabolism and so on. complicated scholars in biology, drugs and agronomy also will locate this quantity a worthy reference in the course of their studies.
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Pseudomonas: Volume 6: Molecular Microbiology, Infection and Biodiversity by Elisabeth Sonnleitner, Nicolas González, Dieter Haas (auth.), Juan L. Ramos, Alain Filloux (eds.)