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Modern methods in the study of microbial ecology

Modern methods in the study of microbial ecology

proceedings of a symposium. Editor: Thomas Rosswall.

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Published by Statens naturvetenskapliga forskningsråd] in [Stockholm .
Written in English

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  • Microbial ecology -- Technique -- Congresses

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    SeriesBulletins from the Ecological Research Committee, 17
    ContributionsRosswall, Thomas, International Association of Microbiological Societies. Commission on Microbial Ecology, International Biological Programme. Swedish National Committee, Sweden. Statens naturvetenskapliga forskningsråd. Ecological Research Committee
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQR100 M62
    The Physical Object
    Pagination511p.
    Number of Pages511
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19926449M

    The book will be of beneficial for both present and future colleagues, who teach, study and working in the field of microbial ecology, aquatic ecology, environmental pollution, agriculture ecology Author: Pawan Kumar Bharti. @article{osti_, title = {Ecology, Microbial}, author = {Konopka, Allan}, abstractNote = {Microbial ecology is a relatively young discipline within the field of microbiology. Its modern history spans just the past 60 years, and the field is defined by its emphasis on understanding the interactions of microbes with their environment, rather than their behavior under artificial laboratory.

      INTRODUCTION. In recent years there has been an explosion in microbial ecological research, which is reflected in broad-scale research projects such as the Human Microbiome Project and the Earth Microbiome Project, as well as in the peer-reviewed literature (e.g. Boers, Jansen and Hays ).Recent rapid technological advances, including next-generation sequencing, (meta)genomics, Cited by: Principles of Microbial Ecology 3 2. Microbial Food Webs 21 3. Biofilms 37 4. Microbial Mats 43 Strategic Approaches to the Study of Microbial Ecology 15 Modern microbial ecology had its origins in the s, in the study of the rumen ecosystem by Robert Hungate and his.

    The microbial community of soil is a keystone of the function and structure of soil, which may be characterized from one system to the next by its size, composition and activity. The soil microbial biomass has been defined as the part of the organic matter in soil that constitutes living microorganisms smaller than 5–10 μm by: 2.   "Microbial Diversity is an excellent introduction to its subject, heralding a revolution now begun in microbiology and ecology." Edward O. Wilson, University Professor Emeritus, Harvard University “Microbial Diversity is a text that has been needed for years. The scholarly approach to this exciting and current topic by Oladele Ogunseitan.


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