2 edition of genetics of microbes found in the catalog.
genetics of microbes
Brian W. Bainbridge
Bibliography: p. 176-187 : Index.
|Statement||Brian W. Bainbridge.|
|Series||Tertiary level biology|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 193p. :|
|Number of Pages||193|
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Genetics of microbes by Bainbridge, Brian W. Publication Pages: can be learned with little to no biology background. Parts of the book are easy to read, while some parts are quite torturous.
Overall it is a decent book, but hopefully your professor will point out the important parts and skip that parts that are too technical. explanations are generally clear, but may take multiple readings to understand/5(46). Basic principles of microbial genetics Construction of genetic maps and the genetic code Recombination in bacteria Genetic analysis of bacteriophages Recombinant DNA technology Aspects of fungal genetics Molecular genetics of yeast Recent adances in the genetics of filamentous fungi The amount of DNA in the genome determines the maximum amount of information that it can encode.
Most bacteria have a haploid genome, a single chromosome consisting of a circular, double stranded DNA molecule. However linear chromosomes have been found in Gram-positive Borrelia and Streptomyces spp.
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Genetics of Bacterial Diversity focuses on the rapidly developing field of ""non-K"" bacterial genetics that is largely outside the scope of other texts. The book begins with an introductory chapter that outlines the phylogenetic relationships of bacteria and the range of metabolic, behavioral, and developmental phenomena displayed by them.
The smallest viruses have only a few genes; the largest viruses have as many as Genetically, however, viruses have many features in common with cells. Viruses are subject to mutations, the genomes of different viruses can recombine to form novel progeny, the expression of the viral genome can be regulated.
The Genetics Place Companion Website contains interactive iActivities and narrated animations that help readers visualize and understand processes and concepts that are illustrated in the book. Genetics: An Introduction, DNA: The Genetic Material, DNA Replication, Gene Control of Proteins, Gene Expression: Transcription,Gene Expression.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bainbridge, Brian W. Genetics of microbes. New York: Wiley, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors. Genetic Approaches in Bacteria with No Natural Genetic Systems The editors also cultivate an attention to global regulatory systems throughout the book, elucidating how certain genes and operons in bacteria, defined as regulons, network and cooperate to suit the needs of the bacterial cell.
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It is also essential reading for scientists in all fields of biology, many of whom depend upon the concepts and techniques covered in this book.
While providing a deep understanding of bacterial molecular genetics, the material is integrated with biochemical, genomic, and structural information to broaden understanding." "This new edition will be invaluable to anyone working in the field of microbiology, genetics, biochemistry, bioengineering, medicine, molecular biology, or biotechnology.
The fifth edition of this highly successful book provides students with an essential introduction to the molecular genetics of bacteria covering the basic concepts and the latest developments. It is comprehensive, easy to use and well structured with /5(12).
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Paul Falkowski recommends the best books on microbes. Description: Molecular Genetics of Bacteria is the single most comprehensive and authoritative textbook on bacterial molecular genetics.
Perfect for advanced undergraduate and graduate-level courses, the text presents the latest research on the subject in a clearly written and well-illustrated style.
The purpose of the book is to provide a glimpse into the dynamic process of genetic diversity of microorganisms by presenting the thoughts of scientists who are engaged in the generation of new ideas and techniques employed for the assessment of genetic diversity, often from very different by:.
InJoshua Lederberg founded the Department of Medical Genetics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. InJoshua Lederberg received the Nobel Prize and moved to Stanford University where he again became the founder and chairman of the Department of Genetics.Microbial genetics is a subject area within microbiology and genetic engineering.
Microbial genetics studies microorganisms for different purposes. The microorganisms that are observed are bacteria, and archaea. Some fungi and protozoa are also subjects used to study in this field. The studies of microorganisms involve studies of genotype and expression system.
Genotypes are the inherited. The fifth edition of this highly successful book provides students with an essential introduction to the molecular genetics of bacteria covering the basic concepts and the latest developments.
It is comprehensive, easy to use and well structured with clear two-colour diagrams throughout. Specific changes to the new edition include: More detail on sigma factors, anti-sigma Format: Paperback.