By: Richard H Kessin
385 pages, 53 line diagrams37 half-tones8 colour plates6 tables
Dictyostelia are soil amoebae capable of extraordinary feats of survival, motility, chemotaxis, and development. This book considers the evolution of this unique organism, analyses the special properties of the Dictyostelid genome, and presents in detail the methods available to manipulate their genes.
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