552 pages, B/w photos, figs, tabs
Tackles biodiversity and microbial life from a molecular standpoint and covers physiological and metabolic diversity, microbial life in terrestrial, marine and extreme environments, microbial symbioses, and how microrganisms are used in biotechnology.
."..memorizing bacterial taxa or biochemical pathways in the absence of an evolutionary framework leaves much to be desired. If you or your students would be more enthusiastic if this were done in association with evolutionary concepts...then you will enjoy learning more about the latest research?this book is an excellent place to start." ("The Quarterly Review of Biology", Vol. 77, No. 3, September 2002)
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