By: FC Neidhardt, JL Ingraham and M Schaechter
520 pages, B/w photos & illus, figs, tabs
Physiology of the Bacterial Cell introduces the properties of bacteria that have led to their success as colonizers of this planet. The major theme of this book is the analysis of the molecular devices that have led to the unmatched ability of bacteria to grow rapidly in a variety of environments, to adapt quickly to changes in the surroundings, to withstand starvation and exposure to toxic agents and to compete successfully with other organisms.
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