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Academic & Professional Books  Ecology  Ecological Theory & Practice

Microbial Ecology Organisms, Habitats and Activities

By: H Stolp
270 pages, Illus
Microbial Ecology
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  • Microbial Ecology ISBN: 9780521276368 Paperback Aug 1988 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

Concentrates on the ecological aspects of microbial life covering a wide variety of topics including structure, behaviour, growth, dispersal, interactions and how microbes act as symbionts and pathogens.

Contents

List of figures; Preface; 1. Introduction; 2. The microbial world: a brief introductory review; 3. Characterization and occurence of the major groups of microorganisms; 4. The natural environments of microorganisms; 5. Structure, behaviour and growth of microorganisms as related to the environment; 6. Dispersal of microorganisms and development of microbial populations; 7. Interactions; 8. Microbial activities of ecological significance; 9. Methods used for the study of microorganisms in their natural environments: a guide to pertinent literature; Epilogue; Index.

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By: H Stolp
270 pages, Illus
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I looked forward with anticipation to the publication of this textbook for a number of years and was not disappointed. BioScience
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