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Edited By: Richard P Oliver and Michael Schweizer
388 pages, 23 b/w photos, 99 line illus, 6 tabs
Focuses on new developments in molecular and cell biology and presents examples of how these approaches are solving long-held and fascinating problems in areas as diverse as animal and plant pathology, protein expression and evolution.
' ! this is one of the best ! summaries which step ahead of the orthodox and provide modern overviews ! It deserves to be read and taken note of.' Neil A. R. Gow, University of Aberdeen, Microbiology Today ' ! there is much of relevance and interest in this book, and it will have value as 'recommended reading' at various levels of teaching !' Trends in Microbiology ' ! a valuable source of information and a good presentation of scientific progress in various mycological fields.' Mycological Research
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