2 edition of Molecular biology of archaea found in the catalog.
Molecular biology of archaea
|Statement||edited by Felicitas Pfeifer,Peter Palm, Karl-Heinz Schleifer.|
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Archaean (är-kē′ən) adj. Variant of Archean. archaean (ɑːˈkɪən) n (Biology) any member of the Archaea, a domain of prokaryotic microorganisms, distinguished from bacteria on molecular phylogenetic grounds and often found in hostile environments, such as volcanic vents and hot springs Archaean (ɑːˈkiːən) or Archean adj (Geological. Authors: Klug W.S., et al.. The first best genetics textbook in this listing is the 12th edition of a very popular genetics textbook. This book is one of the best genetics textbooks that is intended for undergraduate students and covers the main concepts and ideas of Genetics, as well as more current research and discoveries.
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The book spans archaeal evolution, physiology, and molecular and cellular biology and will be an essential reference for both graduate students and researchers. Author Bios Roger A. Garrett is a Professor at Copenhagen University, where he leads the Danish Archaea Center. Apart from the invited main speakers, all other participants have to book their accommodation for themselves.
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tba; tba; tba. Archaea Molecular and Cellular Biology First Printing Edition. by RICARDO CAVICCHIOLI (Author) out of 5 stars 5 ratings. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book Cited by: The book spans archaeal evolution, physiology, and molecular and cellular biology and will be an essential reference for both graduate students and researchers.
About the Author Roger A. Garrett is a Professor at Copenhagen University, where he leads the Danish Archaea Center.5/5(1). This path-breaking book fully describes the molecular cell biology of the archaea in one accessible and readable volume.
With twenty-three chapters by the world’s leading experts, this book emphasizes each author’s individual research expertise, while also being a. The book spans archaeal evolution, physiology, and molecular and Molecular biology of archaea book biology and will be an essential reference for both graduate students and researchers.
About the Author Roger A. Garrett is a Professor at Copenhagen University, where he leads the Danish Archaea Center.
Molecular Biology, Third Edition, provides a thoroughly revised, invaluable resource for college and university students in the life sciences, medicine and related fields.
This esteemed text continues to meet the needs of students and professors by offering new chapters on RNA, genome defense, and epigenetics, along with expanded coverage of. Archaea, the third domain of life, are significant microorganism models in understanding fundamental aspects of molecular biology.
Since the archaeal informational system shares many eukaryal features, structure–function studies using Archaea as models have largely contributed to our understanding of many eukaryotic cellular processes.
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Since their discovery as a separate domain by Carl Woese, Archaea have been a goldmine for unexpected discoveries. The classification of archaea, and of prokaryotes in general, is a rapidly moving and contentious field. Current classification systems aim to organize archaea into groups of organisms that share structural features and common ancestors.
These classifications rely heavily on the use of the sequence of ribosomal RNA genes to reveal relationships between organisms (molecular phylogenetics).Domain: Archaea, Woese, Kandler & Wheelis, The book brings together recent knowledge concerning general metabolism, bioenergetics, molecular biology and genetics, membrane lipid and cell-wall structural chemistry and evolutionary relations, of the three major groups of archaea: the extreme halophiles, the extreme thermophiles, and the Edition: 1.
Archaea, among the earliest forms of life dating back billions of years, are single-celled organisms that can survive in extreme conditions. Provides a thorough survey of the field from its controversial beginnings to its ongoing expansion to include aspects of eukaryotic biology.
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archaea. Class of prokaryotes that constitutes one of the three distinct evolutionary lineages of modern-day organisms; also called archaebacteria and archaeans. These prokaryotes are in some respects more similar to eukaryotes than to the so-called true bacteria. Molecular Biology of the Cell is the classic in-depth text reference in cell biology.
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Written in clear and concise language, and illustrated with original drawings, the Book Edition: 4th. Archaea; molecular and cellular biology. by Rick Cavicchioli. ASM Press pages $ Hardcover. Archaea: molecular and cellular biology. [Rick Cavicchioli;] This new volume focuses on the cell biology of archaea.
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Periodicals of interest. Archaea; molecular and cellular biology. Proteomics of microbial pathogens. Mitochondria practical protocols. Annual review of plant biology; v. Get this from a library. Molecular biology of Archaea: based on the Symposium Molecular Biology of Archaea, MayMunich.
[Felicitas Pfeifer; Peter Palm; Karl H Schleifer;]. Throughout the well referenced text the emphasis is on emerging topics in specific fields providing the reader with a vision of the future in the expanding world of Archaea. Essential reading for all archaea researchers and everyone with an interest in prokaryote molecular and cellular biology.
A recommended book for all microbiology libraries. The twenty-three chapters in this book covers essential background on the molecular and cellular biology of archaea, focuses on the discoveries of the twenty-first century and concludes with a view of what is expected to arise in the next five years.
The core of this book, chapters 3 to 18, describes the key cellular processes such as DNA replication, transcription, translation, lipids and Cited by: The functionality of the plasma membrane is essential for all organisms.
Adaption to high growth temperatures imposes challenges and Bacteria, Eukarya, and Archaea have developed several mechanisms to cope with these. Hyperthermophilic archaea have earlier been shown to synthesize tetraether membrane lipids with an increased number of cyclopentane moieties at higher growth .Introduced by Crafoord Prize winner Carl Woese, this volume combines reviews of the major developments in archaeal research over the past 10 15 years with.