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Die ideale Einführung in die Bakteriologie für alle Studenten, die sich mit diesem Gebiet vertraut machen müssen! Verfasst von einem der bekanntesten Mikrobiologen der Gegenwart, führt das Buch die universelle Bedeutung der Bakterien für alle Lebensformen eindrucksvoll vor Augen.

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Die ideale Einführung in die Bakteriologie für alle Studenten, die sich mit diesem Gebiet vertraut machen müssen! Verfasst von einem der bekanntesten Mikrobiologen der Gegenwart, führt das Buch die universelle Bedeutung der Bakterien für alle Lebensformen eindrucksvoll vor Augen.

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A chemist by training, Gerhard Gottschalk received his PhD in microbiology in 1963 from the University of Göttingen, Germany, before becoming a post-doc at the University of California, Berkeley. In 1970 he was made a full professor for microbiology in Göttingen, where he also served as president between 1975 and 1976. He was a visiting professor in UC Davis in 1973 and UC Berkeley in 1979, and head of the Laboratory for Genome Analysis at the Institute of Microbiology and Genetics in Göttingen from 1999 to 2007. He has received numerous awards, including the Philip Morris Prize for cutting-edge technology, the Winogradsky Medal, the Emil von Behring Prize and the first class German National Medal of Honor. Professor Gottschalk is a member of the Göttingen Academy of Sciences, the German Academy of Sciences Leopoldina, an honorary member of the Israeli Society of Microbiology, and a fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology. He was president of All European Academies (ALLEA) from 1998 to 2000 and president of the Union of German Academies of Sciences and Humanities from 2003 to 2007.
Inhaltsangabe
Preface Prologue READING SECTION 1 Extremely small but incredibly active 2 Bacteria are organisms like you and me 3 My name is LUCA 4 From the Big Bang to LUCA 5 O2 6 Life in boiling water 7 Life in the Dead Sea 8 Bacteria and archaea are everywhere 9 The power of photosynthesis
even in almost complete darkness 10 Man and his microbes 11 Without bacteria there is no protein 12 Napoleon's victory gardens 13 Alessandro Volta's and George Washington's combustible air 14 Microbes as climate makers 15 How a state was founded with the aid of Clostridium acetobutylicum 16 Pulque
wine
and biofuel 17 Energy conservation from renewable resources 18 Cheese and vinegar 19 The periodic table of bioelements 20 Bacterial sex life 21 Bacteria can also catch viruses 22 Antibiotics: from microorganisms
against microorganisms 23 Plasmids and resistances 24 Agrobacterium tumefaciens
a genetic engineer par excellence 25 Eco R1 and PCR - molecular biology at its finest 26 Interbacterial relationships 27 From life as a nomad to life as an endosymbiont 28 Bacteria as production factories 29 Plants
animals
and humans as food resources of bacteria 30 Viruses
chemicals causing epidemics? 31 The "-omics" era 32 Incredible microbes Epilogue STUDY GUIDE Overview to the Study Guide Microbial growth Molecules that make up microbes Evolution
from the RNA world to the tree of life Archaea Bacterial diversity Membranes and energy Carbon metabolism Regulation of microbial metabolism Genomes
genes
and gene transfer In-depth study of four special topics Selected literature Glossary Subject index of figures and tables Index