Bacterial and Bacteriophage Genetics An Introduction

This book is intended for the student who is taking a first course in bacterial and bacteriophage genetics, rather than as a reference tool for the specialist. It presumes a knowledge of basic biology as weIl as familiarity with general genetics. Extensive knowledge of microbiology, although helpful...

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Main Author: Birge, E. A.
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer New York 1981, 1981
Edition:1st ed. 1981
Series:Springer Series in Microbiology
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Summary:This book is intended for the student who is taking a first course in bacterial and bacteriophage genetics, rather than as a reference tool for the specialist. It presumes a knowledge of basic biology as weIl as familiarity with general genetics. Extensive knowledge of microbiology, although helpful, is not essen­ tial for a good understanding of the material presented herein. In order to develop the basic concepts of bacterial and bacteriophage genetics in a volume of reasonable size, I have endeavored to avoid the stricdy molecular approach as weIl as the thoroughly comprehensive treatment characteristic of review articles. For simplification and continuity, therefore, I have dealt primarily with Escherichia coli and its phages, except where other bacteria can better illustrate a particular point. This should not, however, be construed to imply that only E. coli is worthy of study. Rather , it is my hope that students will be able to generalize from the principles presented in this book to the specific bacterial systems which may be of more direct interest to them
Physical Description:XVI, 359 p. 35 illus online resource
ISBN:9781475717495