Microbiology of Atypical Environments, Vol 45. Methods in Microbiology

  • ID: 4540042
  • Book
  • 210 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Microbiology of Atypical Environments, Volume 45 presents a comprehensive reference text on the microbiological methods used to research the basic biology of microorganism in harsh, stressful and sometimes atypical environments (e.g. arctic ice, space stations, extraterrestrial environments, hot springs and magnetic environments). Chapters in this release include Biofilms in space, Methods for studying the survival of microorganisms in extraterrestrial environments, Persistence of Fungi in Atypical (Closed) Environments Based on Evidence from the International Space Station (ISS): Distribution and Significance to Human health, Methods for visualizing microorganisms in Icy environments, Measuring microbial metabolism at surface-air interfaces and nuclear waste management, amongst others.

  • Contains both established and emerging methods
  • Provides excellent reference lists on the topics covered
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1. Biofilms in space Robert J. McLean 2. Methods for studying the survival of microorganisms in extraterrestrial environments Karen Olsson-francis 3. Persistence of Fungi in Atypical (Closed) Environments Based on Evidence from the International Space Station (ISS): Distribution and Significance to Human health Adriana Blachowicz 4. Methods for visualising microorganisms in Icy environments Jay Nadeau 5. Measuring microbial metabolism at surface-air interfaces and nuclear waste management Gideon Wolfaardt 6. Isolating microorganisms from hot and mineral springs of the Baikal Rift Zone Natalia L Belkova 7. Methods to study magnetotactic bacteria and magnetosomes Lei Yan 8. Methods to study water borne pathogens in water and shellfish Indran i Karunasagar 9. Molecular methods for studying microorganisms from atypical environments Surajit Das 10. Microorganisms from subaerial rock and material surfaces: on the way from applied microbiology to molecular biology and genetics Anna A. Gorbushina 11. New methods for studying the taxonomy of the bacteria of the oral cavity Stuart Dashper 12. Aqueous methods for extraction/recovery of macromolecules from microorganisms of atypical environments Mohammed Gagaoua 13. Methods for cryo-electron microscopy of extremely halophilic microbes Harald Engelhardt 14. The use of NextGen sequencing technology and bioinformatics tools to explore diversity and predictive functions of microbial communities in Antarctic extreme ecosystems Asim Bej
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