1 edition of Genetics of micro-organisms. found in the catalog.
Genetics of micro-organisms.
Written in English
|Series||British medical bulletin, v. 18 -- no. 1|
|LC Classifications||QR6 G4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||88|
Michael T. Madigan received his B.S. in Biology and Education from Wisconsin State University-Stevens Point () and his M.S. () and Ph.D. () in Bacteriology from the University of Wisconsin–Madison in the laboratory of Thomas Brock.. Kelly S. Bender received her B.S. in Biology from Southeast Missouri State University () and her Ph.D. () in Molecular . Impacts of Applied Genetics—Micro-Organisms, Plants, and Animals neering. In fermentation technology, living or-ganisms serve as miniature factories, convert-ing raw materials into end products. In enzyme technology, biological catalysts extracted from those living organisms are used to make the products. Fermentation industries.
The field of the genetics of micro-organisms that developed in Brazil was especially due to a new triad of workers: Darcy Fontoura de Almeida, (), which is a book reviewing all aspects of South Amerindian genetics and evolution in depth. Molecular genetics and genomics (–present) Cited by: 1. Experimental Biology with Micro-organisms: Students' Manual talks about micro-organisms and examines facts and different relevant studies. The first part of the book discusses handling, culturing, and observing a micro-organism; this part also explains the importance of such practices when dealing with the said Edition: 1.
The Online Books Page Impacts of Applied Genetics: Micro-Organisms, Plants, and Animals. ogies to micro-organisms; these were studied in three industries: pharmaceutical, chemical, and food. Classical genetics continue to play the major role in plant and animal breeding but new genetic techniques are of ever-increasing importance. This report identifies and discusses a number of issues and options for the Con-gress, such as.
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