The physiology and biochemistry of prokaryotes David White.

By: White, DavidMaterial type: TextTextLanguage: English Publication details: New York : Oxford University Press, 2007Edition: 3rd edDescription: xix, 628 p. : ill. ; 26 cmISBN: 0195301684 (cloth : alk. paper); 9780195301687Subject(s): Prokaryotes | Microbial metabolism | Bacteria | Archaea | Prokaryotic CellsDDC classification: 571.293
Contents:
Structure and function. -- Growth and cell division. -- Membrane bioenergetics: the proton potential. -- Electron transport. -- Photosynthesis. -- The regulation of metabolic pathways. -- Bioenergetics in the cytosol. -- Central metabolic pathways. -- Metabolism of lipids, nucleotides, amino acids, and hydrocarbons. -- Macromolecular synthesis. -- Cell wall and capsule biosynthesis. -- Inorganic metabolism. -- Metabolism. -- Fermentations. -- Homeostasis. -- Solute transport. -- Protein transport. -- Microbial development and physiological adaptation: varied responses to environmental cues and intercellular signals. -- How bacteria respond to environmental stress.
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Structure and function. -- Growth and cell division. -- Membrane bioenergetics: the proton potential. -- Electron transport. -- Photosynthesis. -- The regulation of metabolic pathways. -- Bioenergetics in the cytosol. -- Central metabolic pathways. -- Metabolism of lipids, nucleotides, amino acids, and hydrocarbons. -- Macromolecular synthesis. -- Cell wall and capsule biosynthesis. -- Inorganic metabolism. -- Metabolism. -- Fermentations. -- Homeostasis. -- Solute transport. -- Protein transport. -- Microbial development and physiological adaptation: varied responses to environmental cues and intercellular signals. -- How bacteria respond to environmental stress.

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