Archaea: Molecular and Cellular Biology

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Ricardo Cavicchioli
ASM Press, 2007 - Medical - 523 pages
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This new volume focuses on the cell biology of archaea. Individual chapters cover essential background information, examine the most recent discoveries, and conclude with thoughts on future research directions in the field. Presents a comprehensive, state–of–the–art review of the archaea Includes an opening chapter written by Carl Woese that examines the history of the archaea movement Describes key cellular processes, such as DNA replication, transcription, translation, lipids, and metabolism Provides an overview of the ecology and physiological diversity of the archaeal world Discusses biotechnological and biomedical applications of archaea and their cellular products.

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