Bacteria in Nature: Structure, physiology, and genetic adaptability

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Edward R. Leadbetter, Jeanne Stove Poindexter
Springer, Jan 1, 1989 - Medical - 391 pages
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The third of ten volumes considering bacteria as a distinct type of organism rather than simply as a bane or boon to humanity. Draws largely on the study of pure cultures in laboratories to present basic information on cellular organization, physiological capabilities, and genetic systems, and to co

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Necessity of Organelles
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Discrete Organelles within the Cytoplasm
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