The Biology of Halophilic Bacteria
A book for anyone interested in halophilic bacteria
The Biology of Halophilic Bacteria presents detailed information regarding methods for working with halophilic bacteria. Helpful hints for performing various tests and assays in high salts are given, and information about data presentation and analysis is provided as well. The book will be useful to molecular biologists, biochemists, ecologists, and others interested in halophilic bacteria.
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Introduction to Saline Environments
Ecology of Extremely Halophilic Microorganisms
Ecology of Moderately Halophilic Bacteria
Growth and Nutrition of Halophilic Bacteria
Taxonomy of Halophilic Bacteria
Lipids of Extreme Halophiles
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