The Other End of the Microscope: The Bacteria Tell Their Own Story : a Fantasy

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ASM Press, 2002 - Science - 207 pages
A unique and fascinating look at the relationship between bacteria and humans, told from the bacteria's perspective. - Features clever sketches of a variety of microbes that provide information on their internal structure, niches and habitats, physiology, modes of survival, association with human diseases, and mechanisms of antibiotic resistance, all from the bacterial point of view. - Offers new insights into the activities of this hidden world, where microbes can ultimately protect themselves against virtually any natural or human-invented adversity. - Educates scientists, students and teachers, and the science-interested lay public.

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