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Computer Assisted Bacterial Systematics

Author : Gerard Meurant
ISBN : 9780080984445
Genre : Science
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Computer-Assisted Bacterial Systematics examines the theoretical basis of numerical taxonomy and its impact on microbial classification and identification. In addition to the principles of numerical taxonomy, computer-assisted identification and the stability of classifications are discussed, along with cladistics and the evolution of proteins. The impact of computer-assisted methods on the systematics of different bacteria and on the description of microbial populations in natural habitats is also considered. Comprised of 16 chapters, this book begins with an introduction to the origins of modern numerical taxonomy, with emphasis on the collaboration between P. H. A. Sneath and R. R. Sokal as well as the controversy concerning optimality criteria in numerical taxonomic research. Subsequent chapters deal with cladistics and the evolution of proteins; computer-assisted analysis of data from cooperative studies on mycobacteria; numerical analysis of various types of chemical data using multivariate statistics; and the value of non-hierarchical methods in bacterial taxonomy. The final chapter considers the future of numerical taxonomy and the shape of things to come. This monograph will be of interest to students, practitioners, and researchers in fields ranging from microbiology to biochemistry and bacteriology.

Advances In Microbial Ecology

Author : John Gwynfryn Jones
ISBN : 9781461528586
Genre : Medical
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Kevin Marshall is a hard act to follow. Volume 13 of Advances in Microbial Ecology has been produced by a new editorial board, and we, the members of that board, are delighted to have the opportunity to pay tribute to Kevin's achievements. In his time as Series Editor, the quality of the chapters submitted and the range of subject matter covered have ensured an expanding and more stimulated readership. This represents a considerable achievement, given the growth in the number of review volumes and the increasing tendency for journals to publish review articles. The achievement was reached not only through metic ulous attention to quality and detail but also by providing a forum for the expression of views, information, and results that would stimulate discussion. Advances in Microbial Ecology will continue to provide such a focus, although, because of the frequency of publication, it would not be practicable to introduce a "reply" or "comment" section. Although we do not deliberately aim to provide a forum for controversy, we encourage speculation based on sound scientific arguments. In addition, we would like to encourage authors to offer chapters for consideration. In the past, the volumes have largely comprised invited chapters. With the best will in the world, an editorial board of four cannot claim adequate coverage of such a vast and rapidly developing research area. We would there fore welcome submission of outline plans for chapters, which should be sent to the Editor.

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Biodiversity

Author : PRABODH K. MAITI
ISBN : 9788120343801
Genre : Science
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Biodiversity is the variety of life in a given range. The world today is under tremendous threat of unprecedented loss of biodiversity. Issues like global warming, environmental pollution, recurrent natural calamities, etc. are of major concern for scientists all over the world. This comprehensive text provides a complete coverage of the subject. Beginning with a detailed introduction of biodiversity, its meaning, history and importance, the text discusses the topics such as species diversity, systematics, determination of the status of bioresources, pattern of distribution of global species, genetic biodiversity and ecosystem biodiversity. Proceeding further, the book gives an elaborate account on various drivers that lead to biodiversity loss and the impact of this loss on the global climate. This book also covers the topics of biopiracy and various laws and policies associated with it. Finally, the text describes the importance of indigenous knowledge of several communities that provide clues for biodiversity conservation. The use of biotechnology based methods and various measures to preserve natural resources and conserve biodiversity is the highlight of the text. This book is primarily designed for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of Environmental Science, Zoology and Botany. Besides, it will also be useful to the students pursuing P.G. Diploma or other professional and technical courses in Environmental Science. The text is of immense use to academicians, researchers and for all those who have concern for the environmental issues including its conservation. KEY FEATURES : Illustrated profusely with numerous photographs, flow charts and diagrams. Incorporates a number of tables to acquaint the readers with a quick view of data related to biodiversity. Provides review questions at the end of every chapter to help students check their understanding of the subject. Explains the contemporary topics like green accounting, sustainable management of natural resources, etc. in an easy to understand manner. Gives an elaborate glossary of technical terms to acquaint the students with the terminologies associated with the subject.

Biodiversity Perception Peril And Preservation

Author : MAITI, PRABODH K.
ISBN : 9788120353046
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Biodiversity is the variety of life in a given range. Today, the world is under tremendous threat of unprecedented loss of biodiversity. Issues like global warming, environmental pollution, recurrent natural calamities and human population rise are of major concern for scientists all over the world. The second edition of the book covers a complete range of the topics pertaining to the subject such as meaning of biodiversity, its history, importance of species diversity, systematics, determination of status of bioresources, pattern of distribution of global species, genetic diversity and ecosystem diversity. It also elaborates on various drivers that lead to biodiversity loss and its impact on global climate. Moreover, the topics on biopiracy, related laws and policies, and the importance of indigenous knowledge of several communities are also described in the text. The use of biotechnology-based methods and various measures to preserve natural resources and conserve biodiversity is the highlight of the text. Moreover, the book provides a detailed account of the conservation measures of biodiversity, especially those implemented by the government. This book is primarily designed for the undergraduate and postgraduate students of Environmental Science, Zoology and Botany. Besides, it will also be useful for postgraduate diploma or other professional courses in Environmental Science and also for the researchers. NEW TO THE SECOND EDITION • ‘Project Tiger’ and ‘Project Elephant’ are introduced in the chapter on Conservation Practice. • Various sections have been revised and updated throughout the book. • A few figures have been added and many others have been replaced for better illustration. KEY FEATURES • Explains the contemporary topics such as green accounting and sustainable management of natural resources in an easy-to-understand manner. • Incorporates a number of photographs, flow charts, diagrams and tables. • Provides chapter-end review questions to help students check their understanding of the subject. • Includes MCQs (with answers given at the end of the book). • Gives an elaborate glossary of technical terms to acquaint the students with the related terminologies.

New Horizons In Nitrogen Fixation

Author : Rafael Palacios
ISBN : 9789401724166
Genre : Science
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In order to understand a process as complex as nitrogen fixation and to be in a position to manipulate it for the benefit of mankind, researchers are now working at the frontiers of science in many different areas: protein structure and function; catalytic mechanisms; electron transfer processes; regulatory circuits and environmental sensing; metabolic integration; chemical communication between organisms; differentiation; genome structure and function; microbial ecology; plant physiology; plant molecular biology; and agronomy. This volume represents a testimony to the advances in nitrogen fixation research that have been made and the contribution of these efforts to the solution of many other varied scientific problems. Limiting steps for future advances are analyzed and new horizons in nitrogen fixation research are proposed.

Microbial Phylogeny And Evolution

Author : Jan Sapp
ISBN : 0198037775
Genre : Science
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The birth of bacterial genomics since the mid-1990s brought withit several conceptual modifications and wholly new controversies. Working beyond the scope of the neo-Darwinian evolutionary synthesis, a group of leading microbial evolutionists addresses the following and related issues, often with markedly varied viewpoints: ? Did the eukaryotic nucleus, cytoskeleton and cilia also orginate from symbiosis? ? Do the current scenarios about he origin of mitochondria and plastids require revision? ? What is the extent of lateral gene transfer (between "species") among bacteria? ? Does the rDNA phylogenetic tree still stand in the age of genomics? ? Is the course of the first 3 billion years of evolution even knowable?

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