3 edition of Extremophiles, Volume 35 (Methods in Microbiology) found in the catalog.
August 18, 2006
by Academic Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Fred Rainey (Editor), Aharon Oren (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||838|
Immunological Methods in Microbiology, Volume 47 in the Methods in Microbiology series, highlights new advances in the field, with this new volume presenting interesting chapters on Immunological Techniques in the Clinical laboratory, Immunologic Diagnosis of HIV and Opportunistic Infections, Combining Antigen Detection and Serology for the Diagnosis of Selected Infectious Diseases. An extremophile is an organism that thrives under "extreme" conditions. The term frequently refers to prokaryotes and is sometimes used interchangeably with Archaea. In this module, however, you will find that extremophiles come in all shapes and sizes, and that our understanding of the phylogenetic diversity of extreme habitats increases daily.
For more information of e-book and Print Volume(s) order, EXTREMOPHILES CONTENTS VOLUME I Extremophiles: Basic Concepts 1 Charles Gerday, Laboratory of Biochemistry, University of Liège, Belgium 1. Introduction 2. Effects of Extreme Conditions on . A wide variety of extreme environments is known to exist on Earth, including those characterized by, for example, physical conditions such as extreme temperatures and pressures and chemical conditions such as salinity, acidity, or alkalinity. These environments are different from the preferred.
Extremophiles: A Guide to Microbes That Live on the Edge Conan The Bacterium takes extremophiles to a different level. Yes there is a bacterium nicknamed this because of its hardiness. Extremophiles: A Guide to Microbes That Live on the Edge | Bioenergy Connection See more. Volume 35, , Pages A famous example of extremophile-based biotechnology is the Taq polymerase used for the amplification of DNA in the polymerase chain reaction. and other types of extremophiles. It is the goal of this book to provide the community of microbiologists who already are active in the field, as well as those who Cited by: 7.
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May 23, · This latest volume in the Methods in Microbiology series provides an overview of the methods used for the isolation, cultivation and handling of a wide variety of extremophiles, both at the stage of their isolation from natural samples and in pure culture.
It contains protocols specific for work with extremophiles, as well as adaptations of “standard” microbiology protocols modified to Book Edition: 1. This latest volume in the Methods in Microbiology series provides an overview of the methods used for the isolation, cultivation and handling of a wide variety of extremophiles, both at the stage of their isolation from natural samples and in pure culture.
It contains protocols specific for work with extremophiles, as well as adaptations of “standard microbiology protocols modified to enable Author: Fred Rainey. Extremophiles, Volume 35 (Methods in Microbiology) by Fred Rainey, Aharon Oren and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at shareholderdemocracy.com Sep 12, · Extremophiles: Volume 35 by Fred Rainey,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(1).
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Extremophiles features original research articles, reviews, and method papers on the biology, molecular biology, structure, function, and applications of microbial life at the edges of survivability.
Conditions covered include high or low temperature, pressure, acidity, alkalinity, salinity, or desiccation; or in the presence of organic solvents, heavy metals, normally toxic substances, or.
"Extremophiles, edited by two leading experts in the field, provides an overview of the methods used for the isolation, cultivation, handling and study of a wide variety of extremophiles, both at the stage of their isolation from natural samples and in pure culture.
Volume 35, Pages iii-xvi,C1-C20 () Download full volume. Show all chapter previews Show all chapter previews. Receive an update when the latest chapters in this book series are published. Sign in to set up alerts. select article Editorial Page 34 Applications of Extremophiles: The Industrial Screening of Extremophiles for.
zymes from extremophiles—dubbed “extremozymes”—can potentially elim-inate the need for those added steps, thereby increasing efﬁciency and reduc-ing costs.
They can also form the basis of entirely new enzyme-based processes. Perhaps 20 research groups in the U.S., Japan, Germany and elsewhere are now actively searching for.
The Extremophiles Handbook brings together the rapidly growing and often scattered information on microbial life in the whole range of extreme environments. This book will be a useful reference for finding clues to the origin of life and for exploring the biotechnology potential of these fascinating organisms.
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This latest volume in the Methods in Microbiology series provides an overview of the methods used for the isolation, cultivation and handling of a wide variety of extremophiles, both at the stage of their isolation from natural samples and in pure culture.
It contains protocols specific for work with extremophiles, as well as. An extremophile (from Latin extremus meaning "extreme" and Greek philiā (φιλία) meaning "love") is an organism with optimal growth in environmental conditions considered extreme in comparison to the environmental conditions that are comfortable to humans.
In contrast, organisms that live in more moderate environmental conditions, according to an anthropocentric view, may be termed. Extremophiles is a component of Encyclopedia of Biological, Physiological and Health Sciences in the global Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), which is.
In this special issue review articles summarize the most outstanding features of microorganisms that can survive under extreme conditions. These microorganisms are adapted to living at ° C in volcanic springs, at low temperatures in the cold polar seas, at high pressure in the deep sea, at very low and high pH values (pH or pH ), or at very high salt concentrations (35%).
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The vast majority of extremophiles are microbes, mainly archaea and bacteria, but also some eukaryotes. These microbes live under chemical and physical extremes that are usually lethal to cellular molecules, yet they manage to survive and even thrive.
Extremophiles have important practical uses. They are a valuable source of industrially-important enzymes, and recent research has revealed. Aug 07, · Extremophiles include members of all three domains of life, i.e., bacteria, archaea, and eukarya. Most extremophiles are microorganisms (and a high proportion of these are archaea), but this group also includes eukaryotes such as protists (e.g., algae, fungi Cited by: Current Issues in Molecular Biology (CIMB) Volume 35 Table of Contents.
Extremophile definition is - an organism that lives under extreme environmental conditions (as in a hot spring or ice cap). Did You Know?Dec 08, · The Extremophiles Handbook brings together the rapidly growing and often scattered information on microbial life in the whole range of extreme environments.
This book will be a useful reference for finding clues to the origin of life and for exploring the biotechnology potential of these fascinating organisms.Extremophiles thrive in ice, boiling water, acid, the water core of nuclear reactors, salt crys-tals, and toxic waste and in a range of other extreme habitats that were previously thought to be inhospitable for life.
Extremophiles include representatives of all three domains (Bacteria,Cited by: