Methanogenesis: Ecology, Physiology, Biochemistry & Genetics (Chapman & Hall Microbiology Series)

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Since the general recognition of the Archaebacteria, research into the evolution, metabolism, molecular biology and ecological roles of these fastidious anaerobes has proceeded at an ever-increasing pace. All possess a very novel biochemistry and many exploit unique ecological niches. Methanogens, which convert one-and-two carbon compounds into the important atmospheric gas methane, are the largest group among the Archaebacteria. Of all microbial groups, methanogens provide perhaps the best opportunity to study evolution because of their phyologenetic diversity and unique biochemistry. Today, the analysis of methanogens is at a threshold. Molecular-biological studies of these microorganisms are revealing more and more processes unique to this group, and in turn, studies of methanogens are providing new perspectives to the broader fields of biochemistry and molecular biology. This volume is the first book to be published on methanogenesis, and it will provide the reader with a comprehensive view of the field and point to future trends.

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The book is a must for microbiologists, biochemists and geneticists interested in methanogenesis and in archaeal microbes - Trends in Biochemical Sciences; it brings together authoritative and comprehensive descriptions of the biology of methanogenesis, the first book of its kind - Nature; The book is a must for microbiologists, biochemists and geneticists interested in methanogenesis and in archaeal microbes - Trends in Biochemical Sciences; it brings together authoritative and comprehensive descriptions of the biology of methanogenesis, the first book of its kind - Nature; A feast of information on every aspect referenced up to 1992 ... Essential reading for final year biochemists and microbiologists and for all those interested in the understanding and exploitation of these ancient phenotypes. - Journal Therm. Biology; it brings together authoritative and comprehensive descriptions of the biology of methanogenesis, the first book of its kind - Nature; A feast of information on every aspect referenced up to 1992 ... Essential reading for final year biochemists and microbiologists and for all those interested in the understanding and exploitation of these ancient phenotypes - Journal Therm. Biology; ...this is an excellent reference text, essential reading for all microbiologists working in this or related areas and a 'must' for all microbiology undergraduate and postgraduate libraries. - Society for General Microbiology

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