It is a common statement that because of its simplicity the bacterial cell makes an ideal model for the study of a wide variety of biological systems and phenomena. While no-one would dispute that much of our under standing of biological function derives from the study of the humble bacterium, the concept of a simple life-form would be hotly disputed by any scientist engaged in the determination of the relationship between structure and function within the bacterial cell. Bacteria are particularly amenable to intensive ...

The Bacterial Cell Surface 1984, Springer, Dordrecht

ISBN-13: 9780709912675

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The Bacterial Cell Surface 1984, Croom Helm, Ltd.

ISBN-13: 9780916845025

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