Pseudomonas volume 7 collects some of the most relevant and
emerging issues in the biology of these microorganisms, and a number of other
important issues that were not collected in the previous volumes.
The first six volumes of the Pseudomonas series covered the biology of
pseudomonads in a wide range of contexts, including the niches they inhabit,
the taxonomic relations among its members of this group, the molecular biology
of gene expression in different niches and under different environmental
conditions, the analysis of virulence in plants, animal and human pathogens, as
well as the determinants that make some of these strains of interesting for
This seventh volume covers the following topics:
The history of the biology of Pseudomonas
The use of Pseudomonas as biological agents
New trends in the molecular biology of these microorganisms
Pseudomonas and the immune system of insects and animals
This book will be of use to researchers working on these bacteria,
particularly those studying medical aspects of Pseudomonas, and their use as a
means to control pathogens or to stimulate plant growth. This volume is
also interesting for those studying the physiology, genetics, molecular biology
of Pseudomonas and those using novel-omics approaches to understand
bacteria of the genus Pseudomonas.
Number of pages: 316
Weight: 6746 g
Dimensions: 235 x 155 x 19 mm
Edition: 2015 ed.
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