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By Patricia H. Clarke (auth.), Edward R. Leadbetter, Jeanne S. Poindexter (eds.)

Any department of biology relies for its growth at the improvement of latest techniques and to a lesser, yet occasionally an important, quantity at the removing of misguided notions. realizing the jobs of micro organism required first the statement that such minute creatures existed, and for this reason the exper­ imental demonstrations that their presence was once helpful for the incidence of specific phenomena. during this first quantity, the authors overview the improvement of clinical realizing of the function of microbes as brokers of numerous common tactics. particularly absent is a separate assessment of the historical past of microbes as brokers of affliction, a his tory to be had in lots of different courses. unfortunately absent is a evaluate of the his tory of microbes as brokers of inorganic variations, a major omission that resulted from the affliction of the potential writer past due within the coaching of this quantity. the subject will in fact be taken care of in later volumes, even supposing now not predominantly in a ancient demeanour. in a different way, the emphasis during this quantity is at the historical past of figuring out interrelationships among modes of bacterial lifestyles and the inanimate surroundings. those relationships have been demonstrated lengthy be fore multicellular, differentiated or­ ganisms seemed as power microbial habitats, and their acceptance and elucidation contributed significantly to the widened appreciation of bacterial di­ versity and the significance of those easier creatures to the physiochemical stipulations of the biosphere.

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This gas is absorbed extensively and oxidized by their cells and is converted into sulfur granules. These lauer are in turn degraded and sulfuric acid is excreted. The second group are able to oxidize iron salts and their life is also dosely connected with the presence of these compounds in their nutrient medium. He proceeded to describe the nitrifiers and how it was essential to exclude organie matter from the culture medium. Since the only sources of carbon in the medium were carbon dioxide and carbonates, it was possible for hirn to conclude that the cell carbon was obtained from carbon dioxide (Brock, 1961).

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Studies of structure and biochemical activities had revealed fundamental differences between prokaryotes and eukaryotes (Stanier, 1964), but it looked for a time as if there might be universality of the genetic code and of genetic structure and function. Because of the body of knowledge about the bacterial genetic systems, it was possible to test this hypothesis. The discovery of introns in the genes of higher organisms and some other molecular differences brought back the concept of the separateness of bacteria.

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