Modern Microbial Genetics (2ND)

Modern Microbial Genetics (2ND)

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 657 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780471386650
  • DDC分類 579.135

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In accordance with its predecessor, the completely revised and expanded Second Edition of Modern Microbial Genetics focuses on how bacteria and bacteriophage arrange and rearrange their genetic material through mutation, evolution, and genetic exchange to take optimal advantage of their environment. The text is divided into three sections: DNA Metabolism, Genetic Response, and Genetic Exchange. The first addresses how DNA replicates, repairs itself, and recombines, as well as how it may be manipulated. The second section is devoted to how microorganisms interact with their environment, including chapters on sporulation and stress shock, and the final section contains the latest information on classic exchange mechanisms such as transformation and conjugation.Chapters include:* Gene Expression and Its Regulation* Single-Stranded DNA Phages* Genetic Tools for Dissecting Motility and Development of Myxococcus xanthus* Molecular Mechanism of Quorum Sensing* Transduction in Gram-Negative Bacteria* Genetic Approaches in Bacteria with No Natural Genetic Systems The editors also cultivate an attention to global regulatory systems throughout the book, elucidating how certain genes and operons in bacteria, defined as regulons, network and cooperate to suit the needs of the bacterial cell. With clear appreciation for the impact of molecular genomics, this completely revised and updated edition proves that Modern Microbial Genetics remains the benchmark text in its field.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Preface to the First Edition ix
Introduction xi
Contributors xiii
Section 1: DNA METABOLISM 1 (258)
Prokaryotic DNA Replication 3 (24)
William Firshein
DNA Repair Mechanisms and Mutagenesis 27 (20)
Ronald E. Yasbin
Gene Expression and Its Regulation 47 (38)
John D. Helmann
Bacteriophage Genetics 85 (42)
Burton S. Guttman
Elizabeth M. Kutter
Bacteriophage λ and Its Relatives 127 (18)
Roger W. Hendrix
Single-Stranded DNA Phages 145 (32)
J. Eugene LeClerc
Restriction-Modification Systems 177 (50)
Robert M. Blumenthal
Xiaodong Cheng
Recombination 227 (16)
Stephen D. Levene
Kenneth E. Huffman
Molecular Applications 243 (16)
Thomas Geoghegan
Section 2: GENETIC RESPONSE 259 (126)
Genetics of Quorum Sensing Circuitry in 261 (12)
Pseudomonas aeruginosa: Implications for
Control of Pathogenesis, Biofilm Formation,
and Antibiotic/Biocide Resistance
Daniel J. Hassett
Urs A. Ochsner
Teresa de Kievit
Barbara H. Iglewski
Luciano Passador
Thomas S. Livinghouse
Timothy R. McDermott
John J. Rowe
Jeffrey A. Whitsett
Endospore Formation in Bacillus subtilis: An 273 (8)
Example of Cell Differentiation by a Bacterium
Charles P. Moran Jr.
Stress Shock 281 (8)
Uldis N. Streips
Genetic Tools for Dissecting Motility and 289 (34)
Development of Myxococcus xanthus
Patricia L. Hartzell
Agrobacterium Genetics 323 (26)
Walt Ream
Two-Component Regulation 349 (12)
Kenneth W. Bayles
David F. Fujimoto
Molecular Mechanisms of Quorum Sensing 361 (24)
Clay Fuqua
Matthew R. Parsek
Section 3: GENETIC EXCHANGE 385 (218)
Bacterial Transposons---An Increasingly 387 (42)
Diverse Group of Elements
Gabrielle Whittle
Abigail A. Salyers
Transformation 429 (34)
Uldis N. Streips
Conjugation 463 (44)
Ronald D. Porter
The Subcellular Entities a.k.a. Plasmids 507 (54)
Michael H. Perlin
Transduction in Gram-Negative Bacteria 561 (20)
George M. Weinstock
Genetic Approaches in Bacteria with No 581 (22)
Natural Genetic Systems
Carolyn A. Haller
Thomas J. DiChristina
Index 603