Table of Contents
The Significance of In Situ Activity on the
Efficiency of Monitoring Methods (C. Edwards).
Genotypic and Phenotypic Methods for the
Detection of Specific Released Microorganisms
(J. Saunders & V. Saunders).
In Situ Detection of Plasmid Transfer in the
Aquatic Environment (R. Pickup, et al.).
Composting as a Model System for Monitoring
the Fate of Genetically Manipulated
Gram-Positive Bacteria (W. Amner, et al.).
Extraction, Detection and Identification of
Genetically Engineered Microorganisms from
Soils (A. O'Donnell & D. Hopkins).
Gene Transfer in Terrestrial Environments and
the Survival of Bacterial Inoculants in Soil
(E. Wellington, et al.).
Mathematical Modeling of Genetically
Engineered Microorganisms in the Environment