Molecular Microbial Ecology Manual Including: Supplement 3
This manual provides general information about molecular techniques relevant to molecular ecological research. Attention is paid to the use of molecular methods for studying the fate of genetically modified and native micro-organisms in the environment.
- Loose-leaf | 240 pages
- 231.1 x 251.5 x 63.5mm | 929.88g
- 14 Apr 1998
- Kluwer Academic Publishers
- United States
Table of contents
Direct ribosome isolation from soil, A. Felske, et al; genotyping of bacterial isolates from the environment using Low-Molecular-Weight RNA fingerprints, M.G. Hofle; in situ PCR methodologies for visualization of microscale genetic and taxonomic diversities of prokaryotic communities, Feng Chen, et al; characterization of the diversity of ecologically important microbes by rep-PCR genomic fingerprinting, J.L.W, Rademaker, et al; denaturing gradient gel electrophoresis (DGGE) in microbial ecology, G. Muyzer; extraction of proteins from aquatic environments, O.A. Ogunseitan; detection of microbes by laser confocal microscopy, A. Hartmann, et al; in situ hybridization to detect microbial RNA in plant tissue, Katharina Pawlowski, et al; siderophore receptor as a marker to track fluorescent pseudomonas spp., P.A.H.M. Bakker, et al; the celB marker gene, A. Sessitsch, et al; GFP as a marker gene, A. Unge, et al.