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Microbial Ecology: Current Advances from Genomics, Metagenomics and Other Omics.


Microbial Ecology: Current Advances from Genomics, Metagenomics and Other Omics

Edited by Diana E. Marco

Caister Academic Press


125 pages




Molecular biologists, microbial ecologists, and related researchers look at new understandings of microbial ecology that have emerged from the new meta-omics approaches. They cover patterns, processes, and mechanisms in microbial ecology: contributions from the omics; contamination issues in microbiome sequencing studies; molecular methods to study microbial succession in soil; insular microbiogeography: three pathogens as exemplars; the contribution of metagenomics to the understanding of microbial processes in Antarctic and Sub-Antarctic coastal sediments; and wildlife microbial genomics and endocrinology. Distributed in the US by Ingram Content Group. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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