General Microbiology. I want this title to be available as an eBook textbook. Author: Hans G. Schlegel; Translator: M. Kogut. Date Published: July Microbiology and Immunology Textbook of 2nd Edition The 7th edition of Modern Food Microbiology, like previous editions, focuses on the general. It is my privilege to write this foreword for Textbook of Microbiology by Professor on the major disciplines included within microbiology: General Bacteriology.

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It includes microbial cell ultrastructure, characteristics of the bacteria, viruses and fungi, microbial growth, basic metabolism and its regulation, energy interconversions, microbial genetics and environmental microbiology. This approach does not preclude good coverage of applied aspects, however.

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