Recent Progress in Microbiology VIII: Symposia Held at the VIII International Congress for Microbiology Montreal, 1962
This important volume presents the symposia and panel discussions held at the VIII International Congress for Microbiology, Montreal, 1962. The topics reported on include: Structure and Function ("Membrane Permeation"; "Properties of Isolated Cellular Particles"); Agricultural Microbiology ("Insect Microbiology"; Psychrophilic Microorganisms"; "Enzymes in Soils"; "Effect of Chemical and Biological Control Measures on Soil Micro-organisms"); Industrial Microbiology ("Genetics Applied to Industrial Microbiology"; "Microbial Production of Amino Acids"; "Evolutionary Operation and Horizons in Industrial Microbiology"); Virology ("Mechanisms of Immunity in Infectious Diseases"; "Interference and Interferon"; "Demonstrations of Viruses in Neoplasia"); Medical and Veterinary Microbiology ("Pleuropneumonia-like Organisms as Agents of Human and Animal Diseases"; "The Virulence of Staphylococci"); general subjects ("Microbial Classification"; "Influence of the Environment on the Epidemiology of Mycoses").
The contributors are experts from nineteen countries and all continents except Africa. The volume provides an up-to-date account of international developments in microbiology.
- Series: Heritage
- World Rights
- Page Count: 756 pages
- Illustrations: 7
- Dimensions: 6.0in x 0.0in x 9.0in
Author InformationN.E. Gibbons was head of the Division of Applied Biology, National Research Council, Canada, and Secretary General of the International Association of Microbiology Societies.
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