It is too tiny to be seen with the naked eye.
Professor Jeremy Dale - University of Surrey - Guildford
Microbes are the oldest form of life on Earth. Some types have existed for billions of years. They may live as individuals or cluster together in communities. Microbes live in the water you drink, the food you eat, and the air you breathe. This lively and engaging book provides the basics of microbiology, in a contemporary context. It will be equally useful for students across the biological, environmental and health sciences, and for the curious reader wanting to learn more about this fascinating subject.
Environmental Engineering and Management Journal
Jeremy W. A highly-readable, concise introduction to the basics of microbiology placed in the context of the very latest developments in molecular biology and their impact on the microbial world. Numerous real-world examples range from how cows digest grass to the role of microbes in cancer and the impact of climate change Well-illustrated in full colour throughout.
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Written by an Author with a proven track record in teaching, writing and research. Permissions Request permission to reuse content from this site. Also, the book gives interesting information about the lessons from nature and presents excellent and suggestive illustrations.
Summing Up: Highly recommended. Lower- and upper-division undergraduates and general readers.
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