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Fundamental and applied aspects of bacterial spores
|Statement||edited by G.W. Gould, A.D. Russell and D.E.S. Stewart-Tull.|
|Contributions||Gould, G. W., Russell, A. D., Stewart-Tull, D. E. S.|
Bacterial endospores are dormant structures produced by stressed bacterial cells. Due to their intrinsic resistance, endospores are perfect vehicles for causing infection. A number of endospore-producing bacteria can cause diseases, including tetanus, anthrax, and botulism. Other spore-forming species have been used in biotechnological applications, such as 5/5(1). Bacterial spores store information about the individual growth history of their progenitor cells, thus retaining a "memory" that links the different stages of .
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Bacterial spores are the most resistant and dormant forms of life on earth. Therefore, they are of great fundamental interest. They are the targets for inactivation in some of the largest food and pharmaceutical industries on earth, and are of great practical importance.
Many research groups around the world have attempted to unravel the spores mechanisms of resistance, dormancy. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on an International Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Bacterial Spores, held Sept. at the University of Cambridge, England; under the auspices of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies and the U.K.
Society of Applied Bacteriology. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Based on an International Symposium on "Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Bacterial Spores," held Sept.at the University of Cambridge, England; arranged and sponsored by the Federation of European Microbiological Societies with the U.K.
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The study of bacterial spores spans biosecurity to ecology. The first articles describing the sporulation process were published by Robert Koch and Ferdinand Cohn in the late 19th century. Although most of the work accomplished in the past 50 years has focused on the model organism Bacillus subtilis, more recent work significantly expanded the scope of sporulation research to.
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Topics covered include gene regulation of sporulation, fruiting body development in Myxococcus xanthus, sporulation in Streptomyces, structure and composition of the bacterial spore, mechanisms of spore survival, germination of spores, spore peptidoglycan degradation.
Book review Full text access Fundamental and applied aspects of bacterial spores: Edited by G. Dring, D. Ellar & G. Gould. Academic Press, London, ISBN Price: £ (hardback). Bacterial Spores: Structure, Importance and examples of spore forming bacteria Ap Acharya Tankeshwar Bacteriology, Microbiology for Beginners 7 Bacterial spores are highly resistant, dormant structures (i.e.
no metabolic activity) formed in response to adverse environmental conditions. Language: English ISBN: (alk. paper), (alk. paper) LCCN: MeSH: Spores, Bacterial* Publication Type(s): Congresses Notes: Based on an International Symposium on Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Bacterial Spores, held Sept.
at the University of Cambridge, England; under the auspices of the. Bacterial spores are known more correctly as. endospores, since they are produced within the cell and only released upon the death of the cell. Endospores are dormant and will only germinate to produce a vegetative cell when conditions are suitable for bacterial growth.
Bacterial spores are very resistant to heat, alkali, acid. Fundamental and applied aspects of bacterial spores G. Dring, Grahame Warwick Gould, D. Ellar, Federation of European Microbiological Societies. Brown, K.L. () Heat resistant thermophilic anaerobe isolated from composted forest bark, in Fundamental and Applied Aspects of Bacterial Spores, eds G J.
Dring, D.J. Ellar and G.W. Gould, Academic Press, London, pp. - Google ScholarCited by: 1. Quorum sensing (QS) is a specific type of regulation of gene expression in bacteria; it is dependent on the population density.
QS systems include two obligate components: a low-molecular-weight. An endospore is a dormant, tough, and non-reproductive structure produced by some bacteria and archaea in the phylum Firmicutes.
The name "endospore" is suggestive of a spore or seed-like form (endo means within), but it is not a true spore (i.e., not an offspring).It is a stripped-down, dormant form to which the bacterium can reduce itself.
Bacterial endospores are dormant structures produced by stressed bacterial cells. Due to their intrinsic resistance, endospores are perfect vehicles for causing infection.
A number of endospore-producing bacteria can cause diseases, including tetanus, anthrax, and : Ernesto Abel-Santos. Start studying Chapter 10 & Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Description: viis, s p.: ill. Language: English MeSH: Spores, Bacterial* Publication Type(s): Congresses Notes: Supplement to Journal of applied bacteriology ; v.
Based on a meeting held at the University of Nottingham on JulyIncludes bibliographical references and index.
NLM ID: [Book]. conditions. However, bacterial spores in general are extremely resistant to heat, cold and chemical agents.
For example, some bacterial spores can survive in boiling water ( °F or °C) for more than 16 hours, but vegetative cells (same organisms in the vegetative state and the non-spore-forming bacteria) Size: 2MB. Fundamentals of Applied Microbiology focuses on uses of major societal importance, enabling an in-depth analysis of these critically important applications.
Some, such as wastewater treatment, have changed only modestly over time, others, such as directed molecular evolution, or 'green' chemistry, are as current as today's headlines.A process that destroys all microorganisms with the exception of bacterial spores High-level disinfection An item that comes in contact with nonintact skin or intact mucous membranes, such as a flexible fiberoptic sigmoidoscope.FUNDAMENTAL AND APPLIED ASPECTS OF BACTERIAL-SPORES - PREFACE covers the whole book; in random tests I found no errors of commission and few of 1 (1, pp) comprises two parts.