Microbial Phys. Textbook??

Dave Boone boone at ese.ogi.edu
Tue Oct 10 10:29:41 EST 1995

In article <199510091847.OAA04152 at hobbes.kzoo.edu> ogston at HOBBES.KZOO.EDU (Walter Ogston) writes:
>benedik at uh.edu (benedik at uh.edu) asks:
>> Does anyone have any favorite textbooks to recommend for a Microbial
>> Physiology class. I am looking for some new texts to consider. This is
>> a junior/senior level class with prerequisites of biochemistry and
>> basic micriobiology. 

I recently received the following book to review for JACS.  I haven't
completed the first complete reading, but it looks pretty good, it seems
to be at the correct level for you, it's recent and available in

Microbial Physiology, third ed.  1995.  Albert G. Moat and John W. Foster.
Wiley-Liss, Inc., 605 Third Ave., New York. ISBN 0-471-01295-5 (cloth) or
ISBN 0-471-01452-4 (paper).

dave boone
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