Accessing Uncultivated Microorganisms
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Yayıncı American Society for Microbiology ( 04 / 2009 ) ISBN 9781555814069 | Ciltli | İngilizce | Türler Biyoloji-Genetik
Until the rise of environmental microbiology, and its attention to such issues as diversity, isolation and cultivation of microorganisms almost became a lost art. Even so, at present researchers can only cultivate a tiny fraction of the microorganisms in a given environment. This collection of 16 extended articles asks and answers questions about the cultivation process and its role in scholarship, including such issues as whether cultivation still matters, how researchers can determine microbial diversity, whether microbes can be cultured, and what approaches researchers need to learn to combine new cultivation and molecular approaches. Specific topics include new insights from culture-independent molecular studies of soil, the diversity of free-living protists, patterns in microbial diversity across space and time, metagenomics, new cultivation strategies, methods to study consortia and mixed cultures, microbial cell individuality, nanomechanical methods to study single cells, and single-cell genomics.