Microbial Phys. Textbook??

Dave Knaebel knaebel at uidaho.edu
Thu Oct 12 11:14:53 EST 1995


In article <45blc3$11i6 at ds2.acs.ucalgary.ca>, "Michael F. Hynes" <hynes at acs.ucalgary.ca> says:
>
>I find "phyisiology of the bacterial cell, a molecular approach" by 
>Neidhardt, Ingraham and Schaechter to be quite good, though far from 
>perfect. I have a 1990 edition and don't know whether there is a newer 
>one. Check with Sinauer, the publishers. 
>
>I haven't actually taught a microbial physiology course using this text, 
>but the course in our dept. uses Gottschalk, and the students in the 
>course who have borrowed the aobve book from me vastly prefer it to 
>Gottschalk.  
>

I recently purchased "The physiology and biochemistry of Prokaryotes" by David
White of Indiana University (Oxford press, 1995) and find it a joy to read. It
has excellent references and notes section and study questions for upper level
undergrads / starting graduate students. I have Gottschalk, but find this one 
more readable. 

Dave Knaebel
U of Idaho (soon to be Clarkson University)
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