Bacterial Physiology and Metabolism

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Bacterial Physiology and Metabolism by Byung Hong Kim

The study of bacterial physiology and metabolism has significance beyond the understanding of bacteria themselves. Because bacteria are abundant, easily grown, and relatively simple in cellular organization, they are ideal for the study of basic life processes and thus have been used extensively in biological research Fig.

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