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To post a comment, request password: [mailto:microbewikiadmin@kenyon.edu MicrobeWiki].<br>
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You may also email the authors, [mailto:slonczewski@kenyon.edu Joan L. Slonczewski] and [mailto:jwfoster@jaguar1.usouthal.edu John W. Foster].<br><br>
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[http://biology.kenyon.edu/slonc/Micro/D489Mbio.pdf <b><i>Microbiology: An Evolving Science</i></b>] promotes a clear understanding of this rapidly advancing field.<br><br>
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An emphasis on current research, genomics, and molecular genetics enables students to learn how microbiologists think as they master the discipline’s founda-tional topics.<br><br>
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A stunning and consistently executed art program helps students visualize key microbiological processes and structures.

Revision as of 17:29, 3 December 2007

Bacterial cell model from Microbiology: An Evolving Science

Microbiology: An Evolving Science, by Joan L. Slonczewski and John W. Foster

Published by W. W. Norton & Co., February, 2008.

This page is a place for comments and corrections related to the textbook.
To post a comment, request password: MicrobeWiki.
You may also email the authors, Joan L. Slonczewski and John W. Foster.

Microbiology: An Evolving Science promotes a clear understanding of this rapidly advancing field.

An emphasis on current research, genomics, and molecular genetics enables students to learn how microbiologists think as they master the discipline’s founda-tional topics.

A stunning and consistently executed art program helps students visualize key microbiological processes and structures.