Fb2 The Benefits of Bacteria (Microlife) (Microlife) ePub
by Robert Snedden
|Category:||Schools and Teaching|
|Subcategory:||Teaching and Education|
|Publisher:||Heinemann Library; 2Rev Ed edition (March 27, 2007)|
|Fb2 eBook:||1439 kb|
|ePub eBook:||1279 kb|
|Digital formats:||azw mbr mobi lrf|
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Items related to The Benefits of Bacteria (Microlife). Robert Snedden The Benefits of Bacteria (Microlife). ISBN 13: 9780431094946. The Benefits of Bacteria (Microlife). The titles look at the history of the study of micro-organisms and infection, and what we can do to prevent it, as well as the helpful and harmful role of bacteria in our lives. Learn more about this copy.
Microlife introduces readers to the fascinating, unseen kingdoms of the microscopic world. Each title looks at the way in which bacteria. The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. This book has clearly been well maintained and looked after thus far.
48 pages : 27 cm. Discusses the beneficial uses of bacteria in applications ranging from brewing and baking to industry and sewage treatment. Includes bibliographical references (page 47) and index. Cleanup crew - Sewage disposal - Nitrogen cycle - Nitrogen conversions - Living with microbes - Mouth microbes - Fungal relationships - Yeast - Down at the dairy - Fermentation - Bioprospecting - Antibiotics - One against the other - Biological control - Genetic engineering - Gene therapy. Extreme enzymes - Biomining - Oil wells, biofilms and UMBs - Anti-pollution microbes.
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A microlife is a unit of risk representing half an hour change of life expectancy. Discussed by David Spiegelhalter and Alejandro Leiva, and also used by Lin et al. for decision analysis, microlives are intended as a simple way of communicating the impact of a lifestyle or environmental risk factor, based on the associated daily proportional effect on expected length of life.
Snedden, Robert, Scientists and Discoveries (Microlife), Very Good Book. Introduces readers to the world of micro-organisms, particularly bacteria and viruses. This series discusses the helpful and harmful role of bacteria in our lives
Snedden, Robert, Scientists and Discoveries (Microlife), Very Good Book. 20. 7 rub. + 47. 4 rub p&p. The Scientists Behind Living Things (Sci-Hi), Snedden, Robert, Used; Good Book. 17. 3 rub. + 40. Scientists and Discoveries (Microlife),Robert Snedden. 4 rub. + 39. This series discusses the helpful and harmful role of bacteria in our lives. It is suitable for children who are interested in germs and bugs and their life processes.
The cover may have some limited signs of wear but the pages are clean, intact and the spine remains undamaged. Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.
579 SNE Snedden, Robert. A world of microorganisms. The benefits of bacteria. Chicago : Heinemann Library, c2007. Contains microscopic images of bacteria and other microlife, and describes how some bacterias keep the body healthy. 57. MAN Manning, Shannon . 1971-. Escherichia coli infections.