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Genetics and regulation of nitrogen fixation in free-living bacteria / edited by Werner Klipp ... [et al.]
Dordrecht ; Boston : Kluwer Academic Publishers, c2004
book jacket
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Subject(s) Nitrogen-fixing microorganisms
Nitrogen -- Fixation
Nitrogen -- Metabolism -- Regulation
Bacterial genetics
Physical Description xix, 300 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents Historical perspective: development of nif genetics and regulation in Klebsiella pneumoniae / R. Dixon -- Genetics of nitrogen fixation and related aspects of metabolism in species of azotobacter: history and current status / C. Kennedy and P. Bishop -- Nitrogen fixation in the clostridia / J.-S. Chen -- Regulation of nitrogen fixation in methanogenic archaea / J.A. Leigh -- Nitrogen fixation in heterocyst-forming cyanobacteria / T. Thiel -- N2 fixation by non-heterocystous cyanobacteria / J.R. Gallon -- Nitrogen fixation in the photosynthetic purple bacterium rhodobacter capsulatus / B. Masepohl, T. Drepper and W. Klipp -- Post-translational regulation of nitorgenase in photosynthetic bacteria / S. Nordlund and P.W. Ludden -- Regulation of nitrogen fixation in free-living diazotrophs / M.J. Merrick -- Molybdenum uptake and homeostatis / R.N. Pau -- Electron transport to nitrogenase: diverse routes for a common destination / K. Saeki -- Prospects / J.R. Gallon and B. Masepohl
Series Nitrogen fixation ; v. 2
Alternate Author Klipp, Werner

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