Amann, Rudolf Life Strategies of Microorganisms in the Environment and in Host Organisms

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Viele Prokaryoten (Bakterien wie Archaeen) in Wasser, Boden oder Wirtsorganismus zeigen häufig spezifische, hoch entwickelte Anpassungen zur Nutzung des umgebenden Milieus als Energie- und Nährstoffquelle sowie als Überlebensraum. Bei prokaryotischen Organismen spielen sich die Anpassungen an die abiotische oder biotische Umgebung fast nur auf der Ebene des Stoffwechsels und der molekularen bzw. makromolekularen Strukturen und Wechselwirkungen ab. Auf dieser Ebene zeigen sich tatsächlich typisch prokaryotische Leistungen: eine Nutzu869ng „ungewöhnlicher“ Energiequellen, grundlegende Syntheseleistungen, enzymatische Katalysen, Anpassungen an extreme Verhältnisse, wie hohe Temperaturen, Kolonisations- und Invasionsmechanismen, und Regulationsvorgänge.Der Band behandelt die Rolle von Mikroorganismen in den globalen Elementkreisläufen, wie z. B. dem Schwefelstoffwechsel, dem Methanstoffwechsel, der Kohlendioxidfixierung oder der Ammoniakoxidation, Symbiosen mit Bakterien-Eukaryoten-Interaktionen auf der Grundlage von Schwefel- oder Stickstoffstoffwechsel, Modelle zum prokaryotischen Ursprung von Organellen in Eukaryoten sowie die Beteiligung von Mikroorganismen an Infektions- und Pathogenitätsvorgängen.

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Publikationsdatum 15.08.2008
Untertitel Leopoldina Symposium. Deutsche Akademie der Naturforscher Leopoldina in Collaboration with the Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Bremen and the University of Bremen. Bremen April 5 to 8, 2006
Titel Life Strategies of Microorganisms in the Environment and in Host Organisms
Bindungsform Paperback
Höhe 240
Breite 170
Gewicht 270
Illustrationstext 10 schw.-w. u. 12 farb. Abb., 1 schw.-w. Tab.
Seitenanzahl 112
Autor(en) Amann, Rudolf
Goebel, Werner
Reinhold-Hurek, Barbara
Schink, Bernhard
Widdel, Friedrich
Kategorie Hardcover, Softcover / Naturwissenschaften allgemein
Pädiatrie
Biowissenschaften, Biologie
Biologie
Life Strategies
Microorganism
Bremen (2006)
Kongress
Mikroorganismus
Ökologie
Sprache eng
Verlagsname Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft
Beschreibung Viele Prokaryoten (Bakterien wie Archaeen) in Wasser, Boden oder Wirtsorganismus zeigen häufig spezifische, hoch entwickelte Anpassungen zur Nutzung des umgebenden Milieus als Energie- und Nährstoffquelle sowie als Überlebensraum. Bei prokaryotischen Organismen spielen sich die Anpassungen an die abiotische oder biotische Umgebung fast nur auf der Ebene des Stoffwechsels und der molekularen bzw. makromolekularen Strukturen und Wechselwirkungen ab. Auf dieser Ebene zeigen sich tatsächlich typisch prokaryotische Leistungen: eine Nutzu869ng „ungewöhnlicher“ Energiequellen, grundlegende Syntheseleistungen, enzymatische Katalysen, Anpassungen an extreme Verhältnisse, wie hohe Temperaturen, Kolonisations- und Invasionsmechanismen, und Regulationsvorgänge.Der Band behandelt die Rolle von Mikroorganismen in den globalen Elementkreisläufen, wie z. B. dem Schwefelstoffwechsel, dem Methanstoffwechsel, der Kohlendioxidfixierung oder der Ammoniakoxidation, Symbiosen mit Bakterien-Eukaryoten-Interaktionen auf der Grundlage von Schwefel- oder Stickstoffstoffwechsel, Modelle zum prokaryotischen Ursprung von Organellen in Eukaryoten sowie die Beteiligung von Mikroorganismen an Infektions- und Pathogenitätsvorgängen.
Bestellnummer 1307433
16517109
Veröffentlichungsdatum 22.08.2008
Zuletzt geändert am 08.10.2016

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