Bacteriophage ecology : population growth, evolution, and impact of bacterial viruses [E-Book] / edited by Stephen T. Abedon.
Abedon, Stephen T., (editor)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008
1 online resource (xviii, 508 pages)
englisch
9780511541483
9780521858458
Advances in molecular and cellular microbiology ; 15
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Table of Contents:
  • Preface; 1. Phage, ecology, evolution Stephen T. Abedon; Part I. Phage Ecology: 2. Bacteriophage: models for exploring basic principles of ecology Benjamin Kerr, Jevin West and Brendan J.M. Bohannan; 3. Phage population growth: constraints, games, adaptation Stephen T. Abedon; 4. Impact of spatial structure on phage population growth Stephen T. Abedon and John Yin; 5. Contribution of lysogeny, pseudolysogeny, and starvation to phage ecology Robert V. Miller and Martin J. Day; Part II. Phage Evolutionary Biology: 6. Phage evolutionary biology Siobain Duffy and Paul E. Turner; 7. Phage evolution Roger W. Hendrix; 8. Evolutionary ecology of multiple phage adsorption and infection Paul E. Turner and Siobain Duffy; 9. Patterns in phage experimental adaptation J.J. Bull; Part III. Phage Ecology in Environments: 10. Aquatic phage ecology T. Frede Thingstad, Gunnar Bratbak and Mikal Heldal; 11. Phage ecology of terrestrial environments Martin J. Day and Robert V. Miller; 12. Phage, bacteria, and food Lawrence D. Goodridge; 13. Interaction of bacteriophages with animals Carl R. Merril; 14. Phage ecology of bacterial pathogenesis Paul Hyman and Stephen T. Abedon; Part IV. Modeling Phage Ecology: 15. Modeling bacteriophage population growth David Stopar and Stephen T. Abedon; 16. Modeling phage plaque growth Stephen M. Krone and Stephen T. Abedon; 17. Modeling of bacteriophage therapy Jason J. Gill.