5 edition of Molecular Tools for Screening Biodiversity found in the catalog.
December 31, 1997
Written in English
|Contributions||A. Karp (Editor), D.S. Ingram (Editor), Peter G. Isaac (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||528|
Free-living nitrogen-fixing prokaryotes (diazotrophs) are ubiquitous in soil and are phylogenetically and physiologically highly diverse. Molecular methods based on universal PCR detection of the nifH marker gene have been successfully applied to describe diazotroph populations in the environment. However, the use of highly degenerate primers and low-stringency amplification Cited by: Book. TOC. Actions. Share. Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology I: This method is now used in laboratories across the globe to study microorganism diversity and for isolating novel medical and industrial compounds. Handbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology is the first comprehensive two-volume reference to cover unculturable microorganisms.
'Staff publications' is the digital repository of Wageningen University & Research 'Staff publications' contains references to publications authored by Wageningen University staff from onward. Publications authored by the staff of the Research Institutes are available from onwards. Full text documents are added when : C. van de Wiel, B. Vosman. Molecular screening tools for human Blastocystis carriage. The extensive genetic diversity of Blastocystis was clearly and independently substantiated by Clark and Böhm-Gloning et al., in [26,47] Pairwise genetic distances among some of the STs amount to at least %, and this situation has made the design of genus-specific primers applicable to fecal DNA template .
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Molecular Tools for Screening Biodiversity: Plants and Animals th Edition. Molecular Tools for Screening Biodiversity: Plants and Animals. th Edition. by A. Karp (Editor), D.S. Ingram (Editor), Peter G. Isaac (Editor) & 0 more. out of 5 stars 1 rating.
ISBN /5(1). Mark Chase There are many literature resources available to molecular biologists wishing to assess genetic variation, but the myriad of techniques and approaches potentially available to the plant breeder and the evolutionary biologist is truly bewildering, and most have never been evaluated side-by-side on the same sets of : Springer Netherlands.
About this book Introduction Mark Chase There are many literature resources available to molecular biologists wishing to assess genetic variation, but the myriad of techniques and approaches potentially available to the plant breeder and the evolutionary biologist is truly bewildering, and most have never been evaluated side-by-side on the same sets of samples.
Molecular Tools for Screening Biodiversity by A. Karp,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Molecular Tools for Screening Biodiversity 4/5(2). This volume is designed to facilitate this sort of multiple approach and provides comparative data on most currently available methods so that researchers can more intelligently select those appropriate to their area of interest, regardless of whether it is in the realm of breeding or evolutionary lar Tools for Screening Biodiversity: Plants and Animals (Paperback)Brand: A Karp; D S Ingram; Peter G Isaac.
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Topics covered are: (1) DNA extraction (4 chapters); (2) basic screening methods (7 chapters); (3) sources of probes and primers (4 chapters); (4) data. from book Molecular Tools for Screening Biodiversity: Plants and Animals (pp).
MOLECULAR TOOLS FOR SCREENING BIODIVERSITY Molecular Tools for Screening Biodiversity, Plants and Animals, Angela Karp, Peter G. Isaac and David S. Ingram (eds.), Chapman & Hall, London,pp., hardcover, ISBN Written by distinguished experts in the field, this unique.
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DNA barcoding, based on a fragment of cytochrome c oxidase I (COI) mtDNA, is as an effective molecular tool for identification, discovery, and biodiversity assessment for most animals. Author: J. Larry Jameson; Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media ISBN: Category: Science Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» Within the framework of clinical internal medicine, they will gain critical knowledge of the many powerful molecular biology-based developments now so rapidly enhancing our understanding of the pathophysiology of disease.
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Fully updated, it explains the human genome project and how the sequence will change medicine. Tools being developed to target functional variation are described in subchapter 3 Overview of molecular techniques This section describes the most important molecular techniques currently being utilized and developed for the assessment of genetic diversity, and for targeting functional variation.
Box 73File Size: KB. This paper is an overview of the diverse, predominantly molecular techniques, used in assessing plant genetic diversity. In recent years, there has been a significant increase in the application of molecular genetic methods for assessing the conservation and use of plant genetic resources.
Molecular techniques have been applied in the analysis of specific genes, as well as to Cited by: booktitle = "Molecular tools for screening Biodiversity: Plants and Animals", publisher = "Chapman & Hall", van de Wiel, C & Vosman, BMolecular analysis of genetic variation in Lactuca.
in A Karp, PG Isaac & DS Ingram (eds), Molecular tools for screening Biodiversity: Plants and Animals. In OctoberIPGRI organized a small workshop on the use of molecular techniques in the conservation of plant genetic resources.
One area of discussion was the considerable range of different molecular techniques available and the ways in which they could best be used.Tools for molecular diversity generation and screening. Directed evolution is a powerful method for optimizing biosynthetic pathways and requires molecular tools for generating and screening diversity (Figure 1c).
Tools for generating diversity at the single-gene level, such as error-prone PCR, DNA shuffling, saturation mutagenesis, and site Cited by: 9.We use a rapid molecular screening approach on Arabian demosponge collections and analyze results in comparison against published material in terms of biodiversity.
We use a variable region of 28S rDNA, applied for the first time in the assessment of demosponge molecular by: