Volume 8 2006

Nucleic Acids and Proteins in Soil

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ISBN: 978-3-540-29448-1 (Print) 978-3-540-29449-8 (Online)

Table of contents (18 chapters)

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    Pages 1-22

    New Frontiers in Soil Microbiology: How To Link Structure and Function of Microbial Communities?

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    Pages 23-48

    Chemical Structure of Organic N and Organic P in Soil

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    Pages 49-73

    Nucleic Acid Extraction from Soil

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    Pages 75-94

    Role of Stabilised Enzymes in Microbial Ecology and Enzyme Extraction from Soil with Potential Applications in Soil Proteomics

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    Pages 95-115

    Soil Proteomics: Extraction and Analysis of Proteins from Soils

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    Pages 117-139

    The Various Sources and the Fate of Nucleic Acids in Soil

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    Pages 141-157

    Stabilization of Extracellular DNA and Proteins by Transient Binding to Various Soil Components

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    Pages 159-188

    Assessing Bacterial and Fungal Community Structure in Soil Using Ribosomal RNA and Other Structural Gene Markers

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    Pages 189-203

    Advances in Microarray-Based Technologies for Soil Microbial Community Analyses

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    Pages 205-216

    Stable Isotope Probing: A Critique of Its Role in Linking Phylogeny and Function

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    Pages 217-255

    Gene Detection, Expression and Related Enzyme Activity in Soil

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    Pages 257-311

    Enzyme Activities in Soil

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    Pages 313-330

    How to Assess the Abundance and Diversity of Mobile Genetic Elements in Soil Bacterial Communities?

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    Pages 331-353

    Bacterial Conjugation in Soil

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    Pages 355-373

    Horizontal Gene Transfer by Natural Transformation in Soil Environment

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    Pages 375-395

    Reporter Genes in Bacterial Inoculants Can Monitor Life Conditions and Functions in Soil

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    Pages 397-419

    Reporter Gene Technology in Soil Ecology; Detection of Bioavailability and Microbial Interactions

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    Pages 421-447

    Marker Genes As Tools To Study Deliberately Released Soil Bacteria