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Microbiology and Virology

The Microbiology and Virology titles at Cambridge Scholars Publishing comprise a wide range of original scientific research on some of the leading subject areas, including microorganisms and their relationship to the earth, microbes, vaccinations, the cultivation of viruses and their genetics and the classification of these viruses. These books will be important to microbiologists and virologists alike, as well as researchers in parallel fields.

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Environmental Contamination and Remediation

This book provides an account of the major environmental contaminations present today, and offers detailed insights into their potential remediation through bio-based solutions. Bringing together the work of various international experts in this field, it contains comprehensive reviews on the mechanisms of bioremediation. Moreover,...
£61.99

Metabolic Flexibility in Candida albicans

This book presents the latest modern techniques used to understand the pathogenic yeast Candida albicans and its physiology, especially in terms of its growth. It provides fascinating information allowing the reader to explore and understand why Candida albicans is different compared to non-pathogenic yeast such as Saccharomyces ce...
£61.99

Good Hygiene Practices and Their Prevention of Biofilms in the Food Industry

This book highlights the importance of hygiene in the food industry with regard to biofilms, which can be found on the contact materials of various food production facilities, including bakery, brewing, seafood processing, and dairy and meat processing. Good hygiene practices in such facilities can prevent microbial niches and harb...
£58.99

Emerging Concepts in Bacterial Biofilms

The ability to form biofilms is a universal attribute of bacteria. Bacteria are able to grow on almost every surface, forming these architecturally complex communities. In biofilms, the cells grow in multicellular aggregates, encased in an extracellular matrix produced by the bacteria themselves. They impact humans in many ways, an...
£73.99

The H5N1 Virus

This book is the first study of its kind that reveals the social justice linkages between three unique characteristics of the highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1 virus: namely, veterinary scourge, public health contagion fear, and potential bioterrorist weapon. With its extensive referencing, it will be invaluable for scholars o...
£58.99

The Discoveries and Artistic Talents of Édouard Chatton and André Lwoff, Famous Biologists

This book explores the life, work and careers of two lovers of marine biology and protists, Edouard Chatton (1883-1947) and his exceptional pupil André Lwoff (1902-1994), later a Nobel Prize winner. Offering descriptions of their discoveries and explanations of their artistic talents, it also presents (annotated in numbers for the ...
£61.99

Global Implications of the Nitrogen Cycle

Nitrogen constitutes 78% of the Earth’s atmosphere and inevitably occupies a predominant role in marine and terrestrial nutrient biogeochemistry and the global climate. Callous human activities, like the excessive industrial nitrogen fixation and the incessant burning of fossil fuels, have caused a massive acceleration of the nitro...
£67.99

On Noise! Philosophy – Art – Organization

This book explores the obnoxious behavior and movements of noise. However, what is noise? What is it doing to us and to our world? How can we live and move with noise? How do we produce and distribute our own noise? These questions and many more are discussed through a philosophical investigation of noise.Starting off from the stat...
£61.99