By Kirsten Heimann
Molecular learn on algae over the past a long time has supplied major insights into common organic mechanisms. this data has proved necessary to the sector of biotechnology the place learn on new purposes in meals tradition, biofuel and prescribed drugs is underway. This new booklet on algal telephone biology offers an summary of state-of-the-art examine with a spotlight on cytoskeleton structure/function and cytokinesis of algae.
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Advances in Algal Cell Biology by Kirsten Heimann