Chapter III Chemical Analysis of Microbial Cells

@inproceedings{Herbert1971ChapterIC,
  title={Chapter III Chemical Analysis of Microbial Cells},
  author={Dennis M. Herbert and Paul Dermot Phipps and Richard E. Strange},
  year={1971}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter discusses the chemical analysis of microbial cells. The preparation of material for analysis is discussed, because changes in the chemical composition of cells may occur as a result of the washing and storage conditions used. Wet- and dry-weight determinations of bacterial samples and assay of total cell numbers are described, because analytical results must refer to one or other of these values. Selection of an analytical procedure is a subjective process… CONTINUE READING

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