Vista normal Vista MARC Vista ISBD

Genetics and evolution of infectious diseases

por Tibayrenc, Michel
Declaración de edición:Segunda edición Publicado por : Elsevier Science (Saint Louis) Detalles físicos: xvii, 667 páginas : gráficas ISBN:9780127999425 (2a.Ed.). Año : 2017
    valoración media: 0.0 (0 votos)
Tipo de ítem Ubicación actual Colección Signatura Vol info Copia número Estado Fecha de vencimiento
<br> Libro de reserva
Libro de reserva
Quinta de Mutis
Lunes a Viernes 6:00 am - 9:00 pm.

Sábados 8:00 am. - 3:00 pm.

1er piso
Libro de reserva WC 100 T552g (Navegar estantería) 2a.Ed. Ej.1 Disponible
<br> Libro
Quinta de Mutis
Lunes a Viernes 6:00 am - 9:00 pm.

Sábados 8:00 am. - 3:00 pm.

2do piso
Libro WC 100 T552g (Navegar estantería) 2a.Ed. Ej.2 Prestado 22/03/2019

Front Cover; Genetics and Evolution of Infectious Diseases; Genetics and Evolutionof Infectious Diseases; Copyright; Contents; List of Contributors; 1 -- Recent Developments in the Definition and Official Names of Virus Speciesℓ́ℓ; 1. Introduction; 2. The Logic of Hierarchical Virus Classification; 3. Bionominalism: Are Species Classes or Individuals?; 4. The Virus Species Problem; 5. Properties Used for Defining Virus Species and Identifying Individual Viruses; 6. A Virus Species Cannot Be Defined Solely by the Properties of Viral Genomes; 7. The New ICTV Definition of Virus Species

1.1.2 Basidiomycetes: The Pathogenic Cryptococcus Species Complex1.1.3 Globally Emerging Fungal Infections in Wildlife Species; 2. New and Emerging Mycoses; 2.1 Evolution and Emergence of Pathogenic Cryptococcus gattii Genotypes in the Pacific Northwest; 2.1.1 The Global Emergence of the Amphibian Pathogen Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis; 2.2 Origin of Human Pathogens: Cryptococcus and Candida From Saprobes Associated With Insects; 3. Plant Pathogenic Fungi; 4. New and Emerging Plant Diseases; 5. Modern Molecular Epidemiological Tools for Investigating Fungal Diseases

3. Evolutionary Processes Shape Intra- and Interhost Bacterial Population Structure3.1 Intrahost Evolution: A Snapshot of Larger-Scale Population Dynamics; 3.2 Interhost Evolution and Population Structure; 4. Genomic Analysis Tools for Studying Bacterial Population Structure; 5. Conclusions; References; 4 -- Epidemiology and Evolution of Fungal Pathogens in Plants and Animals; 1. Introduction; 1.1 Major Human and Animal Pathogenic Fungi; 1.1.1 Ascomycetes: The Candida Species Complex, Aspergillus fumigatus, Pneumocystis, the Dimorphic Fungi, and Others

7.1 Recurrent Niche Invasion Model7.2 Cohesive Recombination Model; 7.3 Geotype Plus Boeing Model; 8. Are Bacterial Ecotypes Cohesive?; 9. Incorporating Ecology Into Bacterial Systematics; Acknowledgments; References; 3 -- Population Structure of Pathogenic Bacteria; 1. Introduction; 2. Recombination in Bacterial Populations; 2.1 Emergence and Persistence of Sequence Clusters; 2.2 Heterogeneity in Recombination; 2.3 The Structure of the Pan-Genome of Species and Populations; 2.4 Gene Flow Across Species Boundaries

8. Non-Latinized Binomial Names for Virus Species9. Discussion; References; 2 -- A Theory-Based Pragmatism for Discovering and Classifying Newly Divergent Species of Bacterial Pathogens; 1. Introduction; 2. Ecological Breadth of Recognized Species; 3. The Stable Ecotype Model of Bacterial Speciation; 4. Demarcating Putative Ecotypes From Sequence Data; 5. Ecological Diversity Within Putative Ecotypes; 6. Models of Frequent Speciation; 6.1 Speedy Speciation Model; 6.2 Species-Less Model; 6.3 Nano-Niche Model; 7. Other Models Where Ecotypes Are Not Discernible as Sequence Clusters

Texto en inglés