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By N. S. Gel’man, M. A. Lukoyanova, D. N. Ostrovskii (auth.)

The Most worthy provider Dr. Gel'man and her colleagues have played for the various investigators of bacterial membrane platforms in generating their first first-class monograph on "The respiration gear of micro organism" in 1966 has been endured and multiplied within the coaching of this quantity. The au­ thors have introduced jointly in one quantity a lot of the element of investiga­ tions of bacterial membranes on the ultrastructura11eve1 and the chemical and biochemical organizationa11eve1s. The process in bringing jointly this rap­ idly expanding quantity of discovery has been either finished and procedure­ atic, with a relentless knowledge of the significance of the molecular and func­ tional homes and relationships current in a variety of bacterial membranes. The monograph obviously displays the authors' curiosity and their very own inti­ mate involvement within the elucidation on the molecular point of the respiration chains geared up within the prokaryotic bacterial membrane method. it really is completely applicable that the bankruptcy dedicated to this subject may still occupy a considerable percentage of this monograph. certainly, had this quantity been ready at this very second, that percentage might were even larger, because the paintings in .

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1967a Mitchell. ,1971 which the carbohydrate components may be glucose, galactose, or mannose (Shaw and Baddiley, 1968)_ Examples of these include: galactosyl-a-glucosyl (1 --* 1)-diglyceride in the case cf Lactobacillus casei, {3-glucosyl-{3-g1ucosyl (1 --* 1)-diglyceride in B. subtilis and S. aureus, dimannosyl diglyceride in M. lysodeikticus, and diglucosyl diglyceride in B. , 1966; Lennarz, 1964; Lennarz and Talamo, 1966; Saito and Mukoyama, 1971)_ The content of glycolipids varies within wide limits, from a few per cent of the total cell lipids in M.

Smith and Koostra, 1967), and the phosphatidylglycerol from Mycoplasma laidlawii B. (McElhaney and Tourtellotte, 1970). The content of saturated and unsaturated. acids varies in the lipids of different bacteria (Erwin and Bloch, 1964). In B. megaterium, for instance, monoene acids account for 4% of the total, compared with 20% in M. , 1964). The composition of fatty acids may also vary to some extent, depending on the temperature of cultivation of the cells (see page 70). Changes in the content of individual fatty acids with age of the culture have been found in E.

The ratio between the content of aminoacylphosphatidylglycerol and phosphatidylglycerol rises with a fall in the pH of the medium in membranes from S. aureus, S. faecalis, B. subtilis, and M. , 1969; Koostra and Smith, 1969). However, this is not a general principle. qh\) snaJnO sn;};}O;}OIA'IdotS - iN '" I C; 8 iiJ Q. ,5 C; " C; oy "'" :§. c ~ Q. o o I (9961 '",8 I. pJll;) snll'ldoUlJa'ltoJoaJs sn11l~"fl sn~p)lIapOSAI sn~~O~OJ~IW Q. Q. c Q. I (119961 '",11 I. ~ 36 CHAPTER II branes of B. , 1967).

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