Biological systems are regulated by the thermodynamic parameters of pressure and temperature. With the help of new spectroscopic methods it is now possible to study the structure and function of such systems under extreme pressures and temperatures. This book described the resulting theory and applications of these pressure and temperature effects. The subjects covered include the use of high pressure in food processing and even the theory of the origin and evolution of life. Readers exploring the world of biology in extreme environments will find this book particularly useful.
|Statement||edited by Yoshihiro Taniguchi, Harry E. Stanley, Horst Ludwig|
|Series||Biological and Medical Physics Series, Biological and Medical Physics Series|
|Contributions||Stanley, Harry E., Ludwig, Horst|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xii, 283 p.)|
|Number of Pages||283|
|ISBN 10||3642085288, 3662048027|
|ISBN 10||9783642085284, 9783662048023|
Eugene Stanley -- Ab initio theoretical study of water: extension to extreme conditions \/ Fumio Hirata and Hirofumi Sato -- The behavior of proteins under extreme conditions: physical concepts and experimental approaches \/ Karel Heremens and L\u00E1szl\u00F3 Smeller -- High-pressure NMR spectroscopy of proteins \/ Lance Ballard and Jiri. Get this from a library! Biological Systems Under Extreme Conditions: Structure and Function. [Yoshihiro Taniguchi; Harry E Stanley; Horst Ludwig] -- Biological systems are regulated by the thermodynamic parameters of pressure and temperature. With the help of new spectroscopic methods it is now possible to study the structure and function of such. : Complex Biological Systems: Adaptation and Tolerance to Extreme Environments (): Fomina, Irina R., Biel, Karl Y., Soukhovolsky, Vladislav G. Abstract. Temperature and pressure (extreme conditions), as perturbing variables, are two powerful tools to investigate the thermodynamic parameters of chemical or biochemical reactions and to study the mechanism of enzyme-catalyzed reactions, via the determination of rate constants and the use of the transition-state by: 2.
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