By Ciba Foundation, G E. W. Wolstenholme, Cecilia M. 1927- O'Connor
Chapter 1 establishing comments (pages 1–3): Sir Charles Harington
Chapter 2 features of the matter of Drug Resistance in micro organism (pages 4–29): A. C. R. Dean and Sir Cyril Hinshelwood
Chapter three oblique choice and foundation of Resistance (pages 30–46): L. L. Cavalli?Sforza
Chapter four Genetic features of Drug Resistance (pages 47–63): M. Demerec
Chapter five Inheritance in unmarried Bacterial Cells (pages 64–77): W. Howard Hughes
Chapter 6 Penicillin?Induced Resistance to Penicillin in Cultures of Bacillus cereus (pages 78–101): M. R. Pollock
Chapter 7 Directed Hereditary adjustments of Fermentative homes of Yeast through a particular Substrate (pages 102–140): ok. V. Kossikov
Chapter eight a number of Mechanisms of received Drug Resistance (pages 141–164): Margaret J Thornley, Jehudith Sinai and John Yudkin
Chapter nine Physiological (Phenotypic) Mechanisms accountable for Drug Resistance (pages 165–182): Bernard D. Davis
Chapter 10 Genetic and Metabolic Mechanisms Underlying a number of degrees of Sulphonamide Resistance in Pneumococci (pages 183–196): Rollin D. Hotchkiss and Audrey H. Evans
Chapter eleven The Phenotypic Expression of Genes identifying a variety of forms of Drug Resistance Following their Inheritance via delicate micro organism (pages 197–209): W. Hayes
Chapter 12 particular Polyhydroxy Compounds as Cofactors of Enzymic model and Its Inheritance (pages 210–232): P. P. Slonimski and H. de Robichon?Szulmajster
Chapter thirteen improvement of Resistance to Streptomycin in Serratia marcescens (pages 233–240): B. Gyorffy and that i. Kallay
Chapter 14 Distribution of Drug?Resistant contributors in Cultures of Mycobacterium tuberculosis (pages 241–250): R. Knox
Chapter 15 Physiological version of micro organism to Antibiotics (pages 251–261): W. Kunicki?Goldfinger
Chapter sixteen Drug Resistance of Staphylococci with designated connection with Penicillinase creation (pages 262–279): Mary Barber
Chapter 17 at the identity of Genetic and Non?Genetic version in micro organism (pages 280–293): M. Westergaard
Chapter 18 The Reactions of the Mutagenic Alkylating brokers with Proteins and Nucleic Acids (pages 294–322): P. Alexanders, Sheila F. Cousens and ok. A. Stacey
Chapter 19 Genetics of 2 diverse Mechanisms of Resistance to Colicins: Resistance by means of lack of particular Receptors and Immunity by means of move of Colicinogenic elements (pages 323–345): Pierre Redericq
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