Human Colonic Bacteria Role in Nutrition, Physiology, and Pathology Glenn R. Gibson

ISBN: 9780849345241

Published: March 13th 1995

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Human Colonic Bacteria Role in Nutrition, Physiology, and Pathology  by  Glenn R. Gibson

Human Colonic Bacteria Role in Nutrition, Physiology, and Pathology by Glenn R. Gibson
March 13th 1995 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, audiobook, mp3, ZIP | | ISBN: 9780849345241 | 4.69 Mb

Human Colonic Bacteria provides a comprehensive summary of the biological significance of the large intestinal microbiota in terms of its activities, composition, and role in host health. The book contains contributions from a group ofMoreHuman Colonic Bacteria provides a comprehensive summary of the biological significance of the large intestinal microbiota in terms of its activities, composition, and role in host health.

The book contains contributions from a group of internationally recognized authors, all active researchers in their particular fields. It discusses some of the important advances in colonic microbiology from a functional perspective. This timely volume contributes toward a wider perception of the colon in terms of its relevance for human health, as well as underlining its nutritional, physiological, and ecological diversity.



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