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Division K - Microbial Physiology and Metabolism
Div K Home Officers Events and Business Training Lecturers

Events
The 110th ASM General Meeting will be held in San Diego, California, from May 23-27, 2010. Div. K will be organizing several symposia in addition to a number of poster sessions.

For specific information about Division K activities at the General Meeting, go to the Events and Business page.

Divisional Officers
Contact information for Division K officers.

Division Business
The annual Div. K Meeting will be held in a time slot adjacent to the Division K Lecture at the 2010 General Meeting in San Diego. Please check the General Meeting Program for information on the specific date and room. The meeting usually lasts about 30 minutes. This is an opportunity for members to meet your divisional officers and give them feedback on topics for future divisional symposia. In addition, you can suggest names of candidates for Chair-elect for placement on the 2010 ballot and provide suggestions on how the division can better serve member interests.

Training and Courses
Training opportunities and courses may be found here.

Division Lecturers
List of former Division K Lecturers.


Division K encompasses the integration of biochemical, molecular biological, genetic and other approaches to understanding structure/function relationships of diverse microorganisms. Microbial physiology includes the study of microbial metabolism, enzymology, cell envelopes, transport, responses to environmental fluctuations, growth, differentiation and other related processes. 850 primary members.

Division K is part of Divisional Group IV (Molecular Microbiology, Physiology, and Virology) of the ASM. This divisional group also includes Divisions H (Genetics and Molecular Biology), J (Cell and Structural Biology), M (Bacteriophages), S (DNA viruses), T (RNA viruses), X (Molecular, Cellular and General Biology of Eukaryotes) and AA (Free-Living, Symbiotic and Parasitic Protists).


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