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Unformatted text preview: Medical Microbiology and Parasitology Part I: Medical Microbiology Part II: Medical Parasitology Medical Microbiology Xiao-Kui GUO( Dept. of medical Microbiology and Parasitology E.mail: xkguo@shsmu.edu.cn Tel: 776712 Office: 5-511 Introduction Microorganisms(Microbes) Microbiology Medical Microbiology What is Microorganisms Microorganisms are creatures that are not directly visible to the unaided eye, with dramatical biologic diversity. Viruses , bacteria, fungi, protozoa and some algae are all in this category All with the exception of plants and animals Distribution of microorganisms Air Soil Water Animals Human body 100m 300m 1400m 2100m 3150m 4050m 6000m Microorganisms and Human Beings Beneficial activities: Most microbes are of benefit to human beings, some are necessary( nitrogen, carbon cycles, etc) Harmful activities: A portion of microbes cause diseases and are poisonous to human, and these are really that concern us in the study of medical microbiology, etc. Microbiology...
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