Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology 12th Edition

Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology (12th Edition)

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Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology (12th Edition)

Book Edition12th Edition
Author(s)Case, Johnson
ISBN9780134605203
PublisherPearson Higher Education
SubjectBiology

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  1. Chapter InIntroduction

  2. Chapter 1Use And Care Of The Microscope

  3. Chapter 2Examination Of Living Microorganisms

  4. Chapter 3Microbes In The Environment

  5. Chapter 4Transfer Of Bacteria: Aseptic Technique

  6. Chapter 5Preparation Of Smears And Simple Staining

  7. Chapter 6Negative Staining

  8. Chapter 7Gram Staining

  9. Chapter 8Acid-Fast Staining

  10. Chapter 9Structural Strains (Endospore, Capsule, And Flagella)

  11. Chapter 10Morphological Unknown

  12. Chapter 11Isolation Of Bacteria By Dilution Techniques

  13. Chapter 12Special Media For Isolating Bacteria

  14. Chapter 13Carbohydrate Catabolism

  15. Chapter 14Fermentation

  16. Chapter 15Protein Catabolism, Part 1

  17. Chapter 16Protein Catabolism, Part 2

  18. Chapter 17Respiration

  19. Chapter 18Unknown Identification And Bergey'S Manual

  20. Chapter 19Oxygen And The Growth Of Bacteria

  21. Chapter 20Determination Of A Bacterial Growth Curve: The Role Of Temperature

  22. Chapter 21Biofilms

  23. Chapter 22Physical Methods Of Control: Heat

  24. Chapter 23Physical Methods Of Control: Ultraviolet Radiation

  25. Chapter 24Chemical Methods Of Control: Disinfectants And Antiseptics

  26. Chapter 25Chemical Methods Of Control: Antimicrobial Drugs

  27. Chapter 26Effectiveness Of Hand Scrubbing

  28. Chapter 27Regulation Of Gene Expression

  29. Chapter 28Isolation Of Bacterial Mutants

  30. Chapter 29Transformation Of Bacteria

  31. Chapter 30Dna Fingerprinting

  32. Chapter 31Genetic Engineering

  33. Chapter 32Ames Test For Detecting Possible Chemical Carcinogens

  34. Chapter 33Fungi: Yeasts And Molds

  35. Chapter 34Photographs: Algae And Cyanobacteria

  36. Chapter 35Protozoa

  37. Chapter 36Parasitic Helminths

  38. Chapter 37Isolation And Titration Of Bacteriophages

  39. Chapter 38Plant Viruses

  40. Chapter 39Epidemiology

  41. Chapter 40Koch'S Postulates

  42. Chapter 41Innate Immunity

  43. Chapter 42Agglutination Reactions: Slide Agglutination

  44. Chapter 43Agglutination Reactions: Microtiter Agglutination

  45. Chapter 44Elisa Technique

  46. Chapter 45Bacteria Of The Skin

  47. Chapter 46Bacteria Of The Respiratory Tract

  48. Chapter 47Bacteria Of The Mouth

  49. Chapter 48Bacteria Of The Gastrointestinal Tract

  50. Chapter 49Bacteria Of The Urogenital Tract

  51. Chapter 50Identification Of An Unknown From A Clinical Sample

  52. Chapter 51Rapid Identification Methods

  53. Chapter 52Microbes In Water: Multiple-Tube Technique

  54. Chapter 53Microbes In Water: Membrane Filter Technique

  55. Chapter 54Microbes In Food: Contamination

  56. Chapter 55Microbes Used In The Production Of Foods

  57. Chapter 56Microbes In Soil: The Nitrogen And Sulfur Cycles

  58. Chapter 57Microbes In Soil: Bioremediation

  59. Chapter AAppendix

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  1. Chapter InIntroduction

  2. Chapter 1Use And Care Of The Microscope

  3. Chapter 2Examination Of Living Microorganisms

  4. Chapter 3Microbes In The Environment

  5. Chapter 4Transfer Of Bacteria: Aseptic Technique

  6. Chapter 5Preparation Of Smears And Simple Staining

  7. Chapter 6Negative Staining

  8. Chapter 7Gram Staining

  9. Chapter 8Acid-Fast Staining

  10. Chapter 9Structural Strains (Endospore, Capsule, And Flagella)

  11. Chapter 10Morphological Unknown

  12. Chapter 11Isolation Of Bacteria By Dilution Techniques

  13. Chapter 12Special Media For Isolating Bacteria

  14. Chapter 13Carbohydrate Catabolism

  15. Chapter 14Fermentation

  16. Chapter 15Protein Catabolism, Part 1

  17. Chapter 16Protein Catabolism, Part 2

  18. Chapter 17Respiration

  19. Chapter 18Unknown Identification And Bergey'S Manual

  20. Chapter 19Oxygen And The Growth Of Bacteria

  21. Chapter 20Determination Of A Bacterial Growth Curve: The Role Of Temperature

  22. Chapter 21Biofilms

  23. Chapter 22Physical Methods Of Control: Heat

  24. Chapter 23Physical Methods Of Control: Ultraviolet Radiation

  25. Chapter 24Chemical Methods Of Control: Disinfectants And Antiseptics

  26. Chapter 25Chemical Methods Of Control: Antimicrobial Drugs

  27. Chapter 26Effectiveness Of Hand Scrubbing

  28. Chapter 27Regulation Of Gene Expression

  29. Chapter 28Isolation Of Bacterial Mutants

  30. Chapter 29Transformation Of Bacteria

  31. Chapter 30Dna Fingerprinting

  32. Chapter 31Genetic Engineering

  33. Chapter 32Ames Test For Detecting Possible Chemical Carcinogens

  34. Chapter 33Fungi: Yeasts And Molds

  35. Chapter 34Photographs: Algae And Cyanobacteria

  36. Chapter 35Protozoa

  37. Chapter 36Parasitic Helminths

  38. Chapter 37Isolation And Titration Of Bacteriophages

  39. Chapter 38Plant Viruses

  40. Chapter 39Epidemiology

  41. Chapter 40Koch'S Postulates

  42. Chapter 41Innate Immunity

  43. Chapter 42Agglutination Reactions: Slide Agglutination

  44. Chapter 43Agglutination Reactions: Microtiter Agglutination

  45. Chapter 44Elisa Technique

  46. Chapter 45Bacteria Of The Skin

  47. Chapter 46Bacteria Of The Respiratory Tract

  48. Chapter 47Bacteria Of The Mouth

  49. Chapter 48Bacteria Of The Gastrointestinal Tract

  50. Chapter 49Bacteria Of The Urogenital Tract

  51. Chapter 50Identification Of An Unknown From A Clinical Sample

  52. Chapter 51Rapid Identification Methods

  53. Chapter 52Microbes In Water: Multiple-Tube Technique

  54. Chapter 53Microbes In Water: Membrane Filter Technique

  55. Chapter 54Microbes In Food: Contamination

  56. Chapter 55Microbes Used In The Production Of Foods

  57. Chapter 56Microbes In Soil: The Nitrogen And Sulfur Cycles

  58. Chapter 57Microbes In Soil: Bioremediation

  59. Chapter AAppendix