Microbiology Coloring Book, 1st edition

  • Lawrence M. Elson

Microbiology Coloring Book

ISBN-13:  9780060419257

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Overview

This microbiology coloring book asks the reader to color a series of figures that convey microbiological principles and processes. An efficient review of all areas pertinent to a microbiology course, it simplifies the learning process and provides visually appealing figures that can be used for future study. The act of coloring helps students understand the structure and processes of microbiology, and how they relate to one another.

Table of contents

1. Importance of Microbiology to Humans.
2. Early Microscopes.
3. Spontaneous Generation.
4. Germ Theory: Pasteur.
5. Germ Theory: Koch's Postulates.
6. Light Microscopes.
7. Electron Microscope.
8. Measurements.
9. Eukaryotes/Prokaryotes.
10. Spectrum of Microorganisms.
11. Forms of Bacteria.
12. Bacterial Ultrastructure.
13. Staining Bacteria.
14. Bacterial Cell Envelope.
15. Bacterial Spores.
16. Bacterial Nutrition/Cultivation.
17. Bacterial Reproduction.
18. Conditions for Bacterial Growth.
19. Special Culture Techniques.
20. Isolating Bacteria.
21. Bacterial Metabolism I.
22. Photosynthesis.
23. Bacterial Chromosomes.
24. Bacterial Replication.
25. Protein Synthesis: Transcription.
26. Protein Synthesis: Translation.
27. Protein Synthesis: Synthesis.
28. Mutation.
29. Bacterial Transformation.
30. Bacterial Conjugation.
31. Bacterial Transduction.
32. Genetic Engineering.
33. Introduction to Viruses.
34. Viral Replication.
35. Inactivation of Viruses.
36. Antiviral Vaccines and Drugs.
37. Interferon.
38. Retroviruses.
39. Introduction to Fungi.
40. Life Cycle of Rhizopus Stolonifer.
41. Yeasts.
42. Importance of Fungi.
43. Introduction to Protozoa.
44. Paramecium.
45. Importance of Protozoa.
46. Control of Microorganisms with Physical Agents I.
47. Control of Microorganisms with Physical Agents II.
48. 48 Control of Microorganisms with Chemical Agents.
49. Chemotherapeutic Agents.
50. Antibiotics I: Penicillin.
51. Antibiotics II.
52. Antibiotic Susceptibility Test.
53. Transmission of Infectious Disease.
54. Establishment of Disease.
55. Toxins.
56. Nonspecific Resistance to Disease: Mechanical and Chemical Barriers.
57. Nonspecific Resistance to Disease: Phagocytosis and Opsonization.
58. Nonspecific Resistance to Disease: Inflammation.
59. Specific Resistance: Adaptive Immunity.
60. Development and Structure of the Immune System.
61. Specific Resistance: Antigens.
62. Specific Resistance: Cellular Immunity.
63. 63 Specific Resistance: Humoral Immunity.
64. 64 Specific Resistance: Antibodies.
65. Specific Resistance: Antibody-Antigen Reactions.
66. Complement System.
67. Types of Immunity.
68. Monoclonal Antibodies.
69. Complement Fixation Test.
70. Fluorescent Antibody Test.
71. Immunosorbent Test.
72. Neutralization Test.
73. Agglutination Test.
74. Allergy and Anaphylaxis.
75. Thrombocytopenia.
76. Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn.
77. Immune Complex Hypersensitivity.
78. Cell Hypersensitivity.
79. 79 Upper Respiratory Bacterial Infection.
80. Lower Respiratory Bacterial Infection.
81. Food/Waterborne Bacterial Infections.
82. Soil/Arthropod borne Bacterial Infections.
83. Sexual/Contact Bacterial Infections.
84. Viral Diseases of the Skin.
85. Viral Diseases of Abdominal Organs.
86. Viral Disease of Respiratory/Nervous System.
87. Acquired Immunodeficiency Disease.
88. Protozoan Disease: Sleeping Sickness.
89. Protozoan Disease: Toxoplasmosis.
90. Protozoan Disease: Malaria.
91. Other Protozoan Diseases.
92. Fungal Diseases. <

Published by Pearson (January 24th 1997) - Copyright © 1996