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Microbiology an introduction

Interactive CD-ROM contains : objective, activities, practice tests, flash cards, lab. supplement and careers information. Active internet connection is needed for chapter quizzes, Web links, Contest, In the news, Research navigator, Online tutor and instructor resources.

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  • "Microbiology interactive student tutorial, version 2.0 / Christine L. Case [V.2]"
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  • "Interactive CD-ROM contains: objective, activities, practice tests, flash cards, lab. supplement and careers information. Active internet connection is needed for chapter quizzes, Web links, Contest, In the news, Research navigator, Online tutor and instructor resources."
  • "Part 1: Fundamentals of microbiology. Chapter 1: The microbial world and you; Applications of modern molecular biology to taxonomy have resulted in new or changed names and taxa for many microorganisms. These new names and taxa, approved by the appropriate international nomenclature committee, are used throughout this edition; The emerging infectious disease discussion includes West Nile Virus, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, Avian influenza, Ebola hemorrhagic fever, severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), and cryptosporidiosis. Chapter 2: Chemical principles. New study questions use microbiological examples. Chapter 3: Observing microorganisms; Through a microscope; Quorum sensing and bacterial interactions are discussed; New section on scannin acoustic microscopy (SAM). Chapter 4: Functional anatomy of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells. Revised discussion of gram stain, plasma membrane; New section on acid fast cell walls; Gram-positive and gram-negative flagella are compared. Chapter 5: Microbial metabolism; A discussion of anoxygenic photosynthesis. Chapter 6: Microbial growth; The discussion of the toxic forms of oxygen has been rewritten to better relate to destruction of microbes by phagocytosis. Chapter 7: The control of microbial growth; New products and newly-approved uses are included. Chapter 8: Microbial genetics; Important enzymes in DNA replication, expression, and repair are listed in a new table; New morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report box describes the use of genomics to track a disease (West Nile encephalitis). Chapter 9: Biotechnology and recombinant DNA; RNA interference (RNAi) is illustrated in a new figure; Forensic microbiology is included. Part 2: A survey of the microbial world. Chapter 10: Classification of microorganisms; Mew discussion of several bacteria that have been recently discovered by means of RNA analysis; Ribotyping and FISH are described. Chapter 11: The prokaryotes: Domains bacteria and archaea; Phylogenic classification of prokaryotes is in accordance with Bergey's Manual of Systematic Bacteriology, second edition (2005). Chapter 12: The eukaryotes: fungi, algae, protozoa, and helminths; New Clinical Problem Solving box describes leishmaniasis in the Middle East; Fungal names have been updated. Chapter 13: Viruses, viroids, and prions; New Morbidity & Mortality Weekly Report box describing crossing the species barrier using Avian influenza as the example; The one-step bacteriophage curve has been replaced with one-step virus growth curves showing virus growth and patterns of infection; New photographs compare viral entry by fusion and endocytosis. Part 3: Interaction between microbe and host. Chapter 14: Principles of disease and epidemiology; New section on factors that determine the distribution and composition of normal microbiota with an expanded table 14.1; New discussion of probiotics; New Clinical Problem Solving box describes a nosocomial outbreak; Data for figures (AIDS, Lyme disease, and typhoid fever) and tables are current through june 2005. Chapter 15: Microbial mechanisms of pathogenicity; New section on the conjuctiva; New section on membrane ruffling; Revised table 15.2 on diseases caused by exotoxins. Chapter 16: Innate immunity: nonspecific defenses of the host; New section on toll-like receptors (TLRs); New section on dendritic cells; New sections on transferrins and antimicrobial peptides; New summary table 16.3 covers innate immunity; New applications of microbiology box on serum collection. Chapter 17: Adaptive immunity; Specific defenses of the host; Completely rewritten chapter includes an historical context to introduce concepts and terminoloy in an easy-to-follow format; Art has been redrawn for accuracy and ease of understanding. Chapter 18: Practicl applications of immunology. Chapter 19: Disordens associated with the immune system. Chapter 20: Antimicrobial drugs. Part 4: Microorganisms and human disease. Chapter 21: Microbial diseases of the skin and eyes. Chapter 22: Microbial diseases of the nervous system. Chapter 23: Microbial diseases of the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems. Chapter 24: Microbial diseases of the respiratory system. Chapter 25: Microbial diseases of the digestive system. Chapter 26: Microbial diseases of the urinary and reproductive systems. Part 5: Environmental and applied microbiology. Chapter 27: Environmental microbiology. Chapter 28: Applied and industrial microbiology."
  • "Interactive CD-ROM contains : objective, activities, practice tests, flash cards, lab. supplement and careers information. Active internet connection is needed for chapter quizzes, Web links, Contest, In the news, Research navigator, Online tutor and instructor resources."@en
  • "Interactive CD-ROM contains:-objective, activities, practice tests, flash cards, lab. supplement and careers information. Active internet connection is needed for for chapter quizzes, Web links, Contest, In the news, Research navigator, Online tutor and instructor resources."@en
  • "A study guide to accompany the textbook provides explanations of major concepts, definitions of important terms, questions and answers, and experiments."
  • "Reflecting the constantly evolving field of microbiology and its research environment, this ninth edition provides the most up-to-date coverage of technology and applications using straightforward presentation of complex topics."
  • "Microbiology: An Introduction helps you see the connection between human health and microbiology."
  • "This book is designed for non-major students in microbiology. It is praised for its straightforward presentation of complex topics, careful balance of concepts and applications, and proven art that teaches. In its Tenth Edition, Tortora/Funke/Case responds to the challenge of the microbiology course: teaching a wide range of reader levels, while still addressing reader under-preparedness."@en
  • "This book is designed for non-major students in microbiology. It is praised for its straightforward presentation of complex topics, careful balance of concepts and applications, and proven art that teaches. In its Tenth Edition, Tortora/Funke/Case responds to the challenge of the microbiology course: teaching a wide range of reader levels, while still addressing reader under-preparedness."

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