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MicroTutor-Microbiology Audio Lecture

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Microbiology Audio Audio Lecture
General Microbiology audio titles covers the principles of General Microbiology. Microbiology set has 2 CDs covering the study of microorganisms, which are unicellular or cell-cluster microscopic organisms. Microbiology is a study of microorganisms and their association with other living thing. Some may cause diseases and most of them are harmless to humans but very useful in different ways. This study covers both harmful disease causing and beneficial aspects of microorganism. This General Microbiology audio set includes eukaryotes such as fungi and protists, and prokaryotes, which are bacteria and archaea. Viruses, though not strictly classed as living organisms, are also studied. Microbiology is a broad term which includes virology, mycology, parasitology and other branches.

Microbiology audio titles are suitable for individual students, instructors and professors at career schools, vocational colleges, junior and community colleges, university level undergraduate level courses for students who want to expand their knowledge of the microscopic world, in general, or for use in professional or further studies. Microbiology audio titles are fundamentally for the general microbiology course taught at a level which should allow for seamless continuity and integration with Nursing, Medical, Dental and Allied health Microbiology courses. The Microbiology audio lectures set is suitable for individual students or institution.

General Microbiology Topics

  1. Microbial World (Introduction to Microbiology)
  2. The Chemical Principles
  3. Observing Microorganism Using Microscope
  4. Functional anatomy of Microorganism
  5. Microbial Metabolism
  6. Microbial Growth
  7. Control of microbial Growth
  8. Microbial Genetics
  9. Biotech and Recombinant DNA Technology
  10. Microbial Classification and Taxonomy
  11. Prokaryotes: Bacteria
  12. Eukaryotes: Fungi, Protozoans and Worms
  13. Viruses, Viriods and Prions
  14. Disease Principles and Epidemiology
  15. Mechanisms of Pathogenicity
  16. Host Mechanisms and Immunology
  17. Antimicrobial Drugs
  18. Diseases of the Skin, Eye, Nervous, Cardiovascular and Lymphatic System
  19. Diseases of the Respiratory, Digestive, and Reproductive System
  20. Applied and Industrial Microbiology
  21. Environmental Microbiology


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