Microbiology for the Health Sciences (7th Edition, 2003) by Gwendolyn R. W. Burton

By Gwendolyn R. W. Burton

Entrance variety group university, Westminster, CO. Brandon/Hill Nursing record first-purchase (#180) and Brandon/Hill Allied well-being checklist choice (#172). Textbook of clinically orientated microbiology for college kids. This variation comprises new appendices, perception containers and learn aids, and new phrases. earlier version: c1996. Softcover.

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E. ϫ10 ϫ40 ϫ50 ϫ100 ϫ400 5. How many times better is the resolution of the transmission electron microscope than the resolution of the unaided human eye? a. b. c. d. e. 100 1000 10,000 100,000 1,000,000 6. How many times better is the resolution of the transmission electron microscope than the resolution of the compound light microscope? a. b. c. d. e. 100 1000 10,000 100,000 1,000,000 7. How many times better is the resolution of the transmission electron microscope than the resolution of the scanning electron microscope?

Paleomicrobiology The field of paleomicrobiology involves the study of ancient microbes. 7 and 4 billion years ago, there are no cellular fossils available from that period. However, there are molecular fossils—molecules (usually lipids) that are known to be made only by organisms or, in some cases, only by particular organisms. Finding such molecular fossils in ancient rocks serves as evidence that life existed at that time. 7 and 4 billion years ago. Some paleomicrobiologists examine and study skeletons and mummified human remains to determine the infectious diseases that occurred in ancient civilizations.

19 20 CHAPTER 1 (1) Spleen, blood, pus Sick animal (2) Culture plate (2) (3) Stained pathogen Pure culture Healthy animal (3) (4) (4) Diseased animal Culture plate (4) Pure culture Same pathogen stained Figure 1-10. Koch’s Postulates: proof of the germ theory of disease. (1) The microorganism must always be found in similarly diseased animals, but not in healthy ones. (2) The microorganism must be isolated from a diseased animal and grown in pure culture. (3) The isolated microorganism must cause the original disease when inoculated into a susceptible host.

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