Microbiology, the branch of biology that studies microorganisms and their effects on humans, is a key part of medical training curriculum. Written by a top professor of microbiology and an experienced science writer, this book is a basic microbiology course that can be understood by anyone, including medical students, profesisonals wanting to bone up of the subjects, and laypersons wanting to know about the topic. Prepared by a top professor of microbiology and an experienced popular science writer. Almost every student enrolled in medical school, nursing, dentistry, pharmacology, and veterinary medicine must take microbiology. Includes coverage on microbes and their relationship with each other, the body's immune system, infectious diseases, biotechnology, and bioterrorism.Tiny Tips Earlier we said that the mycoplasmas are the only group of bacteria that dona#39;t possess cell walls. So how do they fight off ... These colors are due to differences in the two groupsa#39; cell walls, differences chiefly in the amount of peptidoglycan they contain. The cell walls of ... With an electron microscope it is possible to see a space between the plasma membrane and the cell wall. You can also seeanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Complete Idiot's Guide to Microbiology|
|Author||:||Jeffrey J. Byrd, Ph.D., Tabitha M. Powledge|
|Publisher||:||Penguin - 2006-11-07|