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Microbiological Laboratory Techniques


Microbiological Laboratory Techniques

Author: Year Of Pub : 2006
Product ID: 38400o

The author would like to extend his thanks and appreciation to several individuals whose efforts have made the publication of this work a reality. Chester T. Roskey, Framingham State College, Framingham, Massachusetts, and Thomas Settlemire, Bowdoin College, Brunswick, Maine, were instrumental in checking the manuscript for errors, suggesting changes and the like. Michael J. Timmons, Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, Illinois, deserves special credit for developing the illustration program and for serving as an outstanding consultant. His efforts are especially appreciated. All photomicrographs were taken with the Bausch and Lomb Balplan microscope made available through the courtesy of William Westfall. Special thanks go to Cynthia Nickerson and Jeff Hotlmeier of D.C. Heath.  It is largely through their confidence and efforts that this work reached its present from.

Table of Contents :
# Basic Techniques Used in Microbiology # Staining Techniques Used in Microbiology # Culture Techniques Used in Microbiolgy # Physiological Characteristics of Microorganisms # : Environmental influences upon Microorganisms # How to Identify Unknown Microorganisms # Air and Soil Microbiology # Water and Sewage Bacteriology # Dairy and Food Microbiology # Medical Microbiology # Research Investigatons in Microbiology # Appendix * Guide to Anaerobic Bacteria * Guide to Escherichia and Enterobacter * Guide to Micrococci * Guide to the Bacillus * Guide to Pseudomonas, Proteus, Alkaligenes, and Acetobacter * Guide to Corynebacterium * Preparation Instructions for Materials Listed in this Manual

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