LooseLeaf Benson's Microbiological Applications Laboratory Manual-Concise Version - 14th Edition - by Alfred E Brown Ph.D., Heidi Smith - ISBN 9781259705236
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LooseLeaf Benson's Microbiological Appl...
14th Edition
Alfred E Brown Ph.D., Heidi Smith
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9781259705236

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Chapter 11 - Simple StainingChapter 12 - Negative StainingChapter 13 - Capsular StainingChapter 14 - Gram StainingChapter 15 - Spore Staining: Two MethodsChapter 16 - Acid-fast Staining: Kinyoun MethodChapter 17 - Motility DeterminationChapter 18 - Culture Media PreparationChapter 19 - Enumeration Of Bacteria: The Standard Plate CountChapter 20 - Slide Culture: FungiChapter 21 - Determination Of A Bacteriophage TiterChapter 22 - Isolation Of Phages From FliesChapter 23 - Phage TypingChapter 24 - Effects Of Oxygen On GrowthChapter 25 - Temperature: Effects On GrowthChapter 26 - Ph And Microbial GrowthChapter 27 - Water Activity And Osmotic PressureChapter 28 - Ultraviolet Light: Lethal EffectsChapter 29 - The Effects Of Lysozyme On Bacterial CellsChapter 30 - Evaluation Of Alcohol: Its Effectiveness As An AntisepticChapter 31 - Antimicrobic Sensitivity Testing: The Kirby-bauer MethodChapter 32 - Evaluation Of Antiseptics And Disinfectants: The Filter Paper Disk MethodChapter 33 - Effectiveness Of Hand ScrubbingChapter 38 - Physiological Characteristics: Multiple Test MediaChapter 40 - Enterobacteriaceae Identification: The Api® 20e SystemChapter 41 - Enterobacteriaceae Identification: The Enteropluri-test SystemChapter 42 - Staphylococcus Identification: The Api® Staph SystemChapter 43 - Bacterial Counts Of FoodsChapter 44 - Bacteriological Examination Of Water: Most Probable Number DeterminationChapter 45 - Bacteriological Examination Of Water: The Membrane Filter MethodChapter 46 - Reductase TestChapter 47 - Temperature: Lethal EffectsChapter 48 - Microbial Spoilage Of Canned FoodChapter 49 - Microbiology Of Alcohol FermentationChapter 50 - Polymerase Chain Reaction For Amplifying DnaChapter 51 - Bacterial TransformationChapter 52 - The Staphylococci: Isolation And IdentificationChapter 53 - The Streptococci And Enterococci: Isolation And IdentificationChapter 54 - Gram-negative Intestinal PathogensChapter 56 - Slide Agglutination Test: Serological TypingChapter 57 - Slide Agglutination Test For S. AureusChapter 58 - Slide Agglutination Test For StreptococcusChapter 59 - Enzyme-linked Immunosorbent Assay (elisa)Chapter 60 - Blood Grouping

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Benson's Microbiological Applications has been the "gold standard" of microbiology laboratory manuals for over 35 years. This manual has a number of attractive features that resulted in its adoption in universities, colleges, and community colleges. These features include user-friendly diagrams that students can easily follow, clear instructions, and an excellent array of reliable exercises suitable for beginning or advanced microbiology courses. In revising the lab manual for the fourteenth edition, we have tried to maintain the proven strengths of the manual and further enhance it. We have updated the introductory material of the fungi, protozoa, and algae to reflect changes in scientific information. Finally, the names of microorganisms used by the American Type Culture Collection. This is important for those users who rely on the ATCC for a source of cultures.

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When smear is prepared from solid medium, initially a drop of water on the slide to smear the cells...A stain is the organic compound that consists of an auxochrome group and chromophore group. A...The stain is the organic compound that consists of an auxochrome group and chromophore group. The...The capsule is the extracellular gel-like layer that surrounds the outside of the cell wall of many...Gram staining is an example of differential staining. It is based on the principle that the cell or...Endospores are the dormant structures that are formed by the complex developmental cycle when the...The bacteria such as Mycobacterium have cell walls with a high lipid content such as waxy material...Structure of the flagellum: Flagella of bacteria are helical shaped, fibrous appendages composed of...Complex mediaDefined mediaComplex media are highly nutritious substances.Defined media are the...The colony-forming unit is used to measure the number of viable fungal and bacterial cells in a...Agar is a gelatinous material or jelly-like substance obtained from the seaweed species of the genus...Bacteriophage recognizes its host by its tail fibers binding to the chemical groups connected with...The houseflies are the coprophagous insects and they lay their eggs in the fecal material. In the...Staphylococcus aureus is a Gram-positive, round shaped-bacterium and belongs to a member of the...Bacteria can be classified as either anaerobes or aerobes that sis based upon their metabolic need...The hyperthermophiles are found at volcanic heated hot springs and at thermal vents present deep...The concentration of hydrogen ion affects proteins as well as other charged molecules present in the...Bacteria are resistant to hypotonic environments due to the presence of a rigid cell wall that gives...UV light’s primary lethal effects are due to its mutagenic properties. The maximum absorption of UV...In bacterial cells, peptidoglycan provides structural strength and also counteracts the cytoplasm’s...The alcohol is considered as a useful antiseptic because it is used for swabbing the skin before...Antimicrobial drugsAntibioticsDrugs used for treating microbial infections are termed as...The substances that either kill microbes or inhibits their growth and can be applied to the skin or...Three most common types of microbes that are associated with skin are as follows: Diphtheroids,...It is crucial to complete both structural and cultural characterization of a microbe before...Advantages of multitest systems: Rapid identification At a time numerous biochemical test can be...Advantage of using a multitest system for bacterial identification: The multitest system provides...Advantages of the multisystem method: Many biochemical procedures can be carried out at once....Ground meat harbors the highest number of bacteria. During the butchering process, fecal material...If positive results are observed from the water sample used during presumptive analysis, it does not...The membrane filter technique is more rapid whereas the MPN technique is more complicated. The...The methylene blue reduction test is dependent on the levels of oxygen present in the milk. This...The control plate is one that contains the microbes and it is not exposed to high temperature....The occurrence of fermentation of canned food products caused by the thermoduric microbes that...In grape juice, the sugar molecule is fermented into alcohol. The major products of the fermentation...The PCR technique is performed under high temperatures to amplify the DNA fragments. The intertwined...LB broth refers to the Luria broth or Lysogeny broth or Luria-Bertani medium. This medium is used...Mannitol salt agar (MSA) is a selective and differential growth medium and is used for the isolation...Blood agar is used for cultivation of fastidious organisms such as streptococcal species. The blood...The three important pathogens of primary medical importance are strains of E. coli, Salmonella, and...The molecular structure of the bacterial cell is defined by their macromolecules. Certain types of...The two antigens of S. aureus have been detected using the test kit are protein A and coagulase....The Lancefield classification of streptococci categorizes this group of bacteria into immunological...The ability of the test to exactly identify the true positive rate of the disease is termed as...The blood typing procedure is performed using the antisera possessing a high titer of anti-A and...

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