Microbiology: A Systems Approach - 5th Edition - by Marjorie Kelly Cowan Professor - ISBN 9781259706615
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Microbiology: A Systems Approach
5th Edition
Marjorie Kelly Cowan Professor
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
ISBN: 9781259706615

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Chapter 2.2 - Macromolecules: Superstructures Of LifeChapter 2.3 - Cells: Where Chemicals Come To LifeChapter 3 - Tools Of The Laboratory Methods For The Culturing And Microscopic Analysis Of MicroorganismsChapter 3.1 - Methods Of Culturing Microorganisms: The Five I’sChapter 3.2 - The Microscope: Window On An Invisible RealmChapter 4 - Bacteria And ArchaeaChapter 4.1 - Bacterial Form And FunctionChapter 4.2 - External StructuresChapter 4.3 - The Cell Envelope: The Boundary Layer Of BacteriaChapter 4.4 - Bacterial Internal StructureChapter 4.5 - The Archaea: The Other “prokaryotes”Chapter 4.6 - Classification Systems For Bacteria And ArchaeaChapter 5 - Eukaryotic Cells And MicroorganismsChapter 5.1 - The History Of EukaryotesChapter 5.2 - Form And Function Of The Eukaryotic Cell: External Structures And Boundary StructuresChapter 5.3 - Form And Function Of The Eukaryotic Cell: Internal StructuresChapter 5.4 - The FungiChapter 5.5 - The ProtistsChapter 5.6 - The HelminthsChapter 6 - An Introduction To The VirusesChapter 6.1 - The Search For The Elusive VirusesChapter 6.2 - The Position Of Viruses In The Biological SpectrumChapter 6.3 - The General Structure Of VirusesChapter 6.4 - How Viruses Are Classified And NamedChapter 6.5 - Modes Of Viral MultiplicationChapter 6.6 - Techniques In Cultivating And Identifying Animal VirusesChapter 6.7 - Other Noncellular Infectious AgentsChapter 6.8 - Viruses And Human HealthChapter 7 - Microbial Nutrition, Ecology, And GrowthChapter 7.1 - Microbial NutritionChapter 7.2 - Environmental Factors That Influence MicrobesChapter 7.3 - The Study Of Microbial GrowthChapter 8 - Microbial Metabolism The Chemical Crossroads Of LifeChapter 8.1 - The Metabolism Of MicrobesChapter 8.2 - The Pursuit And Utilization Of EnergyChapter 8.3 - Catabolism: Getting Materials And EnergyChapter 8.4 - Biosynthesis And The Crossing Pathways Of MetabolismChapter 8.5 - Photosynthesis: It All Starts With LightChapter 9 - Microbial GeneticsChapter 9.1 - Introduction To Genetics And Genes: Unlocking The Secrets Of HeredityChapter 9.2 - Applications Of The Dna Code: Transcription And TranslationChapter 9.3 - Genetic Regulation Of Protein SynthesisChapter 9.4 - Dna Recombination EventsChapter 9.5 - Mutations: Changes In The Genetic CodeChapter 10 - Genetic Engineering And Recombinant DnaChapter 10.1 - Introduction To Genetic EngineeringChapter 10.2 - Tools And Techniques Of Genetic EngineeringChapter 10.3 - Products Of Recombinant Dna TechnologyChapter 10.4 - Genetic Treatments: Introducing Dna Into The BodyChapter 10.5 - Genome Analysis: Maps And ProfilesChapter 10.6 - Proteome AnalysisChapter 11 - Physical And Chemical Control Of MicrobesChapter 11.1 - Controlling MicroorganismsChapter 11.2 - Methods Of Physical ControlChapter 11.3 - Chemical Agents In Microbial ControlChapter 12 - Antimicrobial TreatmentChapter 12.1 - Principles Of Antimicrobial TherapyChapter 12.2 - Interactions Between Drug And MicrobeChapter 12.3 - Survey Of Major Antimicrobial Drug GroupsChapter 12.4 - Antimicrobial ResistanceChapter 12.5 - Interactions Between Drug And HostChapter 13 - Microbe-human Interactions Health And DiseaseChapter 13.1 - The Human HostChapter 13.2 - The Progress Of An InfectionChapter 13.3 - Epidemiology: The Study Of Disease In PopulationsChapter 14 - Host Defenses I Overview And Nonspecific DefensesChapter 14.1 - Defense Mechanisms Of The Host In PerspectiveChapter 14.2 - The Second And Third Lines Of Defense: An OverviewChapter 14.3 - Systems Involved In Immune DefensesChapter 14.4 - The Second Line Of DefenseChapter 15 - Host Defenses Ii Specific Immunity And ImmunizationChapter 15.1 - Specific Immunity: The Third Line Of DefenseChapter 15.2 - Step I: The Development Of Lymphocyte DiversityChapter 15.3 - Step Ii: Presentation Of AntigensChapter 15.4 - Step Iii: Antigenic Challenge Of T Cells And B CellsChapter 15.5 - Step Iv (1): The T-cell ResponseChapter 15.6 - Step Iv (2): The B-cell ResponseChapter 15.7 - Specific Immunity And VaccinationChapter 16 - Disorders In ImmunityChapter 16.1 - The Immune Response: A Two-sided CoinChapter 16.2 - Type I Allergic Reactions: Atopy And AnaphylaxisChapter 16.3 - Type Ii Hypersensitivities: Reactions That Lyse Foreign CellsChapter 16.4 - Type Iii Hypersensitivities: Immune Complex ReactionsChapter 16.5 - Type Iv Hypersensitivities: Cell-mediated (delayed) ReactionsChapter 16.6 - An Inappropriate Response Against Self: AutoimmunityChapter 16.7 - Immunodeficiency Diseases: Hyposensitivity Of The Immune SystemChapter 17 - Diagnosing InfectionsChapter 17.1 - Identifying The Infectious AgentChapter 17.2 - Phenotypic MethodsChapter 17.3 - Immunologic MethodsChapter 17.4 - Genotypic MethodsChapter 17.5 - Breakthrough MethodologiesChapter 18 - Infectious Diseases Affecting The Skin And EyesChapter 18.1 - The Skin And Its DefensesChapter 18.2 - Normal Biota Of The SkinChapter 18.3 - Skin Diseases Caused By MicroorganismsChapter 18.4 - The Surface Of The Eye And Its DefensesChapter 18.5 - Normal Biota Of The EyeChapter 18.6 - Eye Diseases Caused By MicroorganismsChapter 19 - Infectious Diseases Affecting The Nervous SystemChapter 19.1 - The Nervous System And Its DefensesChapter 19.2 - Normal Biota Of The Nervous SystemChapter 19.3 - Nervous System Diseases Caused By MicroorganismsChapter 20 - Infectious Diseases Affecting The Cardiovascular And Lymphatic SystemsChapter 20.1 - The Cardiovascular And Lymphatic Systems And Their DefensesChapter 20.2 - Normal Biota Of The Cardiovascular And Lymphatic SystemsChapter 20.3 - Cardiovascular And Lymphatic System Diseases Caused By MicroorganismsChapter 21 - Infectious Diseases Affecting The Respiratory SystemChapter 21.1 - The Respiratory Tract And Its DefensesChapter 21.2 - Normal Biota Of The Respiratory TractChapter 21.3 - Upper Respiratory Tract Diseases Caused By MicroorganismsChapter 21.4 - Diseases Caused By Microorganisms Affecting Both The Upper And Lower Respiratory TractsChapter 21.5 - Lower Respiratory Tract Diseases Caused By MicroorganismsChapter 22 - Infectious Diseases Affecting The Gastrointestinal TractChapter 22.1 - The Gastrointestinal Tract And Its DefensesChapter 22.2 - Normal Biota Of The Gastrointestinal TractChapter 22.3 - Gastrointestinal Tract Diseases Caused By Microorganisms (nonhelminthic)Chapter 22.4 - Gastrointestinal Tract Diseases Caused By HelminthsChapter 23 - Infectious Diseases Affecting The Genitourinary SystemChapter 23.1 - The Genitourinary Tract And Its DefensesChapter 23.2 - Normal Biota Of The Genitourinary TractChapter 23.3 - Urinary Tract Diseases Caused By MicroorganismsChapter 23.4 - Reproductive Tract Diseases Caused By MicroorganismsChapter 24 - Microbes And The EnvironmentChapter 24.1 - Ecology: The Interconnecting Web Of LifeChapter 24.2 - The Natural Recycling Of BioelementsChapter 24.3 - Microbes On Land And In WaterChapter 24.4 - The Concept Of “one Health”Chapter 25 - Applied Microbiology And Food And Water SafetyChapter 25.1 - Applied Microbiology And BiotechnologyChapter 25.2 - Microorganisms In Water And Wastewater TreatmentChapter 25.3 - Microorganisms Making Food And Spoiling FoodChapter 25.4 - Using Microorganisms To Make Things We Need

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