Microbiology: An Introduction (13th Edition) - 13th Edition - by Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, Christine L. Case, Derek Weber, Warner Bair - ISBN 9780134605180
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Microbiology: An Introduction (13th Edi...
13th Edition
Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, Christine L. Case, Derek Weber, Warner Bair
Publisher: PEARSON
ISBN: 9780134605180

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Taxonomy: Taxonomy refers to the study of the classification of an organism. Taxon: Taxon is a group...The Alphaproteobacteria group is one of the five classes of the phylum Proteobacteria....The defining characteristics of fungi are as follows: Fungi possess sexual and asexual spores. They...Table 1 represents the difference between virus and bacteria:...Pathology: The scientific study of disease is termed as pathology. It is concerned with the cause or...The pathogens must require the access to the host to cause the disease or to damage their tissues....CriterionInnate immunityAdaptive immunityDefinitionThe immune system can be divided into innate and...The differences between adaptive and innate immunity are as follows: Innate immunityAdaptive...Vaccine is defined as a biological preparation that gives active acquired immunity to a particular...Hypersensitivity is a detrimental reaction created by the normal immune system with respect to an...The term chemotherapy was coined by Paul Ehrlich in the twentieth century. While he attempted to...Structure of the skin: The skin is the largest organ and it has three layers, namely the epidermis,...Central nervous system: CNS is composed of the brain and the spinal cord. The CNS picks up the...Both the cardiovascular and lymphatic systems play a major role in spreading and eliminating...The nose contains small hair-like cells and these hairs are also called cilia. These hairs in the...The organs of the digestive system that come in contact with food are mouth, esophagus, stomach,...The list of the antimicrobial features of the urinary system is as follows: Valves: Prevent the...Extremophiles are organisms that can grow and survive in extreme environmental conditions. Some...Thermophilic anaerobic spoilage bacteria survive especially in canned foods with low acidity. These...

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