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  • Importance Of Microbiology

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    Importance of Microbiology| in Nursing Agriculture Pharmacy Advertisement Microbiology is a subject dealing with microbes and related concepts. Microbiology has come a long way since discovery of microbes and is presently of great help to mankind. It is used in health care, food production, diagnosis, production of alcohol, maintenance of sterility and cleanliness etc. Though the subject was initially limited to study of microbes and their characteristics or properties, latter it was explored to

  • Microbiology Pioneers

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    Contributors to Microbiology Pioneers of Microbiology I. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek (Oct. 24, 1632- Aug. 30, 1723) A. In 1676 Leeuwenhoek saw tiny organisms in water, he was the first man to observe and describe bacteria accurately. He discovered microscopic nematodes, blood cells and sperm. He also made over 500 microscopes to view specific objects. B. Microbiology is concerned with the study of all forms of life that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. Antonie’s work

  • Microbiology Unknown

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    Autumn White Biology 258-05 November 26, 2012 Unknown #19 Enterbacteriaceae Enterobacter aerogenes ABSTRACT The objective of this report was to identify an unknown microorganism through several differential media tests. Over the course of a couple weeks, ten tests were performed. First, a gram stain was performed, indicating the bacterium was gram negative. An aerotolerance test determined that the bacterium was a facultative anaerobe. Next, a negative result in the

  • Microbiology Essay

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    Osmosis 4/13/13 MLT1 Lab 9 Performed at Home Microbial Growth There are three types of environments in which cells are located which include isotonic, hypotonic and hypertonic. In an isotonic environment, the amount of water and solute are the same both inside and outside of the cell. As water drifts into the a cell, the same amount flows out creating a balanced environment both inside and outside of the cell. When there is a high level of

  • Essay On Microbiology

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    For this analysis assignment, I used the American Type Culture Collection (ATCC) website to find technical documents from the microbiology field. I chose two whitepapers written by the same author but the papers themselves have vastly different purposes. The first white paper informs the reader of multi-resistant strains and the need for new solutions to this problem. The second document discuss a new approach to treating multidrug-resistant infections. This memo will explain the purpose of each

  • Statement Of Purpose For Microbiology

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    Statement of Purpose Name: Ujjwal Rimal Area of Interest: Microbiology and Immunology. During his last few months, my grandfather had trouble falling asleep. Frequent cough and his debilitating health was the matter of concern for our family. The nights had always been horrible as my father had to take care of him till the dawn. At that time, lung cancer was a fatal disease in Nepal. His demise gave me an insight into how illness can affect a person’s life and of the people close to him

  • Soil vs Microbiology

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    TITLE Lab #4 Soil –vs- Water Microbiology INTRODUCTION There are 4 learning goals for this lab: 1. Collect samples and compile data from at least 2 sources (soil; water) of your choice. 2. Identify at least 2 Prokaryotes (bacteria) and 2 Eukaryotes (fungus) in your samples. 3. Research the importance of bacteria and fungus to Earth in a non-medical context. 4. Compile a high-quality, 3+ resource (excluding the lab worksheet), MLA-cited in-text laboratory report using the scientific method

  • Microbiology Essay

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    One of the most common bacteria known to man is affiliated with the genus Staphylococcus. Staphylococcus aureus can be described as bacteria that present as gram positive cocci either in pairs, tetrads, short chains or irregular grape like clusters (2A). With their diameter ranging from 0.5 to 1.5 um, other characteristics that comprise this bacteria include their non-spore forming ability and nonmotile ways (2A). Defined as facultative anaerobes, these microorganisms are usually encapsulated(2A)

  • Unknown Microbiology Report

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    The purpose of the following study is to determine where the two unknown bacteria acquired in Microbiology lab should be classified in regards to temperature, pH level, and osmoregularity. It is important to classify bacteria in order to identify them. Identification of bacteria is important because they are not only useful but potentially dangerous as well. The identification of bacteria can lead to breakthroughs in healthcare regarding treatment of old and new diseases alike. Identifying bacteria

  • The Occupational Characteristics of Microbiology

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    many opportunities open to biology grads include laboratory technicians, researchers, pharmacists, teachers, doctors, and microbiologists. The opportunities change as a biology major may decide to master in a more specific science of biology, and microbiology is one popular field to enter. According to Encyclopedia Britannica, a microbiologist is someone who studies “microorganisms, or microbes, a diverse group of minute, simple life forms that include bacteria, archaea, algae, fungi, protozoa and