Microbiology: An Introduction with MyMicrobiologyPlace Website (10th Edition): Gerard J. Tortora, Berdell R. Funke, Christine L. Case: 9780321550071

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Publication Date: January 9, 2009 ISBN-10: 0,321,550,072 ISBN-13 :978-0,321,550,071 Edition: 10
This # 1 best-selling non-professional microbiology books, known as the complexity of the topic, it’s brief, careful balance of concepts and applications, and a mature art, teach. The challenges in its Tenth Edition, Tortora / Funke / response microbiology course: teaching a wide range of readers, but also solve the readers to prepare for the next. Tenth edition meet readers in their respective skill levels.

First of all, the the foundation drawing new heights of this book signals nuclear microbial visualization, readers need to understand before moving forward a chapter to readers. Second, this book allows readers often have the opportunity to self-assessment check your understanding of the problem, the section that corresponds to the number of learning objectives. Then, a new “visual learning” orientation includes: the focus box pandemics number increase, the outline of the study of the final chapter, provide students with visual cues to remind them of the contents of the chapter, the new end of chapter draw it problems. All new art program is contemporary impact Tortora / Funke / Case flag reputation for precision and clarity. Including a significant amendments revised immunity chapters and a more and more emphasis on antimicrobial resistance, bioterrorism, and biofilms. The new ready microorganisms workbook and online exercises to help readers prepare the process of assessment materials.
Microbial world, chemical principles, by microscopic observation of microorganisms, prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, microbial metabolism, growth of microorganisms, to control the growth of microorganisms, microbial genetics, biotechnology and recombinant DNA, the classification of microorganisms, prokaryote: functional anatomy domain of the bacterial and archaeal, eukaryotic cells, fungi, algae, protozoa and worms, viruses, viroids and prions, disease and epidemiological principles, microbial pathogenicity, innate immunity: non-specific defense host, Acquired Immune mechanisms: specific defense host, the practical application of related diseases and the immune system, antimicrobial agents, bacterial disease of the skin and eyes, a bacterial disease of the nervous system, cardiovascular system and bacterial diseases of the lymphatic system, Respiratory disease microbes, microbiology and immunology, disease, digestive, urinary and reproductive systems, applications and Environmental Microbiology, Industrial Microbiology bacterial diseases. Aimed at those interested in learning the basic knowledge of microbiology.