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microbiology. Lecture: Anaerobic. IMPORTANT. DOCTORS NOTES. EXTRA INFORMATION. ملاحظة مهمة جداً : هذه المحاضرة معتمدة على سلايدز الدكتور لذا يوجد شرائح من محاضرة الدكتورة غير موجودة. Objectives. Describe anaerobic bacteria including their sensitivity to oxygen and where they may be

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Bacterial Growth

Bacterial Growth

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Seek and Destroy: General Principles and Antibiotic Choices in Treating Dental Infections

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Seek and Destroy: General Principles and Antibiotic Choices in Treating Dental Infections. Kelly W. Jones, Pharm.D., BCPS McLeod Family Medicine Center kjones@mcleodhealth.org. Two types of antibiotics. Time-dependent killers Penicillin, cephalosporin, imipenem

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The Gastrointestinal Tract

The Gastrointestinal Tract

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Health Skills I Student Lecture Packet

Health Skills I Student Lecture Packet. Health Skills I. Unit 101 Infection Control. Objectives. Identify the nature of microorganisms, how organisms grow, their transmission, body defenses of the human host, and related terminology. Unit 101.1 Microorganisms. Anton Van Leeuwenhoek

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Ecology

Ecology

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The Oxygen Cycle

The Oxygen Cycle

The Oxygen Cycle. Definition of Oxygen . Oxygen – a colorless, odorless, tasteless gas Denser than air Poor conductor of heat and electricity. Step One of Oxygen Cycle. Plant release oxygen into the atmosphere as a by-product of photosynthesis. oxygen. Step Two of Oxygen Cycle.

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Reduction of Hg(II) to Hg(0) by dissimilatory metal reducing bacteria Heather Wiatrowski and Tamar Barkay

Reduction of Hg(II) to Hg(0) by dissimilatory metal reducing bacteria Heather Wiatrowski and Tamar Barkay

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Tools of the Laboratory:

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Antibiotics in Endodontics

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Combined preservation methods for shelflife extension of fresh fish

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Combined preservation methods for shelflife extension of fresh fish. Grímur Ólafsson Icelandic fisheries laboratories. Introduction. Fresh fish is exported by air, whole or filleted, iced in styrofoam boxes. The maximum expected shelf life for whole fish is 14-17 days at 0-4°C.

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A Review of Glycolysis

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Microbe-Human Interactions

Microbe-Human Interactions

Microbe-Human Interactions. The human body exists in a state of dynamic equilibrium Many interactions between human body and microorganisms involve the development of biofilms Colonization of the body involves a constant “give and take”. Contact, Colonization, Infection, Disease.

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