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Chapters to be included in the 3rd exam are: 18, 30, 19, 20, 28, 29, 21/25, 26, 27

Chapters to be included in the 3rd exam are: 18, 30, 19, 20, 28, 29, 21/25, 26, 27

Chapters to be included in the 3rd exam are: 18, 30, 19, 20, 28, 29, 21/25, 26, 27 Ch. 29: Food Microbiology The negative aspects of food microbiology Economic loss food safety Food preservation and microbial growth Foodborne diseases 29.1 Food spoilage:

By bernad
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Observing Microorganisms through a Microscope

Observing Microorganisms through a Microscope

Observing Microorganisms through a Microscope. Chapter 3. Basic techniques needed to study Bacteria. 1. Grow Bacteria 2. Isolate Bacteria 3. Grow Bacteria in pure culture 4. Observe Bacteria 5. Identify Bacteria. Microscope. Resolving Power - ability to distinguish two distinct points

By beverly
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Indicator Organisms in Wastewater Treatment Wetlands

Indicator Organisms in Wastewater Treatment Wetlands

Indicator Organisms in Wastewater Treatment Wetlands. Jepson Sutton SWES 574 10-31-02. Indicator Organisms. The detection of pathogenic organisms is a time-consuming, labor-intensive task, requiring highly trained technicians

By cyma
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The 12 “Most Unwanted” Bacteria

The 12 “Most Unwanted” Bacteria

The 12 “Most Unwanted” Bacteria. Campylobacter jejuni. Most common bacterial cause of diarrhea in the U.S. especially in young children. Raw milk, untreated water, raw and undercooked meat, poultry or shellfish. Incubation period 2-5 days Requires special conditions to grow.

By crevan
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Biochemical Tests

Biochemical Tests

Biochemical Tests. Amylase Production (Starch Hydrolysis Test). Starch agar is a differential medium that tests the ability of an organism to produce certain exoenzymes, including α-amylase and oligo-1,6-glucosidase, that hydrolyze starch. 

By mateja
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Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia.

Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia.

Cell injury:necrosis, apoptosis. Adaptations:atrophy, hypertrophy,hyperplasia. Metaplasia. . 2011. DEFINITIONS OF BASIC ASPECTS OF DISEASE PROCESS. epidemiology (occurrence and incidence of d.) etiology (causes of disease) pathogenesis (mechanisms of disease) morphology of the tissue changes

By nate
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PREPARATION OF A BACTERIAL SMEAR SPECIAL STAINING TECHNIQUES

PREPARATION OF A BACTERIAL SMEAR SPECIAL STAINING TECHNIQUES

PREPARATION OF A BACTERIAL SMEAR SPECIAL STAINING TECHNIQUES. ASEPTIC PROCECURE FOR MICROBE REMOVAL. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0odxJy0nR9s&feature=related. ASEPTIC PROCECURE FOR MICROBE REMOVAL FOR PREPARATION OF A BACTERIAL SMEAR.

By oprah
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Clostridium tetani

Clostridium tetani

Clostridium tetani. By: Vincent Medina. Scientific Name. Clostridium tetani. Classification. Strain ~ There are currently eleven identified strains of Clostridium tetani. (but I could not find any specific strains) Shape/Arrangement ~ Bacillus (rod shaped), Straphylo. Metabolism.

By ella
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Zebra Fish

Zebra Fish

Zebra Fish. There are many zebrafish mutants with defective blood defects in heart development It is likely that blood function and heart development in zebrafish are similar to blood function and heart development in people.

By anne
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Food Hygiene

Food Hygiene

Food Hygiene .

By Olivia
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Bacteria

Bacteria

Bacteria. .: Support bacteria - they're the only culture some people have :. What is bacteria?. True bacteria are the oldest organisms on earth organisms made up of just one cell capable of multiplying by themselves, as they have the power to divide some bacteria can cause diseases

By justus
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REVIEW OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY

REVIEW OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY

REVIEW OF MEDICAL MICROBIOLOGY. Infections of Respiratory tract Cardiovascular system Gastrointestinal tract Skin and soft tissue Central nervous system Genitourinary tract. THE RESPIRATORY TRACT. Upper Respiratory Tract Pharyngitis (mostly 2 years through adolescence)

By melva
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Topic 9 The Ecology of Prokaryotes

Topic 9 The Ecology of Prokaryotes

Topic 9 The Ecology of Prokaryotes. Biology 1001 October 19, 2005. 4.3 Diversity of Metabolic Pathways. Nutritional Modes of Prokaryotes. 4.3 Diversity of Metabolic Pathways. Oxygen metabolism Obligate aerobes require O 2 for cellular respiration for energy

By colm
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Bacterial Diseases

Bacterial Diseases

Bacterial Diseases. Pathogenicity. “the state of producing or being able to produce pathological changes and disease”. Staphylococcus. “a genus of gram-negative, nonmotile, opportunistic bacteria which tend to aggregate in irregular, grape-like clusters”. Readings Question #1.

By rey
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Botulinum Toxin Type A (Botox ® Cosmetic) Consent

Botulinum Toxin Type A (Botox ® Cosmetic) Consent

Botulinum Toxin Type A (Botox ® Cosmetic) Consent

By davina
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BIOCEN Summer School Valladolid 2011 Work group : Krzysztof Piotrowski Student group :

BIOCEN Summer School Valladolid 2011 Work group : Krzysztof Piotrowski Student group :

Technological strategies for biohydrogen production. BIOCEN Summer School Valladolid 2011 Work group : Krzysztof Piotrowski Student group : Natalia Alonso-Movilla Christoph Krüger Lina Glittmann Inka Mella Agnieszka Korus Ewa Borowska. Contents. Introduction Fermentative process

By qamra
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Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs: Microbial Food Safety

Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs: Microbial Food Safety

Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs: Microbial Food Safety. Heather Harbottle, PhD Division of Human Food Safety Microbial Food Safety Team . Human Food Safety Evaluation. 2. 6/14/2012.

By mort
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Anaerobic Bacteria

Anaerobic Bacteria

Anaerobic Bacteria. Fundamentals II Stephen A. Moser, Ph.D. 10/19/2011. Categories Based Upon Gaseous Requirements. Aerobic bacteria Require oxygen as electron acceptor Microaerophilic bacteria Require oxygen in reduced quantity Capnophilic bacteria Require carbon dioxide

By thu
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Tillman et al. Clostridium perfringens amidase

Tillman et al. Clostridium perfringens amidase

Supplementary Table 1. Number of nucleotide differences among nine Clostridium perfringens strains for partial sequence of the amidase gene (942 bases). Tillman et al. Clostridium perfringens amidase .

By nayef
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Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs: Microbial Food Safety

Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs: Microbial Food Safety

Human Food Safety of New Animal Drugs: Microbial Food Safety. Heather Harbottle, PhD Division of Human Food Safety Microbial Food Safety Team . Human Food Safety Evaluation. 2. 6/14/2012.

By lavada
(129 views)

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