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Joel Thomas CBE 555 November 27, 2007 Updated: Joel Thomas (F07) Original: Christie Dosch (F05)

Joel Thomas CBE 555 November 27, 2007 Updated: Joel Thomas (F07) Original: Christie Dosch (F05)

World Water Crisis ” ‘Water, water everywhere’ but what’s a brother gotta do to get a drink around here?”. Joel Thomas CBE 555 November 27, 2007 Updated: Joel Thomas (F07) Original: Christie Dosch (F05). Contents of the Crisis. Availability/Safety Sanitation Desalination Other factors

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2.1 Nature of Matter 2.2 Properties of water 2.3 Carbon compounds

2.1 Nature of Matter 2.2 Properties of water 2.3 Carbon compounds

2.1 Nature of Matter 2.2 Properties of water 2.3 Carbon compounds. The Chemistry of Life. 2.1 The Nature of Matter. Atoms = basic unit of matter. Protons and neutrons Protons have positive charge Neutrons have NO charge Both found in the nucleus of an atom Electrons

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THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE

THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE

THE CHEMISTRY OF LIFE. CHAPTER 2.1 The Nature of Matter. Atoms. Basic unit of matter Greek atomos , which means “unable to cut” Proposed by Democritus 2500 years ago. Subatomic Particles. Nucleus- held together by strong forces Protons (+) Neutrons (0) Electrons (-)

By emlyn
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Histology

Histology

Histology. Histology is the study of the tissues of the body and how these tissues are arranged to constitute organs Literally, histology means tissue or web To study tissues, certain techniques an instruments are used to study tissues. Tissue Preparation.

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Histology

Histology

Histology. Histology is the study of the tissues of the body and how these tissues are arranged to constitute organs Literally, histology means tissue or web To study tissues, certain techniques an instruments are used to study tissues. Tissue Preparation.

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1. Simple or Stratified?

1. Simple or Stratified?

1. Simple or Stratified?. 2. Simple or Stratified?. 3. Cuboidal , Columnar, or Squamous ?. 4. Simple or Stratified?. 5. Skin Cells: Simple or Stratified?. 6. Cuboidal , Columnar, or Squamous ?. 7. Cuboidal , Squamous , or Columnar?. 8. Simple or Stratified?.

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DOS WEEK OF FEB 11-15

DOS WEEK OF FEB 11-15

DOS WEEK OF FEB 11-15. DOS MONDAY What is the function of the nucleus in the animal cell? To control the cell’s activity and development. To control what enters and leaves the cell. To make food for the cell. To store food for the cell. DOS MONDAY

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Resistance

Resistance

Resistance. Antibiotics. What type of organism do they target? Bacteria What do they do to be effective ? Control Growth Kill bacteria When aren’t they effective? Viruses – use antivirals. Spectrums. Wide-spectrum Can target many different kinds of bacteria . Narrow-spectrum

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NAJRAN UNIVERSITY College of Applied Medical Sciences

NAJRAN UNIVERSITY College of Applied Medical Sciences

NAJRAN UNIVERSITY College of Applied Medical Sciences. General Microbiology Course Lecture No. 12. By. Dr. Ahmed Morad Asaad Associate Professor of Microbiology. Sterilization and disinfection Sterilization: Complete inactivation of all forms of microorganisms

By ward
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Chemical Reactivity and Storage

Chemical Reactivity and Storage

Chemical Reactivity and Storage. Presented by QBE Loss Control Services. Objectives. To understand basic terminology relating to chemical hazard classes and reactivity To be able to identify chemicals that pose a high potential risk for property loss or injury

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Lecture 16

Lecture 16

Lecture 16. Lymphatic System and Immune Response Anatomy and Physiology JPHubbard Hartnell College – Bio11. Drain excess interstitial fluid & plasma proteins from tissue spaces Transport dietary lipids & vitamins from GI tract to the blood Produce, maintain and distribute lymphocytes.

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Many people in hospitals die every year from catheter infections.

Many people in hospitals die every year from catheter infections.

The Problem. Many people in hospitals die every year from catheter infections. A catheter is a perfect breeding ground for infectious bacteria because the immune system cannot reach it to defend the body. Through all the handling, it is almost impossible to prevent the contamination.

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How could you determine The affectiveness of cleaning products that you buy at the store?

How could you determine The affectiveness of cleaning products that you buy at the store?

How could you determine The affectiveness of cleaning products that you buy at the store?. Antibiotics, antisectc- Kill bacteria. Antibiotics. Are substances that kill bacteria within your body Inhibit bacteria from doing processes they need to do

By oliana
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Antibiotic Refresher talk

Antibiotic Refresher talk

Antibiotic Refresher talk. Sandra Martin Antibiotic Pharmacist Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust. Antibiotic Pharmacist. DOH funding £12million over 3 years specifically for pharmacists to work with microbiologists and other healthcare professionals 3 days/week (Monday-Wednesday)

By cortez
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Chapter 14 Mechanisms of Infectious  Disease

Chapter 14 Mechanisms of Infectious  Disease

Essentials of Pathophysiology. Chapter 14 Mechanisms of Infectious  Disease. Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease and mad cow disease are examples of prion -associated diseases. Viruses are capable of replication outside of a living cell.

By bonner
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Disarming Pathogens

Disarming Pathogens

Disarming Pathogens. Dinesh Rai. What is bacterial resistance?. The ability of certain strains of bacterium to develop a tolerance to specific antibiotics to which they once were susceptible. Acinetobacter baumannii.

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Defense Mechanisms and Immunology

Defense Mechanisms and Immunology

Defense Mechanisms and Immunology. Pulmonary surface-active material (surfactant) allows one to breathe effortlessly. In the absence of surfactant, the work of breathing may increase from less than 2% to more than 10% of total oxygen consumption.

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Alexander Fleming and Penicillin: The Accidental Discovery?

Alexander Fleming and Penicillin: The Accidental Discovery?

Alexander Fleming and Penicillin: The Accidental Discovery?. By Joanna Martin. A Clinical Case. A 48 year old policeman presents to Urgent Care with a small cut on his face after shaving The cut is slightly red and draining a small amount of pus

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PORK the Other White Meat

PORK the Other White Meat

PORK the Other White Meat. Fresh Meats Pork Chops Steaks Ground Beef Chicken Turkey. Processed Meats Hot Dogs Luncheon Meats Ham Smoked Sausage Beef Jerky Marinated Meats. What is your favorite food?. Fresh Meats No Salt Added No Flavorings Added No Preservatives Added.

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PORK the Other White Meat

PORK the Other White Meat

PORK the Other White Meat. Original Power Point Created by Randal Cales Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education Curriculum Office June 2002. Fresh Meats Pork Chops Steaks Ground Beef Chicken Turkey. Processed Meats Hot Dogs Luncheon Meats Ham Smoked Sausage Beef Jerky

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