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Microbiology

 
     
 
Content
 Introduction

 The Microscopy

 The Bright Field Microscope

 Introduction to the Microscope and Comparison of Sizes and Shapes of Microorganisms

 Cell Size Measurements: Ocular and Stage Micrometers

 Measuring Depth

 Measuring Area




















 Cell Count by Hemocytometer or Measuring Volume

 Measurement of Cell Organelles

 Use of Darkfield Illumination

 The Phase Contrast Microscope

 The Inverted Phase Microscope

 Aseptic Technique and Transfer of Microorganisms

 Control of Microorganisms by using Physical Agents

 Control of Microorganisms by using Disinfectants and Antiseptics

 Control of Microorganisms by using Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

 Isolation of Pure Cultures from a Mixed Population

 Bacterial Staining

 Direct Stain and Indirect Stain

 Gram Stain and Capsule Stain

 Endospore Staining and Bacterial Motility

 Enumeration of Microorganisms

 Biochemical Test for Identification of Bacteria




















 Triple Sugar Iron Test

 Starch Hydrolysis Test (II Method)

 Gelatin Hydrolysis Test

 Catalase Test

 Oxidase Test

 IMVIC Test

 Extraction of Bacterial DNA

 Medically Significant Gram-Positive Cocci (GPC)

 Protozoans, Fungi, and Animal Parasites

 The Fungi, Part 1-The Yeasts

 Performance Objectives

 The Fungi, Part 2-The Molds

 Viruses: The Bacteriophages

 Serology, Part 1-Direct Serologic Testing

 Serology, Part 2-Indirect Serologic Testing

 
     
 
 
     




     
 
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