Textbook of Microbiology
I. K. International Pvt Ltd, 13.5.2010 - 436 sivua
Textbook of Microbiology provides a structured approach to learning by covering all the important topics in a simple, uniform and systematic format. The book is written in a manner suited to the undergraduate and postgraduate of Microbiology / Industrial Microbiology courses. The language and diagrams are particularly easy to understand and reproduce while answering essay type questions.
Sections I of the book covers essentials of Microbiology including history, scope and milestones in the development of microbiology. This is followed by detailed accounts of characteristics and classification of microorganisms including bacteria, virus, fungi and actinomycetes. Individual chapters on microscopy, isolation and maintenance of microorganisms, microbial growth provide a detailed account of these techniques and their use in microbiology.
Section II of the book covers biochemistry, microbial genetics and some instrumentation including chapters on carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, nucleic acids, gene regulation, translation and transcription along with detailed accounts of spectrophotometry, pH meter and fermenters.
It broadly covers:
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History and Scope of Microbiology
General Characteristics and Classification of Bacteria
General Characteristics of Fungi
General Characteristics of Viruses
Microbial Growth and Culture Media
Isolation and Maintenance of Microorganisms
Sterilization and Control of Microorganisms
Bioenergetics ATP Generation and Transport
Structure and Replication of DNA
Types and Properties of RNA
Genetic Code and Protein Synthesis
Mutation and Repair
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