Krasner s Microbial Challenge

The motility of live and unstained bacteria can be observed by suspending a drop
of bacterial liquid culture on a slide and ... Now that you have studied that
anatomy of a typical bacterium, one can appreciate that there are some
anatomical ...

Krasner s Microbial Challenge

Author: Teri Shors

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The fourth edition of Krasner's Microbial Challenge focuses on human-microbe interactions and considers bacterial, viral, prion, protozoan, fungal and helminthic (worm) diseases and is the ideal resource for non-majors, nursing programs, and public health programs.

Agricultural Research

Every factor of 10 by which you decrease the dose , or number of organisms
applied — say from 1,000,000 to 100,000 organisms ... With these strains , it is
possible to control disease on as many as 1,000 acres with only a quart of
bacterial culture , ” genic organisms in the field , with ... Each soil may have a
different bacterium that works best , but all these premier bacteria possess the
same qualities .

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Scientific American

This is our second culture . This must ... Bacteria also afford peculiar juice is
secreted only during digestion ) ; and once in of milk succeeds the multiplication
of these germs . ... They feed on the substances faction was much less marked ,
and on some varieties Then we have spiro - bacteria , the spirilla and the lying in
their ...

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British Journal of Dental Science

Mr. Roughton , who has given some attention to this subject , has made some
cultivations of bacteria from cases of pyorrhoa , which possibly some of you may
have seen ; I hope that at ... his culture experiments ; he succeeded in cultivating
a large number of bacteria of pyorrhoa alveolaris , which possessed pyogenic
properties , but was not able to determine the constant occurrence of any
particular one ...

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British Journal of Dental Science and Prosthetics

... has made some cultivations of bacteria from cases of pyorrhoa , which possibly
some of you may have seen ; I hope that at an early date , he will ... given the
results of his culture experiments ; he succeeded in cultivating a large number of
bacteria of pyorrhoea alveolaris , which possessed pyogenic properties , but was
not able to determine the constant occurrence of any particular one which might
be ...

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The Therapeutic Gazette

are on one no have recently tound that the removal of decomposition and the
immobility of the bacteria are not sufficient proof ... with the fluid containing
bacteria and then treated in the same manner , then conveyed to a culture soil
sterilized and protected against the entrance of impurities . ... since it is not known
what kind of bacteria you are experimenting with , what kind , if any , have been
destroyed .

The Therapeutic Gazette

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Nature

In connection wilh these true putrefactive bacteria I have to mention a group of
bacteria which, though not strictly ... m one sense, the way for the action of certain
other bacteria which, by oxidising ammonia into nitrites and nitrates, are the
direct food- pro viders for the vegetable kingdom. ... The photographs give you an
idea of the character of this organism in plate, in streak- and stab culture, and in ...

Nature

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Farmers Review

The air in dairies may contain be- in one way ; the cream that rises first have
been much greater , and undoubted" Board's Dairyman . ” Mr. Smith was sides
acid forming bacteria , those that contains more globules of cream than ly others
among you will have similar one of the ... well for Holstein We are of the opinion
that only breeders that a certain kind of pure culture Q. - Does the temperature of
the test ...

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Michigan Medical News

In sterilized culture solutions , the bacteria their feet , and this plan drawing
indirectly from multiplied slowly . ... the colorless zooglea in the world you've
managed to worm out of me found in hair , and , on the other , certain
chromowhat you have is a mystery . Get thee to a nunnery ! genous bacteria ,
especially Bacterium prodigiosum , I'll never more have one such as thou
pumping from from which it is ...

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Self Culture

bacteria are not animal , as nearly every and yet have not been cognizant of the
one supposes , but , vegetable ... Why does the farmer or that do produce
disease , and these we gardener enrich his land each year ? have termed our
foes .

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Victor Vaughan

I also believe that we must suppose that the bacteria inside the body are capable
of producing poisons that are not present in the bacteria in culture . . . . I find
another difficulty in that we possess in the killed culture a general toxin which is ...

Victor Vaughan

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Agriculture and Related Agencies Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1976

Senator GEORGE McGovern, The Senate, Washington, D.C. DEAR GeoRGE: It
occurs to me that you, as a member of the Agriculture Committee. would find the
... culture. The other is a new technique for grafting genes from one plant to
another. ... Two new developments which make this goal feasible, have come
from studies of plant cells in culture. ... Cells derived from a mature plant can be
grown in culture on a simple, chemically defined media where they behave much
as bacteria.

Agriculture and Related Agencies Appropriations for Fiscal Year 1976

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Basic Microbiology

In addition , the production of acid and other toxic products may result in the loss
of bacterial motility in older cultures . Fimbriae and Pili Many gram - negative
bacteria possess filamentous appendages that are shorter , straighter , and
considerably smaller than flagella ( see Figure 3 . ... You can gain some insight
into the mechanism whereby the bacterium ... One might assume , then , that
during growth , the bacterium synthesizes the smaller subunits of flagellin and
that these smaller ...

Basic Microbiology

Author: Wesley A. Volk

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The Classical Association

Perhaps if the observer is sufficiently exalted we all look like bacteria . But in the
ordinary sense of the word there can be only one culture , and we possess a
greater or less share of it according to our abilities and tastes and opportunities
and ...

The Classical Association

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The Economist

It allows you to in - and nutrients a plant channels whether the effects of
glyphostain insects from destroying the ... These plants , the problems of finding
O ne promising area for genetic bacteria , pushing up the bugs ' viruses have
more room to ac - the right culture medium , the ... from are not sure ; the proteins
seem to found the plant gene for EPSP into one of the two DNA strands culture is
one thing .

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Examination Questions

All but one of the following compounds or complexes have been found . to occur
in bacterial cell walls . ... If , 200 viable bacteria were estimated to be present in a
pure culture you wanted to know the exact population of , at what dilution would ...

Examination Questions

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Proceedings

We , you will reflect , took the steep way which he recommended ; is this the level
plain which he promised ? ... We may speak indeed of a primitive phase of
civilizaculture ; or again we can use the word of a set of bacteria . Perhaps if the
observer is sufficiently exalted we all look like bacteria . But in the ordinary sense
of the word there can be only one culture , and we possess a greater or less
share of it ...

Proceedings

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Fundamentals of Microbiology

You can assume that in all probability it is a bacterium ( see Tables 30 - 1 and 30
- 2 ) . ... The organism is neutrotrophic , since it grew well in the blood and yeast -
extract media , which have a pH near neutral . ... of the group are further
reinforced ; that is , since it grows readily on organic , nonliving culture media
with or without blood or serum , it is not one of the rickettsias , chlamydias , or
viruses .

Fundamentals of Microbiology

Author: Martin Frobisher

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The Pall Mall Budget

The final coup de grâce will have been given to Koch's a thoroughly " pure
culture " of the bacillus , free from all trace of contami rash ... We cannot but regret
that , while such an investigaKoch himself , as much as any one , has insisted
upon tion naturally requires years ... tissues of one formulated such a result on
the most flimsy grounds ; his Government has of the many bacterial organisms
normally ...

The Pall Mall Budget

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