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Microbiology 1

300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Basal Body, Cell Envelope, Flagellin
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Bacterial Flagella Components and their Structures: Filament: The Filament is the longest and most obvious component of the Bacterial Flagella , it extends from the cell surface to the tip. It is a ho...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Sister Chromatids, Dna Replication, Generation Time
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION The bacterial cell cycle the influence of environmental factors on microbial growth Identify the reproductive strategies observed in bacteria Bacterial Reproductive Strategies: Bacterial reproductive...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Serial Dilution, Logarithmic Scale, Turbidity
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Viable Counting Methods: Viable Counting Methods only count those cells that are able to to reproduce when cultured. Viable Counting Methods include spread-plate and pour-plate techniques. Samples usi...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Golgi Apparatus, Endosome, Dna Replication
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Endoplasmic Reticulum: The Endoplasmic Reticulum is a system of membranous tubules and flattened sacs in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells. Furthermore Rough ER contains ribosomes whilst Smooth ER doe...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Binomial Nomenclature, Roman Type, Streptococcus
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Correctly name microorganisms according to their genus and species (binomial nomenclature) Rules to correctly name Microorganisms according to their genus and species (Binomial Nomenclature): 1. Binar...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Micromonas, Vegetative Reproduction, Protozoa
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Size: Parasitic Protozoa in humans are less than 50 m in size. The smallest forms of protozoa are only 1 to 10 m long. Cellular Arrangement: Protozoa are single celled organisms , coming in many diffe...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Fluid Mosaic Model, Endospore, Nucleoid
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Bacterial Cell Structures and their Functions: Plasma Membrane: Plasma Membranes are selectively permeable barriers that control the movement of substances in and out cells. Furthermore it separates t...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Macconkey Agar, Methylene Blue, Eosin Y
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Maintaining Pure Cultures: Periodic Transfer to Fresh Media: Microorganism strains can be maintained by periodically preparing a fresh culture from the previous stock culture. Refrigeration: Pure cult...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Francesco Redi, Robert Hooke, Scientific Method
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Key milestones in the history of microbiology: Robert Hooke(1635-1703) published the first drawings of microorganisms in scientific literature. Leeuwenhoek constructed simple microscopes that could ma...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Eukaryote, Peptidoglycan, Microbiological Culture
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Week 1: The Development of the Science of Microbiology the Scientific Method Three Domains of Living Organisms and their Classifications: Bacteria Classification: Bacteria organisms are usually singl...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Archaea, Peptidoglycan, Eukaryote
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Major characteristics of the three domains and distinguishing characteristics of Archaea from the Bacteria Bacteria Characteristics: Bacteria are usually single-celled organisms. The majority of Bacte...

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300833 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Teichoic Acid, Gram-Negative Bacteria, Gram-Positive Bacteria
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MICROBIOLOGY REVISION Structure and function of the peptidoglycan cell wall The presence of Peptidoglycan is a common feature of all cell walls. Peptidoglycan Structure: Peptidoglycan, forms and enormous mesh-like structur...

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