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Class Notes for Pharmacy at University of Otago


OTAGO, UOPHCY219Keith IretonSpring

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A natural or synthetic compound that kills or prevents growth of bacteria or other microorganisms. An antimicrobial agent produced by a microorganism:
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PHCY219 Lecture Notes - Caulobacter Crescentus, Gram Staining, Helicobacter Pylori

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Lecture 4 cell structure and function of prokaryotes. Need to learn about bacterial cell structure and function so that we can understand pathogens and
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PHCY219 Lecture Notes - Tetracycline Antibiotics, Microbiological Culture, Microbiology

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A natural or synthetic compound that kills or prevents growth of bacteria or other microorganisms. An antimicrobial agent produced by a microorganism:
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PHCY219 Lecture Notes - Hemolysis, Bile Acid, Growth Medium

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Lecture 3 microbial nutrition: describe examples of specialised media. Different culture media will be selected for depending on the purpose. Can use a
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PHCY219 Lecture Notes - Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek, Louis Pasteur, Pasteurization

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First terms test will have two questions from each lecture. 30 mcqs in total to answer in 50 minutes. Objectives: describe the major microbiological di
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PHCY219 Lecture Notes - Facultative Anaerobic Organism, Logarithmic Scale, Rod Cell

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Objectives: describe microbial growth and process of binary fission. Microbial growth refers to the growth of the population (# in the colony) rather t
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