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Complete downloadable Solutions Manual for Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology 9th Edition by Johnson. INSTRUCTOR RESOURCE INFORMATION
TITLE: Laboratory Experiments in Microbiology
RESOURCE:Solutions Manual
EDITION: 9th Edition
AUTHOR: Johnson, Case

Table of content

1. Use and Care of the Microscope
2. Examination of Living Microorganisms
3. Microbes in the Environment
4. Transfer of Bacteria: Aseptic Techniques
5. Preparation of Smears and Simple Staining
6. Negative Staining
7. Gram Staining
8. Acid-fast Staining
9. Structural Stains (Endospore, Capsule, Flagella)
10. Morphologic Unknown
11. Isolation of Bacteria by Dilution Technique
12. Special Media for Isolating Bacteria
13. Carbohydrate Catabolism
14. Fermentation
15. Protein Catabolism, Part 1
16. Protein Catabolism, Part 2
17. Respiration
18. Unknown Identification and Bergey’s Manual
19. Oxygen and the Growth of Bacteria
20. Determination of a Bacterial Growth Curve: The Role of Temperature
21. Biofilms
22. Physical Methods of Control: Heat
23. Physical Methods of Control: Ultraviolet Radiation
24. Chemical Methods of Control: Disinfectants and Antiseptics
25. Chemical Methods of Control: Antimicrobial Drugs
26. Effectiveness of Hand Scrubbing
27. Regulation of Gene Expression
28. Isolation of Bacterial Mutants
29. Transformation of Bacteria
30. DNA Fingerprinting
31. Genetic Engineering
32. Ames Test for Detecting Possible Chemical Carcinogens
33. Fungi: Yeasts and Molds
34. Phototrophs: Algae and Cyanobacteria 35. Protozoa
36. Parasitic Helminths
37. Isolation and Titration of Bacteriophages
38. Plant Viruses
39. Epidemiology
40. Koch’s Postulate
41. Nonspecific Resistance
42. Blood Group Determination: Slide Agglutination
43. Agglutination Reactions: Microtiter Agglutination
44. ELISA Technique
45. Bacteria of the Skin
46. Bacteria of the Respiratory Tract
47. Bacteria of the Mouth
48. Bacteria of the Gastrointestinal Tract
49. Bacteria of the Genitourinary Tract
50. Rapid Identification Methods
51. Identification of an Unknown from a Clinical Sample
52. Microbes in Water: Multiple-Tube Technique
53. Microbes in Water: Membrane Filter Technique
54. Microbes in Food: Contamination
55. Microbes Used in the Production of Foods
56. Microbes in Soil: The Nitrogen and Sulfur Cycles
57. Microbes in Soil: Bioremediaton Appendices

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