Microbiology: A Laboratory Manual (10th Edition)
Microbiology is a dynamic science. It is constantly evolving as more information is
added to the continuum of knowledge, and as microbiological techniques are rapidly modified and refined. The tenth edition of Microbiology: A Laboratory Manual continues to provide a blend of traditional methodologies with more contemporary procedures to meet the pedagogical needs of all students studying microbiology. As in previous editions, this laboratory manual provides a wide variety of critically selected and tested experiments suitable for undergraduate students in allied health programs, as well as elementary and advanced general microbiology courses.
This laboratory manual is designed to guide students in the development of manipulative skills and techniques essential for understanding the biochemical structure and function of a single cell. Its main goal is to encourage students to apply these laboratory skills in the vocational field of applied microbiology and allied health or to further pursue the study of life at the molecular level.
In this manual, comprehensive introductory material is given at the beginning of each major area of study, and specific explanations and detailed directions precede each experiment. This approach augments, enhances, and reinforces course lectures, enabling students to comprehend more readily the concepts and purposesof each experiment. This also provides a review aid if the laboratory and lecture sections are not taught concurrently. The manual should also reduce the time required forexplanations at the beginning of each laboratory session and thus make more time available for performing the experiments. Finally, care has been taken to design experimental procedures so that the supplies, equipment, and instrumentation commonly found in undergraduate institutions will suffice for their successful execution.
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