Alcamo's fundamentals of microbiology
Alcamo's Fundamentals of Microbiology, Seventh Edition is written for introductory microbiology courses having an emphasis on the biology of human disease. It is geared toward students in health and allied health science curricula such as nursing, dental hygiene, medical assistance, sanitary science, agriculture, environmental science, and health administration. In addition, the text should provide a firm foundation for advanced programs in biological sciences, as well as medicine, dentistry, and other health professions. Sample course titles: bull; bull; Introduction to Microbiology (non-majors) bull; Microbiology for Allied Health/Nursing
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