Burrows Textbook of Microbiology
Historical development of microbiology; Physical and chemical structure of bacteria; Growth of bacteria; Bacterial metabolism; Physical agents, bactericidal substances and chemotherapeutic drugs; Genetic and molecular aspects of bacterial heredity; Taxonomy of bacteria; Pathogenic microorganisms and disease; Epidemiology of infections disease; Microbiology of water and sewage; The microbiology of milk and food; Antigens, antibodies and complement: their nature and interaction; Antibody formation and the immune; Immunity and hypersensitivity; The staphylococci; streptococci; Neisseria: the gram-negative payhogenic cocci.
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