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Introduction to Microbiology
Types of Microorganisms
Physiology of Microorganisms
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aerobic agar agents algae amino acids anaerobic animals antibiotics antibodies antigen bacteria bacterial cell bacterium blood cells body called carbon cause disease cell membrane cell wall cellular cellular respiration chemical Chemotrophs chromosomes Clostridium cocci coli complement compounds contain culture cytoplasm damage destroy diphtheria disinfection energy environment enzymes epidemic eucaryotic eucaryotic cells exotoxins fever flagella function fungi genes genetic material glucose gonorrhea gram-negative growth hospital host human hydrogen hypersensitivity immune infections influenza inhibit intestine invade laboratory lipids living metabolic microbes microbiology microorganisms microscope molecules motile mucous membranes normal flora nutrients organelle organisms oxygen particles pathogens patient penicillin person phage phagocytes plants pneumonia polysaccharide present procaryotic produce protect protein protozoa reaction respiratory ribosomes secretions serum skin species specimen spores staphylococci sterile Streptococcus substances susceptible synthesize syphilis techniques temperature tetracyclines tissues toxin tuberculosis types urine usually vaccine viral virulence virus viruses yeasts