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MSRIT Microbiology Sem 3
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1 Unit 1 Introduction The Scope of Microbiology, History of Microbiology, Microbial diversity and Taxonomy, Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes, Types of Microorganisms, Bacteria, Viruses, Fungi, Protozoa, Algae - their Structure, Classification, Modes of Reproduction & Significance VIEW CHAPTERS
2 Unit 2 Methods in Microbiology Basic principles of Microscopy, Bright-Field Microscopy, Dark- Field Microscopy, Phase-Contrast Microscopy, Fluorescence Microscopy, Electron Microscopy  SEM, TEM, Pure culture Techniques (streak-plate, spread plate, pour plate), Cultural characteristics, staining of Microorganisms (Simple staining, differential staining), types of stains, theories of staining, Enumeration of Microorganisms (Direct Microscopic Count, by Pour plate technique, Streak plate, membrane filtration, Electronic Methods, etc), Characterization: Biochemical tests and 16-s rRNA homology studies VIEW CHAPTERS
3 Unit 3 Microorganisms- Bacteria The morphology and fine structure of Bacteria, Cultivation of Bacteria, Media and types of media Nutritional requirements, Reproduction and Growth, Factors affecting growth, Measurement of growth, Microbial Metabolism, Aerobic and anaerobic growth, Metabolic pathwaysand oxidative phosphorylation, Gluconeogenesis  regulation of gluconeogenesis, Biosynthesis of polysaccharides VIEW CHAPTERS
4 Unit 4 Control of Microorganisms Control of Microorganisms by physical methods (heat, filtration, radiation), Control by chemical methods (phenol & phenolic compounds, Alcohols, Halogens, Dyes, Detergents, Aldehydes, Heavy metals, etc), Antibiotics and other chemotherapeutic agents VIEW CHAPTERS
5 Unit 5 Applications of Microbiology Microbiology of soil, Biofertilizers, Microbes in Bioremediation, Traditional microbial processes using yeasts and bacteria, Microbes as source of protein, Microbial Insecticides, Enzymes from microbes, primary and secondary metabolites, Clinical Microbiology, Pathogenesis of microorganisms, Human diseases caused by microbes viruses (HIV), bacteria (TB, Cholera and E,coli), Protozoans (Malaria and amebiasis) VIEW CHAPTERS
 
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