Tuesday, September 22, 2009

MICROBIOLOGY POWERPOINT LECTURES

  Lectures 1 & 2 — Introduction & History of Microbiology

  Koch's Postulates
  History of Antibiotics



  Lectures 3 & 4 — Structure of the Prokaryotic Cell

  Arrangement of bacterial flagella
  Comparison of gram-positive and gram-negative cells
  Comparison of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells



  Lecture 5 — Microbial Growth & Nutrition

  Table of Types of Culture Media



  Lecture 6 — Control of Microbial Growth

  Lectures 7, 8 & 9 — Microbial Metabolism

  Classes of enzymes
  Competitive inhibition
  General catabolic pathways
  Summary of Aerobic Metabolism (Same as your text Fig. 6.21)



  Lectures 10, 11 & 12 — Bacterial Genetics

  Lecture 10 —

  DNA/RNA Structure & Function



  DNA Replication
  RNA & Protein Synthesis (Transcription/Translation)



  Lecture 11 —

  Regulation of Gene Expression
  Mutation: Change in the Genetic Material






  Lecture 12 —

  Genetic Transfer & Recombination
  Genes & Evolution






  Lecture 13 — Biotechnology & Recombinant DNA

  Lectures 14, 15 & 16 — Virology

  Lecture 14 — Viral Biology

  DNA vs. RNA virus biosynthesis






  Lecture 15 — Bacteriophage & Transduction

  Electron micrograph of a T-even phage






  Lecture 16 — Animal and Plant Viruses; Prions

  Bacteriophage vs. animal virus multiplication
  Persistent viral infections of humans
  Oncogenic viruses
  Table of plant viruses






  Lecture 17 — Biotic Relationships: Classification

  Lecture 18 — Principles of Disease and Epidemiology

  NOVA: Ecosystem Disruption & Emerging Infectious Diseases



  Lecture 19 — Mechanisms of Microbial Pathogenicity

  Lecture 20 — Non-Specific Host Defenses

  Lectures 21 & 22 — Specific Defenses of the Host Immune Response

  Lecture 21 — Immunity and Antibodies

  Lecture 22 — Cell-Mediated Immunity

  Lecture 23 — Disorders of the Immune System

  Cancer
  HIV/AIDS



  Case History: Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Transmission













  Lecture 24 — Chemotherapy: Antimicrobial Drugs

  Lectures 25 & 26 — Environmental Microbiology

  Lecture 25 —

  Microbial Diversity
  Soil Microbiology & Biogeochemical Cycles
  Molecular Structures of Environmental Significance



  Basic Carbon-Oxygen Cycle
  Basic Nitrogen Cycle






  Lecture 26 —

  Aquatic Microbiology & Sewage Treatment
  Hydrothermal Vents






  Lecture 27 — Food Microbiology; Applied & Industrial Microbiology

More Microbiology lectures
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