What is the abbreviation for microbiology?
I have heard it referred to as Micro, and Microbio. It is abbreviated for courses (at my school, I am not sure about other schools) as MICB.
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\n. \n By-Products \n. \nA Biproduct or a chemical reaction is a substance(s) that is produced from the reaction. E.g. a product of Photosynthesis is Carbohydrates. a Biproduct is oxygen. Oxygen is not the reason or purpose of the the reaction, yet it is produced non the less as a bi product:\…n. \n6H2O + 6CO2 ----------> C6H12O6+ 6O2 (MORE)
Answer . Well, I would be tempted to say there are none but I am sure that every silver lining has a cloud. So, I would say that microbiology has very few disadvantages and that they are completely outweighted by all the numerous advantages. But, bio-weapons could be named. However there is evid…ence that the bodies of those who had died of the plague were tossed over city walls during a seige, definitely used as a bio-weapon long before microbiology. And, the famous smallpox-tainted blankets that fought the battles for Spain in South America are another example. But, with the addition of science we can now be more precise, although it is hard to get more deadly. Another disadvantage might be for the scientists themselves. They are in danger of exposure to a variety of different deadly or otherwise unpleasant agents. If they don't follow protocol or if something goes wrong then they can contract the illness they are studying. Get a first hand perspective, I suppose. (MORE)
The word micro means "small" and bio mean "life" and loge mean "study". It is the branch of science that deals with the study of small critters such as bacteria, virus, protozoa, fungi, algae etc.
French chemist Louis Pasteur was the creator of microbiological sciences and often referred to as the father of microbiology.
Mirobiology- the study of organisms not visible to the human eye.. Some Branches include:. Bacteriology. epidemiology. mycology. virology
Veterinary microbiologists study the microorganisms causing diseasein animals. These include bacteria, viruses, fungi, Prions(misfolded proteins), nematodes and other parasites.
Perfringens is a species of clostridium bacteria. It is a fecal colliform and can cause some nasty intestinal issues if ingested.
Microbiology began sometime in the 1600's with the invention of themicroscope. The first thing studied was probably long strands ofalgae and it wasn't until microscopes were readily available in the1800's that microbiology became of interest to scientists. Thefirst major discovery in microbiology ca…me from Louis Pasteur inthe late-1800s when he discovered bacteria were to blame for wineand dairy products spoiled. (MORE)
Microbiology is an area under the general science of Biology. It deals with the study of microorganisms (bacteria, fungi, viruses etc).
It is an arm of ecology that studies microscopic organisms in aquifers, reservoirs, wells, other drinking water systems, and fresh water biomes to determine that the waters are free of polluting microorganisms.
"Microbiology helps us with knowing about organisms other thanliving ones, and microscopic ones, like bacteria, so we don't getsick all of the time. Microbiology also helps us in warding offinfectious diseases, like the flu, because the flu has microscopicbacteria and viruses." . Microbiology is th…e study of life too small to be seen by thenaked (unaided) eye. . It typically studies bacteria, viruses, algae and yeast. Medicalmicrobiology examines the disease causing microbes. Marinemicrobiology explores microbes in the oceans and bays. Foodmicrobiology deals with microbes used to create food (i.e. yogurt,pickles, cheeses, beer & wine) . and also those that cause food borne illness. (MORE)
Louis Pasteur is commonly regarded as the father of microbiology. . There are very many people who can be considered to be the father of microbiology. For many centuries the idea of microorganisms existed. But before the microscope was developed they were not observed. In 1676 van Leeuwenhoek obser…ved bacteria using a simple microscope. Robert Hooke made the first observation and recorded it. Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch are often considered to be the fathers of microbiology. Pasteur disproved the theory of spontaneous generation . He produced several vaccines including one for anthrax and one for rabies. Koch is associated with the germ theory of disease . (MORE)
people study microbiology to learn about germs, bacteria, and viruses. it helps to know this stuff and try to stay healthy and learn to destroy stuff that makes you sicl and see how they work.
There are many benefits to microbiology. It helps better understandlife since many of the things it focuses on cannot be seen withouta microscope. It is invaluable to medicine with treating andpreventing illnesses and diseases. The amount of informationlearned about microbes also helps with growing …plants, and how theycan be used in food. (MORE)
microbiology is language of microbes. microbiology is branch deals with observation, studying and applications of microbes in fermentation. just we can imagine the nature with out microbes? no nature without microbes- just certain microbes ability to cause the disease by escaping our immune syst…em. this leads our immune system become more and more coordinated and will evaluate to kill microbes. microbes applying in the production of different amino acids, vitamins, antibiotics and so many other products. so microbial applications not harmful to nature like chemical applications. development of world is proportional to knowledge about microbes and their applications. (MORE)
is a branch of microbiology dealing with plant-associated microbes and plant and animal diseases. It also deals with the microbiology of soil fertility, such as microbial degradation of organic matter and soil nutrient transformations.
The purpose of microorganism is to study the tiny organisms that wecannot see with our eyes. By studying them we are able tounderstand how the given organisms affect us.
A vector is an organism that carries a pathogen to another livingorganism. The flea is a vector for worms in dogs.
bacteria is......EVERYWHERE! Only multicellular organisms can be seen with a naked eye. Over a thousand cells on a penny!
Microbiology is the study of microorganisms (eg bacteria, fungi, viruses). It involves both identifying new microorganisms and studying those already known to us, and is a very important area of scientific research. It also involves finding out how microbiology can be of use to humans, in areas su…ch as food production, immunisation, and health. In addition to this, microbiologists also investigate the spread of infection and illness caused by microorganisms, and ways to treat or prevent this. (MORE)
A colony is a group of identical bacteria (clones) which grow together into a visible cluster. Generally, a colony is grown on an nutrient agar plate (on a petri dish with bacteria food in it) such that it is large enough to see the bacteria. An additional type of colony is a "microcolony" which is …a term used for a group of the same bacteria which grown in the dirt. (MORE)
Microorganisms affect the well-being of people in many ways.Microbiology, the study of microorganisms, has helped us learn howto control or kill bad microbes and make maximum use of goodmicrobes.
Louis Pasteur . He demonstrated that life did not arise spontaneously from nonliving matter Antonie Phillips van Leewenhoek circa1759
Pharmaceutical Microbiology is the process of keepingpharmaceuticals sterile. It is the study of microorganisms and theminimizing of them.
Microbiology is the study of life which is too small with the naked eye. This can include Bacteria, Archaea and small Eukaryotes.
- Microbiology is mostly Kingdom Monera (Bacteria, viruses). . - Microbiologists also look at yeast (single celled eukaryotic cells), and protists. Basically anything that falls under microscopic view can fall under the category microbiology. . From: Ali Sabah Al-Takmachi, College: Medicine, UO…S (MORE)
Microbial culture helps to detrmine the type of organism or the abundance in a sample. It is the multiplication of microbes by allowing them to reproduce in a culture media under laboratory conditions.
A suspension of liquid droplets or small (< 5Âµm) particles in the air. Aerosolized biological agents may remain suspended in air for long periods and may travel long distances. Aerosol transmission occurs when particles containing a biological agent are inhaled by another person. Aerosols are typ…ically generated by coughing. However, aerosols can be weaponized in the case of an intentional attack with a biological weapon. (MORE)
Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - He was the first to observe microorganisms using a microscope. He is known as the Father of Microbiology. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - He was the first to observe microorganisms using a microscope. He is known as the Father of Microbiology. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - He …was the first to observe microorganisms using a microscope. He is known as the Father of Microbiology. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - He was the first to observe microorganisms using a microscope. He is known as the Father of Microbiology. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - He was the first to observe microorganisms using a microscope. He is known as the Father of Microbiology. Antonie van Leeuwenhoek - He was the first to observe microorganisms using a microscope. He is known as the Father of Microbiology. (MORE)
"AN in front of a word beginning with M is wrong and it is not Amicrobiology it is microbiology. It is a noun. Goodbye." . While the English grammar may not be ideal, the answer to yourintended question is that microbiology is the study of life toosmall to be seen by the unaided eye. . It usually …explores the life of bacteria and viruses, but canalso include fungi and algae. (MORE)
its that field of microbiology that is concerned with the origin, systematics and taxonomy of micro organisms
microbiology- the study of living organisms so small that you need a microscope to view them.. parasytology- study of living organisms that require the use of another living organism to sustain life and to reproduce.
Microbes, both "good" and "bad", are important to study for health reasons. "Bad" microbes cause disease, and it's good to know for example, how to keep surfaces like kitchens and hospitals free of infectious germs. Also it is good to know how microbes interact with the human body so one can prevent… or treat disease. Some bacteria are beneficial to health. For example, bacteria in yogurt can help intestinal health, skin health and to fight yeast infections in humans. Antibiotics are made of molds and can help fight "bad" bacteria. "Good" microbes are used in food production. Cheese, yogurt, alcoholic beverages and fermented foods all use microorganisms. It is good to know how to grow (or limit growth) to make fermented foods properly. (MORE)
Microbiologists with a BS degree often work at reference laboratories where consumer products are tested for contamination. They may also work in water testing or be trained further to work as medical technologists or quality control technologists. Further training can lead to work in food safety an…d research, environmental research, and human health and disease research at major food companies, pharmaceutical companies, the EPA, the CDC, the USDA, or companies that make health and beauty care or cleaning products. (MORE)
The study of small, living organisms that are too small to be seen with the naked eye. For the most part, this includes all prokaryotes and the eukaryotes fungi and protists. Viruses are also studied, although they aren't really classified as living.
The abbreviations M, C and S in a microbiology urine test meansmicroscopy, culture and sensitivity. The test is done to check fora urine infection.
Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms, such as fungi and bacteria. A microbiologist works primarily in a laboratory, analyzing the structure and processes of microorganisms, cellular tissue, proteins, and biological medicines. Some time is also spent outside of the laboratory, collect…ing cultures and air, soil, and water samples. Microbiologists design research measures and conduct experiments to learn more about the microscopic world. (MORE)
the detection of reliably measured molecular variations between microbial strains and their use to infer the origin, relationships, or transmission route of a particular isolate
what can ido after M.sc microbiology.is there are clinical courses.Or any short term reaserch courses in sydney.
To help us better understand the organisms too small to be seenby the naked (unaided) eye. These include bacteria, viruses, algaeand yeast. . Microbes are known to exist in just about every environment onearth and to have influence in health, food and theenvironment.
Turbidity is typically used with liquid cultures. The more turbid the culture, the more cells are in it is the general rule. Cells within a culture scatter the light going through the culture and make it harder to see through or "cloudy".
The pellicle is a thin layer covering the cell membrane in some protozoa allowing them to retain their shape. .
Fixation is performed to preserve cells in a sample and to and to make the cells permeable to reagents and probes, then samples can be stored for a certain period of time, while the cells remain intact. Generally the amount of time they can remain intact is unknown. Paraformaldehyde fixative is the …chemical that you use, along with NaOH and phosphate buffered saline. (MORE)
You'd have to be more specific in your question. However, disks areoften laden with antibiotics to see if a bacteria is resistant orsusceptible to that antibiotic. The disk is placed on a nutrientagar and then bacteria is spread onto that disk. If the bacteria issusceptible to that antiobiotic, it w…ill grow on the nutrientplate, but not around the disk containing the antibiotic. Thelarger the clear area around the disk, the more susceptible thebacteria is to that antibiotic. If it is resistant to thatantiobiotic, it will grow on the plate and adjacent to theantibiotic laden disk indicating that antibiotic is not effectivetowards that particular bacterial strain. In one such test the Adisk had bactracin. However, I am not comfortable saying that all Adisks have bactracin. How the disk is labeled may differ. (MORE)
Microbiological agents are bacteria, viruses, protozoa and other mostly small organisms which can be seen mostly only in the microscope. They can cause various diseases and disorders in the host's organism, or just use the host's organism without any harm, or even bringing positive effect to the hos…t's metabolism. (MORE)
MLT is another term for MALT 1 (Mucosa associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma translocation protein 1). This is a protein encoded for by a gene that is usually found rearranged with two other genes in MALT lymphomas (a type of cancer). If you want information on the gene itself I would go to a paper by… Baens et al. (MORE)
its DEFINITION and its: The branch of science that deals with microorganisms Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_bacteria_examples_of_multi-celled_organism#ixzz1boUNlQBD . hope this helps! :).
when an organism is expose to certain condition, for example bacteria, the organism will be temporary kill and will unable to reproduce, but after sometime it will regain his ability to reproduce.
Since microbiology is the study of life too small to be seen by the naked (unaided) eye, microbiology is literally everywhere on earth and perhaps on other planets. The variety of microorganisms is extremely diverse and been known to live in some of the coldest and hottest environments, including un…der the ice in Antartica to the hot springs. Indeed, microrganisms even live on our skin and within our gut. Some help us digest food. Mircorganisms were likely the earliest forms of life on our planet. (MORE)
"Micro" means small, in terms of size or scale. "Biology" simply means living things. Therefore, study of microbiology would indicate studying small living things. Usually, uni cell membrane is one example. Just thing that study of microbiology studies living things that can only be observed by micr…oscope. (MORE)