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Atlas of Bacteria: Introduction and List of Bacteria and Related Features

Atlas of Bacteria: The name ‘ Atlas of Bacteria’ is given even due to the vast spectrum of bacteriology but puny collection and another thing is that only an epic centre collection of my authentical performance. So, please if you have benefited from this atlas, let others know about it too and share them through social media. Atlas of Bacteria The name ‘ Atlas of Bacteria’ is given even due to the vast spectrum of bacteriology but puny collection and another thing is that only an epic centre collection of my authentical performance. So, please if you have benefited from this atlas, let others know about it too and share them through social media. List of Bacteria Staphylococcus aureus Staphylococcus saprophyticus Staphylococcus species (CoNS) Micrococcus species beta-hemolytic streptococci Streptococcus pyogenes Streptococcus  agalactiae Streptococcus species- viridans...

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Fungal Culture Preservation: Introduction, Techniques and Detals About Sterile Water Preservation Technique

Fungal Culture Preservation- The main objectives of fungal culture are to grow the organisms, isolate the organisms, and if necessary preserve the organisms. A fungal culture is a genetic resource and thus fungal culture preservation is applicable for the following purposes; Germplasm conservation Developmental studies Industrial Application Research programs Fungal Culture Preservation The main objectives of fungal culture are to grow the organisms, isolate the organisms, and if necessary preserve the organisms. A fungal culture is a genetic resource and thus fungal culture preservation is applicable for the following purposes; Germplasm conservation Developmental studies Industrial Application Research programs Fungal Culture Preservation Techniques  Fungal culture preservation techniques are as follows- Periodic serial subcultures Sterile water Sterile mineral oil overlay  Sterile soil or sand Silica gel Drying on organic...

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Microsporum: General Characteristics, Pathogenesis, Clinical Findings, Laboratory Diagnosis, Epidemiology, Prevention and Control

Microsporum: General Characteristics, Pathogenesis, Clinical Findings, Laboratory Diagnosis, Epidemiology, Prevention and Control  Introduction of Microsporum Microsporum is a genera  dermatophytes that causes dermatophytosis, or cutaneous infections  of the hair and skin.  They are ascomycetous molds that produce macroconidial spores that are unique to this group of dermatophytes, distinguishing them from Trichophyton and Epidermophyton. Microsporum spp. are keratolytic, meaning they contain keratinase, an enzyme that digests skin and hair particles, causing cutaneous diseases. Since it cannot develop in temperatures above 37°C, it is restricted to nonviable skin tissues as a dermatophyte....

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