Fundamentals of microbiology / Jeffrey C. PommervillePublisher: Burlington [Massachusetts] Jones & Bartlett Learning ©201Edition: 11th edition.ISBN: 9781284100952.Subject(s): Microbiologia industrial | Microbiologia | MicroorganismosDDC classification: 579
|Item type||Current location||Collection||Call number||Vol info||Copy number||Status||Date due||Barcode||Item holds|
|Reserve Book||B. Campus los Cerros Colección general||Colección general||579 P771 (Browse shelf)||11th edition 2018||1||Available||0000055260|
Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Fundamentals of Microbiology, Eleventh Edition Includes Navigate 2 Advantage Access
Include glossary, index and appendixes. - - Appendix A. - - Metric measurement and temperature conversion chart. - - B. CDC. Summary of notifiable diseases in the United States 2014. - - C. Pronouncing organism names. - - D. Answers to self-test questions. - - E. Answers to clinical case, investigating the microbial world, and microbial world, and microInquiri questions. - - F. Answers to chapter challenge questions.
Foundations of microbiology. - - The genetics of microorganisms. - - The control of microorganisms. - - Bacterial diseases of humans. - - Viruses and eukaryotic microorganisms. - - Interactions and impact of microorganisms with humans. - - Environmental and applied microbiology.
Pommerville's Fundamentals of Microbiology has done it again, as the easy choice for introductory microbiology was just made easier. Now with a new modern and intuitive design, a deeper focus on career application, and exciting new features, the Eleventh Edition has raised the bar for introductory microbiology textbooks. Fundamentals of Microbiology is a true learning solution. Jeff Pommerville invites you to discover microbiology as no other author can, with his relatable examples and smooth writing style. Features such as Investigating the Microbial World, MicroInquiry, and Chapter Challenges are student-friendly resources designed to teach concepts and encourage practical application. Instructors will be pleased to find the organizational framework of the text reflects the Curriculum Guidelines for Undergraduate Microbiology as recommended by the American Society for Microbiology and also addresses the AAAS "Vision and Change" recommendations.