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By Paul G. Engelkirk
Designed for associate-degree MLT/CLT courses and baccalaureate MT/CLS courses, this textbook provides the necessities of scientific microbiology. It presents balanced assurance of particular teams of microorganisms and the work-up of scientific specimens by way of organ procedure, and in addition discusses the function of the microbiology laboratory in regard to rising infections, healthcare epidemiology, and bioterrorism. medical case reports and self-assessment questions exhibit the way to contain the data into daily perform. greater than four hundred illustrations and visible details screens increase the textual content. necessities containers, bankruptcy outlines, keywords, summaries, and different research aids support scholars continue info. A bound-in CD-ROM contains extra evaluation questions, case reports, and internet hyperlinks.
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List six bacterial exotoxins and the diseases they cause BIOFILMS AND POLYMICROBIAL (SYNERGISTIC) INFECTIONS INFECTIOUS DISEASES VERSUS MICROBIAL INTOXICATIONS Recall from Chapter 1 that pathogens cause two general categories of diseases: microbial intoxications and infectious diseases. A microbial intoxication is a disease that follows ingestion of a toxin that was produced in vitro (outside the body) by a pathogen. 1 FoodMicrobial intoxications are borne botulism is an diseases that follow ingestion of example of a microtoxins produced outside of the bial intoxication.
Procaryotic bacterial cell walls are more complex, containing peptidoglycan and, in some cases, lipopolysaccharides. • In the binomial system of nomenclature, the first name is the genus, the second name is the specific epithet, and the two names together represent the species. • Taxonomic classification of organisms separates them into kingdoms, divisions, orders, classes, families, genera, and species, based on their characteristics, attributes, properties, and traits. • In the five-kingdom system of classification, microorganisms are found in the first three kingdoms— Procaryotae (bacteria), Protista (algae and protozoa), and Fungi.
Rickettsias invade and live within endothelial cells and vascular smooth muscle cells. Rickettsias are capable of synthesizing proteins, nucleic acids, and adenosine triphosphate (ATP),4 but are thought to require an intracellular environment because they possess an unusual membrane transport system (they are said to have “leaky” membranes). Different species and serotypes of chlamydiae invade different types of cells, such as conjunctival epithelial cells or cells of the respiratory or genital tract.