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1. The Microbial World and You Microbes in Our Lives Naming and Classifying Microorganisms Nomenclature Types of Microorganisms Classification of Microorganisms A Brief History of Microbiology The First Observations The Debate over Spontaneous Generation The Golden Age of Microbiology The Birth of Modern Chemotherapy: Dreams of a "Magic Bullet" Modern Developments in Microbiology Microbes and Human Welfare Recycling Vital Elements Sewage Treatment: Using Microbes to Recycle Water Bioremediation: Using Microbes to Clean Up Pollutants Insect Pest Control by Microorganisms Modern Biotechnology and Recombinant DNA Technology Microbes and Human Disease Normal Microbiota Biofilms Infectious Diseases Emerging Infectious Diseases Study Outline Study Questions
2. Chemical Principles The Structure of Atoms Chemical Elements Electronic Configurations How Atoms Form Molecules: Chemical Bonds Ionic Bonds Covalent Bonds Hydrogen Bonds Molecular Weight and Moles Chemical Reactions Energy in Chemical Reactions Synthesis Reactions Decomposition Reactions Exchange Reactions The Reversibility of Chemical Reactions Important Biological Molecules Inorganic Compounds Water Acids, Bases, and Salts Acid-Base Balance: The Concept of pH Organic Compounds Structure and Chemistry Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic Acids Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP) Study Outline Study Questions
3. Observing Microorganisms Through a Microscope Units of Measurement Microscopy: The Instruments Light Microscopy Two-Photon Microscopy Scanning Acoustic Microscopy Electron Microscopy Scanned-Probe Microscopy Preparation of Specimens for Light Microscopy Preparing Smears for Staining Simple Stains Differential Stains Special Stains Study Outline Study Questions
4. Functional Anatomy of Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells Comparing Prokaryotic and Eukaryotic Cells: An Overview The Prokaryotic Cell The Size, Shape, and Arrangement of Bacterial Cells Structures External to the Cell Wall Glycocalyx Flagella Axial Filaments Fimbriae and Pili The Cell Wall Composition and Characteristics Cell Walls and the Gram Stain Mechanism Atypical Cell Walls Damage to the Cell Wall Structures Internal to the Cell Wall The Plasma (Cytoplasmic) Membrane The Movement of Materials across Membranes Cytoplasm The Nucleoid Ribosomes Inclusions Endospores The Eukaryotic Cell Flagella and Cilia The Cell Wall and Glycocalyx The Plasma (Cytoplasmic) Membrane Cytoplasm Ribosomes Organelles The Nucleus Endoplasmic Reticulum Golgi Complex Lysosomes Vacuoles Mitochondria Chloroplasts Peroxisomes Centrosome The Evolution of Eukaryotes Study Outline Study Questions
5. Microbial Metabolism Catabolic and Anabolic Reactions Enzymes Collision Theory Enzymes and Chemical Reactions Enzyme Specificity and Efficiency Naming Enzymes Enzyme Components Factors Influencing Enzymatic Activity Feedback Inhibition Ribozymes Energy Production Oxidation-Reduction Reactions The Generation of ATP Metabolic Pathways of Energy Production Carbohydrate Catabolism Glycolysis Additional Pathways to Glycolysis Cellular Respiration Fermentation Lipid and Protein Catabolism Biochemical Tests and Bacterial Identification Photosynthesis The Light-Dependent Reactions: Photophosphorylation The Light-Independent Reactions: The Calvin-Benson Cycle A Summary of Energy Production Mechanisms Metabolic Diversity among Organisms Photoautotrophs Photoheterotrophs Chemoautotrophs Chemoheterotrophs Metabolic Pathways of Energy Use Polysaccharide Biosynthesis Lipid Biosynthesis Amino Acid and Protein Biosynthesis Purine and Pyrimidine Biosynthesis The Integration of Metabolism Study Outline Study Questions
6. Microbial Growth The Requirements for Growth Physical Requirements Chemical Requirements Biofilms Culture Media Chemically Defined Media Complex Media Anaerobic Growth Media and Methods Special Culture Techniques Selective and Differential Media Enrichment Culture Obtaining Pure Cultures Preserving Bacterial Cultures The Growth of Bacterial Cultures Bacterial Division Generation Time Logarithmic Representation of Bacterial Populations Phases of Growth Direct Measurement of Microbial Growth Estimating Bacterial Numbers by Indirect Methods Study Outline Study Questions
7. The Control of Microbial Growth The Terminology of Microbial Control The Rate of Microbial Death Actions of Microbial Control Agents Alteration of Membrane Permeability Damage to Proteins and Nucleic Acids Physical Methods of Microbial Control Heat Filtration Low Temperatures High Pressure Desiccation Osmotic Pressure Radiation Chemical Methods of Microbial Control Principles of Effective Disinfection Evaluating a Disinfectant Types of Disinfectants Microbial Characteristics and Microbial Control Study Outline Study Questions
8. Microbial Genetics Structure and Function of the Genetic Material Genotype and Phenotype DNA and Chromosomes The Flow of Genetic Information DNA Replication RNA and Protein Synthesis The Regulation of Bacterial Gene Expression Pre-transcriptional Control Post-transcriptional Control Changes in Genetic Material Mutation Types of Mutations Mutagens The Frequency of Mutation Identifying Mutants Identifying Chemical Carcinogens Genetic Transfer and Recombination Transformation in Bacteria Conjugation in Bacteria Transduction in Bacteria Plasmids and Transposons Genes and Evolution Study Outline Study Questions
9. Biotechnology and DNA Technology Introduction to Biotechnology Recombinant DNA Technology An Overview of Recombinant DNA Procedures Tools of Biotechnology Selection Mutation Restriction Enzymes Vectors Polymerase Chain Reaction Techniques of Genetic Modification Inserting Foreign DNA into Cells Obtaining DNA Selecting a Clone Making a Gene Product Applications of DNA Technology Therapeutic Applications Genome Projects Scientific Applications Agricultural Applications Safety Issues and the Ethics of Using DNA Technology Study Outline Study Questions
10. Classification of Microorganisms The Study of Phylogenetic Relationships The Three Domains A Phylogenetic Tree Classification of Organisms Scientific Nomenclature The Taxonomic Hierarchy Classification of Prokaryotes Classification of Eukaryotes Classification of Viruses Methods of Classifying and Identifying Microorganisms Morphological Characteristics Differential Staining Biochemical Tests Serology Phage Typing Fatty Acid Profiles Flow Cytometry DNA Base Composition DNA Fingerprinting Nucleic Acid Amplification Tests (NAATs) Nucleic Acid Hybridization DNA Chips Putting Classification Methods Together Study Outline Study Questions
11. The Prokaryotes: Domains Bacteria and Archaea The Prokaryotic Groups Domain Bacteria Gram-Negative Bacteria Proteobacteria The Nonproteobacteria Gram-Negative Bacteria The Gram-Positive Bacteria Firmicutes (Low G + C Gram-Positive Bacteria) Actinobacteria (High G 1 C Gram-Positive Bacteria) Domain Archaea Diversity within the Archaea Microbial Diversity Discoveries Illustrating the Range of Diversity Study Outline Study Questions
12. The Eukaryotes: Fungi, Algae, Protozoa, and Helminths Fungi Characteristics of Fungi Medically Important Fungi Fungal Diseases Economic Effects of Fungi Lichens Algae Characteristics of Algae Selected Phyla of Algae Roles of Algae in Nature Protozoa Characteristics of Protozoa Medically Important Protozoa Slime Molds Helminths Characteristics of Helminths Platyhelminths Nematodes Arthropods as Vectors Study Outline Study Questions
13. Viruses, Viroids, and Prions General Characteristics of Viruses Host Range Viral Size Viral Structure Nucleic Acid Capsid and Envelope General Morphology Taxonomy of Viruses Isolation, Cultivation, and Identification of Viruses Growing Bacteriophages in the Laboratory Growing Animal Viruses in the Laboratory Viral Identification Viral Multiplication Multiplication of Bacteriophages Multiplication of Animal Viruses Viruses and Cancer The Transformation of Normal Cells into Tumor Cells DNA Oncogenic Viruses RNA Oncogenic Viruses Viruses to Treat Cancer Latent Viral Infections Persistent Viral Infections Prions Plant Viruses and Viroids Study Outline Study Questions
14. Principles of Disease and Epidemiology Pathology, Infection, and Disease Normal Microbiota Relationships between the Normal Microbiota and the Host Opportunistic Microorganisms Cooperation among Microorganisms The Etiology of Infectious Diseases Koch's Postulates Exceptions to Koch's Postulates Classifying Infectious Diseases Occurrence of a Disease Severity or Duration of a Disease Extent of Host Involvement Patterns of Disease Predisposing Factors Development of Disease The Spread of Infection Reservoirs of Infection Transmission of Disease Healthcare-Associated Infections (HAIs) Microorganisms in the Hospital Compromised Host Chain of Transmission Control of Healthcare-Associated Infections Emerging Infectious Diseases Epidemiology Descriptive Epidemiology Analytical Epidemiology Experimental Epidemiology Case Reporting The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Study Outline Study Questions
15. Microbial Mechanisms of Pathogenicity How Microorganisms Enter a Host Portals of Entry The Preferred Portal of Entry Numbers of Invading Microbes Adherence How Bacterial Pathogens Penetrate Host Defenses Capsules Cell Wall Components Enzymes Antigenic Variation Penetration into the Host Cell Cytoskeleton How Bacterial Pathogens Damage Host Cells Using the Host's Nutrients: Siderophores Direct Damage Production of Toxins Plasmids, Lysogeny, and Pathogenicity Pathogenic Properties of Viruses Viral Mechanisms for Evading Host Defenses Cytopathic Effects of Viruses Pathogenic Properties of Fungi, Protozoa, Helminths, and Algae Fungi Protozoa Helminths Algae Portals of Exit Study Outline Study Questions
16. Innate Immunity: Nonspecific Defenses of the Host The Concept of Immunity First Line of Defense: Skin and Mucous Membranes Physical Factors Chemical Factors Normal Microbiota and Innate Immunity Second Line of Defense Formed Elements in Blood The Lymphatic System Phagocytes Actions of Phagocytic Cells The Mechanism of Phagocytosis Microbial Evasion of Phagocytosis Inflammation Vasodilation and Increased Permeability of Blood Vessels Phagocyte Migration and Phagocytosis Tissue Repair Fever Antimicrobial Substances The Complement System Interferons Iron-Binding Proteins Antimicrobial Peptides Study Outline Study Questions
17. Adaptive Immunity: Specific Defenses of the Host The Adaptive Immune System Dual Nature of the Adaptive Immune System Overview of Humoral Immunity Overview of Cellular Immunity Cytokines: Chemical Messengers of Immune Cells Antigens and Antibodies Antigens Antibodies Humoral Immunity Response Process Clonal Selection of Antibody-Producing Cells The Diversity of Antibodies Antigen-Antibody Binding and Its Results Cellular Immunity Response Process Antigen-Presenting Cells (APCs) Classes of T Cells Extracellular Killing by the Immune System Antibody-Dependent Cell-Mediated Cytotoxicity Immunological Memory Types of Adaptive Immunity Study Outline Study Questions
18. Practical Applications of Immunology Vaccines Principles and Effects of Vaccination Types of Vaccines and Their Characteristics The Development of New Vaccines Vaccination Technologies Adjuvants Safety of Vaccines Diagnostic Immunology Immunologic-Based Diagnostic Tests Monoclonal Antibodies Precipitation Reactions Agglutination Reactions Neutralization Reactions Complement-Fixation Reactions Fluorescent-Antibody Techniques Enzyme-Linked Immunosorbent Assay (ELISA) Western Blotting (Immunoblotting) The Future of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Immunology Study Outline Study Questions
19. Disorders Associated with the Immune System Hypersensitivity Allergies and the Microbiome Type I (Anaphylactic) Reactions Preventing Anaphylactic Reactions Type II (Cytotoxic) Reactions Type III (Immune Complex) Reactions Type IV (Delayed Cell-Mediated) Reactions Autoimmune Diseases Cytotoxic Autoimmune Reactions Immune Complex Autoimmune Reactions Cell-Mediated Autoimmune Reactions Reactions Related to the Human Leukocyte Antigen (HLA) Complex Reactions to Transplantation Immunosuppression The Immune System and Cancer Immunotherapy for Cancer Immunodeficiencies Congenital Immunodeficiencies Acquired Immunodeficiencies Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) The Origin of AIDS HIV Infection Diagnostic Methods HIV Transmission AIDS Worldwide Preventing and Treating AIDS The AIDS Epidemic and the Importance of Scientific Research Study Outline Study Questions
20. Antimicrobial Drugs The History of Chemotherapy Antibiotic Use and Discovery Today Spectrum of Antimicrobial Activity The Action of Antimicrobial Drugs Inhibiting Cell Wall Synthesis Inhibiting Protein Synthesis Injuring the Plasma Membrane Inhibiting Nucleic Acid Synthesis Inhibiting the Synthesis of Essential Metabolites Common Antimicrobial Drugs Antibacterial Antibiotics: Inhibitors of Cell Wall Synthesis Antimycobacterial Antibiotics Inhibitors of Protein Synthesis Injury to the Plasma Membrane Nucleic Acid Synthesis Inhibitors Competitive Inhibition of Essential Metabolites Antifungal Drugs Antiviral Drugs Antiprotozoan and Antihelminthic Drugs Tests to Guide Chemotherapy The Diffusion Methods Broth Dilution Tests Resistance to Antimicrobial Drugs Mechanisms of Resistance Antibiotic Misuse Cost and Prevention of Resistance Antibiotic Safety Effects of Combinations of Drugs Future of Chemotherapeutic Agents Study Outline Study Questions
21. Microbial Diseases of the Skin and Eyes Structure and Function of the Skin Mucous Membranes Normal Microbiota of the Skin Microbial Diseases of the Skin Bacterial Diseases of the Skin Viral Diseases of the Skin Fungal Diseases of the Skin and Nails Parasitic Infestation of the Skin Microbial Diseases of the Eye Inflammation of the Eye Membranes: Conjunctivitis Bacterial Diseases of the Eye Other Infectious Diseases of the Eye Study Outline Study Questions
22. Microbial Diseases of the Nervous System Structure and Function of the Nervous System Bacterial Diseases of the Nervous System Bacterial Meningitis Tetanus Botulism Leprosy Viral Diseases of the Nervous System Poliomyelitis Rabies Arboviral Encephalitis Fungal Disease of the Nervous System Cryptococcus neoformans Meningitis (Cryptococcosis) Protozoan Diseases of the Nervous System African Trypanosomiasis Amebic Meningoencephalitis Nervous System Diseases Caused by Prions Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy and Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Disease Caused by Unidentified Agents Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Study Outline Study Questions
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