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Laboratory Exercises in Microbiology

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Laboratory Exercises in Microbiology
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Publisher: CUNY Academic Works
Number of pages: 195

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The exercises in this laboratory manual are designed to engage students in hand-on activities that reinforce their understanding of the microbial world. Topics covered include: staining and microscopy, metabolic testing, physical and chemical control of microorganisms, and immunology. The target audience is primarily students preparing for a career in the health sciences.

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