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BRIEF CONTENTS
 1	A Brief History of Microbiology 000
 2	The Chemistry of Microbiology 000
 3	Cell Structure and Function 000
 4	Microscopy, Staining, and Classification 000
 5	Microbial Metabolism 000
 6	Microbial Nutrition and Growth 000
 7	Microbial Genetics 000
 8	Recombinant DNA Technology 000
 9	Controlling Microbial Growth in the Environment 000
10	Controlling Microbial Growth in the Body: Antimicrobial Drugs 000
11	Characterizing and Classifying Prokaryotes 000
12	Characterizing and Classifying Eukaryotes 000
13	Characterizing and Classifying Viruses, Viroids, and Prions 000
14	Infection, Infectious Diseases, and Epidemiology 000
15	Nonspecific Lines of Defense 000
16	Specific Defense: The Immune Response 000
17	Immunization and Immune Testing 000
18	Hypersensitivities, Autoimmune Diseases, and Immune Deficiencies 000
19	Microbial Diseases of the Skin 000
20	Microbial Diseases of the Nervous System 000
21	Microbial Cardiovascular and Systemic Diseases 000
22	Microbial Diseases of the Respiratory System 000
23	Microbial Diseases of the Digestive System 000
24	Microbial Diseases of the Urinary and Reproductive Systems 000
25	Applied and Environmental Microbiology 000
Appendix A Metabolic Pathways A-1
Appendix B Some Mathematical Considerations in Microbiology B-1
Appendix C Classification of Bacteria According to Bergey's Manual C-1
Appendix D Major Microbial Agents of Disease by Body System Affected D-1
Appendix E Answers to End-of-Chapter Questions for Review E-1
Glossary G-1
Index I-1
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
A Brief History of Microbiology 000
The Early Years of Microbiology 000
What Does Life Really Look Like? 000
How Can Microbes Be Classified? 000
The Golden Age of Microbiology 000
Is Spontaneous Generation of Microbial Life Possible? 000
What Causes Fermentation? 000
What Causes Disease? 000
How Can We Prevent Infection and Disease? 000
The Modern Age of Microbiology 000
What Are the Basic Chemical Reactions of Life? 000
How Do Genes Work? 000
What Roles Do Microorganisms Play in the Environment? 000
How Do We Defend Against Disease? 000
What Will the Future Hold? 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 2
The Chemistry of Microbiology 000
Atoms 000
Atomic Structure 000
Isotopes 000
Electron Configurations 000
Chemical Bonds 000
Nonpolar Covalent Bonds 000
Polar Covalent Bonds 000
Ionic Bonds 000
Hydrogen Bonds 000
Chemical Reactions 000
Synthesis Reactions 000
Decomposition Reactions 000
Exchange Reactions 000
Water, Acids, Bases, and Salts 000
Water 000
Acids and Bases 000
Salts 000
Organic Macromolecules 000
Functional Groups and Monomers 000
Lipids 000
Carbohydrates 000
Proteins 000
Nucleic Acids 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 3
Cell Structure and Function 000
Processes of Life 000
Eukaryotic and Prokaryotic Cells: An Overview 000
External Structures of Prokaryotic Cells 000
Glycocalyces 000
Flagella 000
Fimbriae and Pili 000
Prokaryotic Cell Walls 000
Bacterial Cell Walls 000
Archaeal Cell Walls 000
Prokaryotic Cytoplasmic Membranes 000
Structure 000
Function 000
Cytoplasm of Prokaryotes 000
Cytosol 000
Inclusions 000
Nonmembranous Organelles 000
External Structures of Eukaryotic Cells 000
Glycocalyces 000
Flagella 000
Cilia 000
Eukaryotic Cell Walls and Cytoplasmic Membranes 000
Cytoplasm of Eukaryotes 000
Nonmembranous Organelles 000
Membranous Organelles 000
Endosymbiotic Theory 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 4
Microscopy, Staining, and Classification 000
Units of Measurement 000
Microscopy 000
General Principles of Microscopy 000
Light Microscopy 000
Electron Microscopy 000
Probe Microscopy 000
Staining 000
Preparing Specimens for Staining 000
Principles of Staining 000
Simple Stains 000
Differential Stains 000
Special Stains 000
Staining for Electron Microscopy 000
Classification and Identification of Microorganisms 000
Linnaeus, Whitaker, and Taxonomic Categories 000
Domains 000
Taxonomic and Identifying Characteristics 000
Taxonomic Keys 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 5
Microbial Metabolism 000
Basic Chemical Reactions Underlying Metabolism 000
Catabolism and Anabolism 000
Oxidation and Reduction Reactions 000
ATP Production and Energy Storage 000
The Roles of Enzymes in Metabolism 000
Carbohydrate Catabolism 000
Glycolysis 000
Alternatives to Glycolysis 000
Cellular Respiration 000
Fermentation 000
Other Catabolic Pathways 000
Lipid Catabolism 000
Protein Catabolism 000
Photosynthesis 000
Chemicals and Structures 000
Light-Dependent Reactions 000
Light-Independent Reactions 000
Other Anabolic Pathways 000
Carbohydrate Biosynthesis 000
Lipid Biosynthesis 000
Amino Acid Biosynthesis 000
Nucleotide Biosynthesis 000
Integration and Regulation of Metabolic Functions 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 6
Microbial Nutrition and Growth 000
Growth Requirements 000
Nutrients: Chemical and Energy Requirements 000
Physical Requirements 000
Ecological Associations 000
Culturing Microorganisms 000
Clinical Sampling 000
Obtaining Pure Cultures 000
Culture Media 000
Special Culture Techniques 000
Preserving Cultures 000
Growth of Microbial Populations 000
Mathematical Considerations in Population Growth 000
Generation Time 000
Phases of Microbial Growth 000
Measuring Microbial Growth 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 7
Microbial Genetics 000
The Structure and Replication of Genomes 000
The Structure of Nucleic Acids 000
The Structure of Prokaryotic Genomes 000
The Structure of Eukaryotic Genomes 000
DNA Replication 000
Gene Function 000
The Relationship Between Genotype and Phenotype 000
The Transfer of Genetic Information 000
The Events in Transcription 000
Translation 000
Control of Transcription 000
Mutations of Genes 000
Types of Mutations 000
Effects of Mutations 000
Mutagens 000
Frequency of Mutation 000
DNA Repair 000
Identifying Mutants, Mutagens, and Carcinogens 000
Genetic Recombination and Transfer 000
Horizontal Gene Transfer Among Prokaryotes 000
Transposons and Transposition 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 8
Recombinant DNA Technology 000
The Role of Recombinant DNA Technology in Biotechnology 000
The Tools of Recombinant DNA Technology 000
Mutagens 000
The Use of Reverse Transcriptase to Synthesize cDNA 000
Synthetic Nucleic Acids 000
Restriction Enzymes 000
Vectors 000
Gene Libraries 000
Techniques of Recombinant DNA Technology 000
Multiplying DNA in vitro: The Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) 000
Selecting a Clone of Recombinant Cells 000
Separating DNA Molecules: Gel Electrophoresis and the Southern Blot 000
Inserting DNA into Cells 000
Applications of Recombinant DNA Technology 000
Genome Mapping 000
Pharmaceutical and Therapeutic Applications 000
Agricultural Applications 000
The Ethics and Safety of Recombinant DNA Technology 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 9
Controlling Microbial Growth in the Environment 000
Basic Principles of Microbial Control 000
Terminology of Microbial Control 000
Microbial Death Rates 000
Action of Antimicrobial Agents 000
The Selection of Microbial Control Methods 000
Factors Affecting the Efficacy of Antimicrobial Methods 000
Methods for Evaluating Disinfectants and Antiseptics 000
Physical Methods of Microbial Control 000
Heat-Related Methods 000
Refrigeration and Freezing 000
Desiccation and Lyophilization 000
Filtration 000
Osmotic Pressure 000
Radiation 000
Chemical Methods of Microbial Control 000
Phenol and Phenolics 000
Alcohols 000
Halogens 000
Oxidizing Agents 000
Surfactants 000
Heavy Metals 000
Aldehydes 000
Gaseous Agents 000
Antimicrobials 000
Development of Resistant Microbes 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 10
Controlling Microbial Growth in the Body: Antimicrobial Drugs 000
The History of Antimicrobial Agents 000
Mechanisms of Antimicrobial Action 000
Inhibition of Cell Wall Synthesis 000
Inhibition of Protein Synthesis 000
Disruption of Cytoplasmic Membranes 000
Inhibition of Metabolic Pathways 000
Inhibition of Nucleic Acid Synthesis 000
Prevention of Virus Attachment 000
Clinical Considerations in Prescribing Antimicrobial Drugs 000
Spectrum of Action 000
Efficacy 000
Routes of Administration 000
Safety and Side Effects 000
Resistance to Antimicrobial Drugs 000
The Development of Resistance in Populations 000
Mechanisms of Resistance 000
Multiple Resistance and Cross Resistance 000
Retarding Resistance 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 11
Characterizing and Classifying Prokaryotes 000
General Characteristics of Prokaryotic Organisms 000
Morphology of Prokaryotic Cells 000
Reproduction of Prokaryotic Cells 000
Arrangements of Prokaryotic Cells 000
Endospores 000
Modern Prokaryotic Classification 000
Survey of Archaea 000
Extremophiles 000
Methanogens 000
Survey of Bacteria 000
Deeply Branching and Phototrophic Bacteria 000
Low G + C Gram-Positive Bacteria 000
High G + C Gram-Positive Bacteria 000
Gram-Negative Proteobacteria 000
Other Gram-Negative Bacteria 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 12
Characterizing and Classifying Eukaryotes 000
General Characteristics of Eukaryotic Organisms 000
Reproduction in Eukaryotes 000
The Classification of Eukaryotic Organisms 000
Protozoa 000
Distribution of Protozoa 000
Morphology of Protozoa 000
Nutrition of Protozoa 000
Reproduction in Protozoa 000
Classification of Protozoa 000
Fungi 000
The Significance of Fungi 000
Morphology of Fungi 000
Nutrition of Fungi 000
Reproduction in Fungi 000
Classification of Fungi 000
Lichens 000
Algae 000
Distribution of Algae 000
Morphology of Algae 000
Reproduction in Algae 000
Classification of Algae 000
Water Molds and Slime Molds 000
Water Molds 000
Slime Molds 000
Other Eukaryotes of Microbiological Interest: Parasitic Helminths and Vectors 000
Arachnids 000
Insects 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 13
Characterizing and Classifying Viruses, Viroids, and Prions 000
Characteristics of Viruses 000
Genetic Material of Viruses 000
Hosts of Viruses 000
Sizes of Viruses 000
Capsid Morphology 000
Viral Shapes 000
The Viral Envelope 000
Classification of Viruses 000
Viral Replication 000
Lytic Replication of Bacteriophages 000
Lysogeny 000
Replication of Animal Viruses 000
The Role of Viruses in Cancer 000
Culturing Viruses in the Laboratory 000
Culturing Viruses in Whole Organisms 000
Culturing Viruses in Embryonated Chicken Eggs 000
Culturing Viruses in Cell (Tissue) Culture 000
Other Parasitic Particles: Viroids and Prions 000
Characteristics of Viroids 000
Characteristics of Prions 000
Are Viruses Alive? 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 14
Infection, Infectious Diseases, and Epidemiology 000
Symbiotic Relationships Between Microbes and Their Hosts 000
Types of Symbiosis 000
Normal Microbiota in Hosts 000
How Normal Microbiota Become Opportunistic Pathogens 000
The Movement of Microbes into Hosts: Infection 000
Exposure to Microbes: Contamination and Infection 000
Portals of Entry 000
The Role of Adhesion in Infection 000
The Nature of Infectious Disease 000
Manifestations of Disease: Symptoms, Signs, and Syndromes 000
Causation of Disease: Etiology 000
Virulence Factors of Infectious Agents 000
The Stages of Infectious Diseases 000
The Movement of Pathogens Out of Hosts: Portals of Exit 000
Sources of Infectious Diseases in Humans 000
Animal Reservoirs 000
Human Carriers 000
Nonliving Reservoirs 000
Modes of Infectious Disease Transmission 000
Contact Transmission 000
Vehicle Transmission 000
Vector Transmission 000
Classification of Infectious Diseases 000
Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases 000
Frequency of Disease 000
Epidemiological Studies 000
Hospital Epidemiology: Nosocomial Infections 000
Epidemiology and Public Health 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 15
Nonspecific Lines of Defense 000
An Overview of the Body's Defenses 000
The Body's First Line of Defense 000
The Role of Skin in Nonspecific Defense 000
The Role of Mucous Membranes in Nonspecific Defense 000
The Role of Normal Microbiota in Nonspecific Defense 000
Other First-Line Defenses 000
An Overview of the Body's Second Line of Defense 000
Defense Components of Blood 000
The Body's Second Line of Defense 000
Phagocytosis 000
Extracellular Killing by Leukocytes 000
Nonspecific Chemical Defenses Against Pathogens 000
Inflammation 000
Fever 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 16
Specific Defense: The Immune Response 000
Elements of Specific Immunity 000
Antigens 000
The Cells, Tissues, and Organs of the Lymphatic System 000
B Lymphocytes (B Cells) and Antibodies 000
T Lymphocytes (T Cells) 000
Immune System Cytokines 000
The Body's Preparation for a Specific Immune Response 000
Lymphocyte Editing by Clonal Deletion 000
The Roles of the Major Histocompatibility Complex 000
Antigen Processing 000
The Humoral Immune Response 000
B Cell Activation and Clonal Selection 000
Memory B Cells and the Establishment of Immunological Memory 000
The Cell-Mediated Immune Response 000
The Perforin-Granzyme Cytotoxic Pathway 000
The CD95 Cytotoxic Pathway 000
Memory T Cells 000
T Cell Regulation 000
Types of Acquired Immunity 000
Naturally Acquired Active Immunity 000
Naturally Acquired Passive Immunity 000
Artificially Acquired Active Immunity 000
Artificially Acquired Passive Immunity 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 17
Immunization and Immune Testing 000
Immunization 000
Brief History of Immunization 000
Active Immunization 000
Passive Immunization 000
Immune Testing 000
Precipitation Tests 000
Agglutination Tests 000
Neutralization Tests 000
The Complement Fixation Test 000
Labeled Antibody Tests 000
Recent Developments in Immune Testing 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 18
Hypersensitivities, Autoimmune Diseases, and Immune Deficiencies 000
Hypersensitivities 000
Type I (Immediate) Hypersensitivity 000
Type II (Cytotoxic) Hypersensitivity 000
Type III (Immune Complex-Mediated) Hypersensitivity 000
Type IV (Delayed or Cell-Mediated) Hypersensitivity 000
Autoimmune Diseases 000
Causes of Autoimmune Diseases 000
Single-Tissue Autoimmune Diseases 000
Systemic Autoimmune Diseases 000
Immunodeficiency Diseases 000
Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases 000
Acquired Immunodeficiency Diseases 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 19
Microbial Diseases of the Skin 000
Structure of the Skin 000
Normal Microbiota of the Skin 000
Bacterial Diseases of the Skin 000
Folliculitis 000
Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome 000
Impetigo (Pyoderma) and Erysipelas 000
Necrotizing Fasciitis 000
Acne 000
Cat Scratch Disease 000
Pseudomonas Infection 000
Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever 000
Cutaneous Anthrax 000
Viral Diseases of the Skin 000
Diseases of Poxviruses 000
Herpes Infections 000
Warts 000
Chickenpox and Shingles 000
Rubella 000
Measles (Rubeola) 000
Other Viral Rashes 000
Mycoses of the Hair, Nails, and Skin 000
Superficial Mycoses 000
Cutaneous and Subcutaneous Mycoses 000
Parasitic Infestations of the Skin 000
Leishmaniasis 000
Scabies 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 20
Microbial Diseases of the Nervous System 000
Structure of the Nervous System 000
Structures of the Central Nervous System 000
Structures of the Peripheral Nervous System 000
Cells of the Nervous System 000
Portals of Infection of the Central Nervous System 000
Bacterial Diseases of the Nervous System 000
Bacterial Meningitis 000
Hansen's Disease (Leprosy) 000
Botulism 000
Tetanus 000
Viral Diseases of the Nervous System 000
Viral Meningitis 000
Poliomyelitis 000
Rabies 000
Arboviral Encephalitis 000
Mycoses of the Nervous System 000
Cryptococcal Meningitis 000
Protozoan Diseases of the Nervous System 000
African Sleeping Sickness 000
Primary Amoebic Meningoencephalopathy 000
Prion Disease 000
Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (vCJD) 000
Microbial Diseases of the Eyes 000
Structure of the Eye 000
Trachoma 000
Other Microbial Diseases of the Eyes 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 21
Microbial Cardiovascular and Systemic Diseases 000
Structures of the Cardiovascular System 000
Structure of the Heart 000
Movement of Blood and Lymph 000
Bacterial Cardiovascular and Systemic Diseases 000
Septicemia, Bacteremia, and Toxemia 000
Endocarditis 000
Gas Gangrene 000
Brucellosis 000
Tularemia 000
Plague 000
Lyme Disease 000
Viral Cardiovascular and Systemic Diseases 000
Infectious Mononucleosis 000
Cytomegalovirus Disease 000
Yellow Fever 000
Dengue Fever and Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever 000
African Viral Hemorrhagic Fevers 000
Protozoan and Helminthic Cardiovascular and Systemic Diseases 000
Malaria 000
Toxoplasmosis 000
Chagas' Disease 000
Schistosomiasis 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 22
Microbial Diseases of the Respiratory System 000
Structures of the Respiratory System 000
Structure of the Upper Respiratory System, Sinuses, and Ears 000
Structures of the Lower Respiratory System 000
Normal Microbiota of the Respiratory System 000
Bacterial Diseases of the Upper Respiratory System, Sinuses, and Ears 000
Streptococcal Respiratory Diseases 000
Diphtheria 000
Sinusitis and Otitis Media 000
Viral Diseases of the Upper Respiratory System 000
Common Cold 000
Bacterial Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System 000
Bacterial Pneumonias 000
Legionellosis (Legionnaire's Disease) 000
Tuberculosis 000
Pertussis (Whooping Cough) 000
Inhalational Anthrax 000
Viral Diseases of the Lower Respiratory System 000
Influenza 000
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) 000
Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection 000
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome (HPS) 000
Other Viral Respiratory Diseases 000
Mycoses of the Lower Respiratory System 000
Coccidioidomycosis 000
Blastomycosis 000
Histoplasmosis 000
Pneumocystis Pneumonia (PCP) 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 23
Microbial Diseases of the Digestive System 000
Structures of the Digestive System 000
The Gastrointestinal Tract 000
The Accessory Digestive Organs 000
Normal Microbiota of the Digestive System 000
Bacterial Diseases of the Digestive System 000
Dental Caries, Gingivitis, and Periodontal Disease 000
Peptic Ulcers 000
Bacterial Gastroenteritis 000
Bacterial Food Poisoning (Intoxication) 000
Viral Diseases of the Digestive System 000
Oral Herpes 000
Mumps 000
Viral Gastroenteritis 000
Viral Hepatitis 000
Protozoan Diseases of the Intestinal Tract 000
Giardiasis 000
Cryptosporidiosis 000
Amebiasis 000
Helminthic Infestations of the Intestinal Tract 000
Tapeworm Infestations 000
Pinworm Infestations 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 24
Microbial Diseases of the Urinary and Reproductive Systems 000
Structures of the Urinary and Reproductive Systems 000
Structures of the Urinary System 000
Structures of the Reproductive Systems 000
Normal Microbiota of the Urinary and Reproductive Systems 000
Bacterial Diseases of the Urinary System 000
Bacterial Urinary Tract Infections 000
Leptospirosis 000
Streptococcal Acute Glomerulonephritis 000
Nonvenereal Diseases of the Reproductive Systems 000
Staphylococcal Toxic Shock Syndrome 000
Bacterial Vaginosis 000
Candidiasis 000
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) 000
Bacterial STDs 000
Gonorrhea 000
Syphilis 000
Chlamydial Infections 000
Chancroid 000
Viral STDs 000
Genital Herpes 000
Genital Warts 000
Protozoan STD 000
Trichomoniasis 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
CHAPTER 25
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 000
Food Microbiology 000
The Roles of Microorganisms in Food Production 000
The Causes and Prevention of Food Spoilage 000
Food-Borne Illnesses 000
Industrial Microbiology 000
The Roles of Microbes in Industrial Fermentations 000
Industrial Products of Microorganisms 000
Water and Wastewater Treatment 000
Bioremediation 000
The Problem of Acid Mine Drainage 000
Environmental Microbiology 000
Microbial Ecology 000
The Roles of Microorganisms in Biogeochemical Cycles 000
Soil Microbiology 000
Aquatic Microbiology 000
Biological Warfare and Bioterrorism 000
Assessing Microorganisms as Potential Agents of Warfare or Terror 000
Known Microbial Threats 000
Defense Against Bioterrorism 000
The Roles of Recombinant Genetic Technology in Bioterrorism 000
Chapter Summary 000
Questions for Review 000
BOXES
New Frontiers
	1.1	Bioterrorism 000
	3.1	Understanding Biofilms 000
	4.1	"Smart" Bandages of the Future 000
	5.1	Gold-Mining Microbes 000
	6.1	Is There Life on Other Planets? 000
	6.2	Biofilms, Quorum Sensing, and Disease Prevention 000
	7.1	Controlling Disease by Controlling Gene Expression 000
	8.1	Building a Better Mosquito 000
	8.2	Using the Human Genome to Detect Disease-Causing Microbes 000
	8.3	Vaccines on the Menu 000
	10.1	The AIDS "Cocktail" and the Problem of Drug Resistance 000
	11.1	Lactobacillus: A Probiotic to Watch 000
	12.1	Amoeba Midwives 000
	13.1	High-Pressure Viruses 000
	16.1	Attacking Cancer with Lab-Grown T Cells 000
	17.1	Listening for Pathogens 000
	18.1	Can Pets Help Decrease Children's Allergy Risks? 000
	18.2	When Kissing Triggers Allergic Reactions 000
	20.1	New Diseases from the Wild 000
	21.1	The "Germ Theory" of Heart Disease 000
	23.1	In Search of a Malaria Vaccine 000
	24.1	The Importance of Adenoviruses in Research 000
	25.1	West Nile Virus and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) 000
	25.2	Nipah Virus: From Pigs to Humans 000
	26.1	Making Blue Jeans "Green" 000
	26.2	Bacterial Batteries 000
	26.3	Could Bioterrorists Manufacture Viruses from Scratch? 000
Highlights
	2.1	Raw Oysters and Antacids: a Deadly Mix? 000
	2.2	Why Can't We Digest Wood? 000
	3.1	Are Viruses Alive? 000
	3.2	Unusual Giants 000
	4.1	"One of the Most Important Inventions of the Century" 000
	4.2	Woese's Taxonomic Revolution 000
	5.1	Glowing Bacteria 000
	5.2	What's that Fishy Smell? 000
	6.1	Some Like it Hot: Extreme Thermophiles 000
	7.1	Understanding the Central Dogma: It's (No Longer) Greek to Me 000
	8.1	Does Genetically Modified Corn Harm Monarch Butterflies? 000
	9.1	Odwalla's Road to Pasteurization 000
	9.2	Sushi: A Case Study in Microbial Control 000
	9.3	Should You Use Antimicrobial Soaps? 000
	10.1	Why Do Microbes Make Antibiotics? 000
	10.2	Ciprofloxacin and Anthrax 000
	11.1	Botulinum Toxin: A Killer and a Healer 000
	12.1	Truffles: The Gourmet Fungi 000
	13.1	Prescription Bacteriophages? 000
	13.2	Kuru and Cannibalism in the Fore Tribe of Papua New Guinea 000
	14.1	A Tale of Two Organisms 000
	15.1	What Happens to All That Skin? 000
	15.2	The Discovery of Phagocytes 000
	15.3	The Fight for Iron 000
	16.1	The Loss of Helper T Cells in AIDS Patients 000
	17.1	Why Isn't There a Cold Vaccine? 000
	17.2	Smallpox: To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate? 000
	18.1	SCID: "Bubble Boy" Disease 000
	20.1	The Tale of "Typhoid Mary" 000
	22.1	Does "Killer Mold" Exist? 000
	24.1	The "Gift" of Smallpox: Bioterrorism During the French and Indian War 000
	24.2	Reye's Syndrome: Can Aspirin Harm Children with Viral Diseases? 000
	25.1	Rabies: A Threat from the Wild 000
	26.1	Oil-Eating Bacteria to the Rescue 000
Case Studies
	14.1	A Deadly Carrier 000
	14.2	Unusual Transmission of West Nile Virus 000
	14.3	Legionella in the Produce Aisle 000
	15.1	Evaluating a Complete Blood and Differential Leukocyte Count (CBC) Profile 000
	18.1	A Case of AIDS 000
	19.1	A Painful Rash 000
	19.2	A Sick Soldier 000
	20.1	The Man with No Feelings 000
	20.2	A Very Sick Sophomore 000
	21.1	Blame It on the Chiggers? 000
	21.2	Campylobacter and the Lactovegetarians 000
	22.1	What's Ailing the Bird Enthusiast? 000
	22.2	Is it Athlete's Foot? 000
	23.1	Bloody Diarrhea 000
	23.2	Painful Dysentery 000
	24.1	A Sick Mother-to-Be 000
	24.2	A Case of Genital Sores 000
	25.1	A Case of AIDS 000
Disease at a Glance
	19.1	Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever 000
	19.2	Cutaneous Anthrax 000
	19.3	Smallpox 000
	19.4	Herpes 000
	19.5	Chickenpox and Shingles 000
	19.6	Rubella 000
	19.7	Measles 000
	20.1	Listeriosis 000
	20.2	Infant Botulism 000
	20.3	Tetanus 000
	20.4	Rabies 000
	20.5	West Nile Encephalitis 000
	20.6	Fungal Meningitis (Cryptococcosis) 000
	20.7	Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (vCJD) 000
	23.1	Peptic Ulcers 000
	23.2	Cholera 000
	23.3	Bacterial Diarrhea 000
	23.4	Typhoid Fever and Salmonellosis 000
	23.5	Staphylococcal Intoxication (Food Poisoning) 000
	23.6	Mumps 000
	23.7	Hepatitis 000
	23.8	Giardiasis 000
	23.9	Amebiasis 000
	24.1	Leptospirosis 000
	24.2	Toxic Shock Syndrome 000
	24.3	Candidiasis 000
	24.4	Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (PID) 000
	24.5	Gonorrhea 000
	24.6	Syphilis 000
	24.7	Genital Warts 000

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Microbiology.
Microbiology.
Bacterial Infections -- microbiology.