Go to the Alverno library and use TOPCAT. Call up Instructor name or class name, Microbiology, Bi 251 on reserve list.
The following materials are on reserve:
- Bergey’s Manual of Determinative Bacteriology is the authority in identifying your unknown organism. There are multiple copies on reserve.
- Bergey’s Manual of Systemic Bacteriology by John G. Holt is another resource for identifying your unknown organism. There are multiple copies of this.
- A Photographic Atlas for the Microbiology Laboratory is an excellent pictorial that explains the chemistry and meaning of each of the standard microbial tests used in identification. There are multiple copies of this.
- Addressing Emerging Infectious Disease Threats: A Prevention is an American Microbiology publication that will give you information on a continuous issue of growing concern. There are multiple copies of this.
- New and Reemerging Infectious Diseases: A Global Crisis and Immediate Concern is a similar publication to the one above. There are multiple copies of this.
To find the videos, go to the reserve desk in the library and either select course: Bi 251 and look for the title or look under
- biology.about.com This is a site which has links to different areas of study in biology. Click on bacteriology and microbiology and surf through the various sites listed.
Microbiology Lab Manual. Microbiology lab manual developed by Dr. Gary Kaiser. This site contains a complete set of color photographs and photomicrographs of the results of labarotory exercises. Included are pictures of gram and spore stains and biochemical testing.
Designed by Patricia Bower
Last update 2/3/2000
Electron Micrographs copyright Dr. Dennis Kunkel.
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