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This accessible and fascinating book on human-microbe interactions is the perfect text for use in undergraduate science courses. Designed to help students better understand the biology of the microbial world and its effect on their lives, this timely volume covers issues of vital importance, including biological warfare and terrorism, antibiotic resistance, the global impact of microbial diseases, and immunization.<P>A hybrid of microbiology and public health, The Microbial Challenge emphasizes the significance of microbes in everyday living. Students are led to understand public health problems and are provided a greater awareness of disease on a global scale through an examination of microbial (infectious) diseases and their societal consequences, including descriptions of some of the major microbial diseases through the ages, efforts put forth to meet the challenges raised by microbes, and public health measures of protection and surveillance put in place to keep ever-challenging microbes at bay. The beneficial nature of microbes is also examined they are vital to the cycles of nature, play an important role in the food industry, and are significant tools in biological research.<P>Richly illustrated with many photos from the author's extensive personal collection taking during his numerous trips overseas, The Microbial Challenge is ideal for students not majoring in science, for allied health sciences courses, and for public health courses. It can also be used as supplementary reading in standard microbiology and other biology courses.<P>-- Chapter on biological warfare and bioterrorism<P>-- Presents material from a public health perspective<P>-- Covers both the beneficial andharmful aspects of microbes<P>-- Over 250 illustrations and photographs<P>-- Extensive glossary

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A textbook for a one-semester undergraduate course that can be augmented with additional material for a two-semester course or one with a laboratory component. It covers bacteria, viruses, protozoans, fungi, and unicellular algae, focusing on the very few that produce disease in humans or in their plant or animal wards.
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The Microbial Challenge provides a fascinating look at human-microbe interactions and is the perfect text for use in non-majors, undergraduate science courses. Designed to help students better understand the biology of the microbial world and its effects on their lives, this volume covers issues of vital importance, including biological warfare and terrorism, antibiotic resistance, the global impact of microbial immunization. Richly illustrated with many photos from the author's extensiver personal collection take during his numerous trips abroad, The Microbial Challenge is ideal for students pursing a career in allied health and public health. It may also be used as a secondary text in other biology courses.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781555812416
Author:
Krasner, Robert I.
Publisher:
Jones & Bartlett Publishers
Location:
Washington, D.C.
Subject:
Microbiology
Subject:
Infectious Diseases
Subject:
Medical microbiology
Subject:
Life Sciences - Biology - Microbiology
Subject:
Health and Medicine-Medical Specialties
Series Volume:
no. <21>, etc.
Publication Date:
20070631
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
433
Dimensions:
11.42x8.46x.98 in. 3.42 lbs.

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"Synopsis" by , The Microbial Challenge provides a fascinating look at human-microbe interactions and is the perfect text for use in non-majors, undergraduate science courses. Designed to help students better understand the biology of the microbial world and its effects on their lives, this volume covers issues of vital importance, including biological warfare and terrorism, antibiotic resistance, the global impact of microbial immunization. Richly illustrated with many photos from the author's extensiver personal collection take during his numerous trips abroad, The Microbial Challenge is ideal for students pursing a career in allied health and public health. It may also be used as a secondary text in other biology courses.
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