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Brock Biology of Microorganisms 14th Edition

  Brock Biology of Microorganisms 14th Edition The authoritative #1 textbook for introductory majors microbiology, Brock Biology of Microorganisms continues to set the standard for impeccable scholarship, accuracy, and outstanding illustrations...
by booksmedicos on Feb 10, 2016

Beneficial microorganisms makes soil healthier and increases yield

Recent studies show that live or latent cells of efficient strains of microorganisms enhance growth and yield of crops, and help remediate soil fertility problems. These microorganisms are prepared as microbial inoculants or biofertilizers. MykoPlus...
by Business Diary Philippines on Jan 23, 2016

Engineered Particles 'may become Antibiotics of the Future'

“Due to rising threat of antibiotic resistance, there is a pressing need for new approaches to fight harmful bacteria.” As reported via the Infectious Diseases Newsletter: “Now, researchers have been successful in developing engineered particle...
by Pharmaceutical Microbiology on Aug 16, 2015

serious skin infections Resolved!!!!

Los Alamos and partners test ionic liquids to break bacterial biofilm layer and save livesLOS ALAMOS, N.M., Aug. 26, 2014—Like a protective tent over a colony of harmful bacteria, biofilms make the treatment of skin infections especially difficult.
by Chemistry & technology on Feb 17, 2015

Philosophy Wire: Do you control your body? No. (and you should choose that!)

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2015-01-18]: A vast number of microorganisms act on their own and do work on your behalf in your body. [1] Use your free will to just let go. It will be the wisest thing you ever did...(c) Philosophy WIRES - Commentin...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jan 18, 2015

Philosophy Wire: Do you control your body?

Philosophy Wire by Spiros Kakos [2015-01-18]: A vast number of microorganisms act on their own and do work on your behalf in your body. [1] Use your free will to just let go. It will be the wisest thing you ever did...(c) Philosophy WIRES - Commentin...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jan 18, 2015

Asteroids. Spark of life. Testing hypotheses.

Some scientists believe microorganisms from outer space hitched a ride to Earth aboard an asteroid or a comet, since life …Continue reading →...
by Harmonia Philosophica on Jan 18, 2015

National Bureau of Agriculturally Important Microorganisms NBAIM Recruitment 2014 – Senior Research Fellow (SRF) Vacancy Interview Date : 19 May 2014

National Bureau of Agriculturally Important Microorganisms NBAIM Recruitment 2014 has published a notification for recruitment of Senior Research Fellow (SRF) Posts by www.nbaim.org.in Walk-in-Interview date : 19 may 2014 Good news for all job seeke...

Microbes and climate change

Scientists are trying to understand how populations of microorganisms regulate emissions of nitrous oxide from streams and rivers. Nitrous oxide is a potent greenhouse gas and contributor to climate change. The source of the gas is nitrate, a compoun...
by Pharmaceutical Microbiology on Mar 9, 2014

More GM products with nutrition enhancement and medical uses to be potentially released extensively in the market up to 2017

More genetically modified (GM) products with nutrition enhancement and medical uses will potentially be released in the market up to 2017 including vaccines and enzyme-rich corn that results in environment-friendly hog raising. The International Serv...
by Business Diary Philippines on Jan 11, 2014

All About Microorganisms (Anti Oxidant Enzymes)

http://www.ellagica.info Anti Oxidant Enzymes, All About Microorganisms, Articles On Bacteria, Acid Ellagic, Bacteria Causing Diseases, Best Anti Oxidant, An…...
by Enzyme Therapy on Jan 3, 2014

Names for Life: species database

A good source of up-to-date microbial taxonomy is the website Names for Life. NamesforLife was founded to solve a long-standing problem in biology: resolution of the ambiguity between nomenclature and biological objects and concepts. NamesforLife...
by Pharmaceutical Microbiology on Apr 21, 2013

Exploring and exploiting microbiological commons

Strainfo is a relatively new on-line database of microbial taxonomy. The site describes itself as having “largest integrated microbial knowledge base” and from my initial evaluation, it appears very comprehensive and has some good links to resear...
by Pharmaceutical Microbiology on Apr 17, 2013

BIOS: bacteria database

A good source of information about the latest bacterial species, or even to check the spelling of a species name, is the BIOS database. BIOS is an acronym for ‘Bacterial Insight Orienting System’. BIOS contains data on 8,242 validly published...
by Pharmaceutical Microbiology on Apr 16, 2013

The food reduces the IQ of children

Some foods even color and taste delicious but easy to reduce a child’s IQ. Gum Some mothers during pregnancy have a habit of chewing gum, but the gum is kind of junk food is not suitable for pregnant women. Not only that, the gum also contains...
by exercises and pregnancy on Mar 20, 2013

Stalking the Wild Microbiome

I just found out that Ray Kurzweil, the futurist, and I have a common interest – microorganisms. I wrote about a couple of weeks ago when writing about the human ecosystem. I woke up to a piece on the Kurzweil … Continue reading →...
by Down to Earth Fare on Feb 6, 2013

3 Types Of Microorganisms (Anti Oxidant Enzymes)

www.balancedhealthtoday.com www.balancedhealthtoday.com Anti Oxidant Enzymes, 3 Types Of Microorganisms, Antioxidants List, Bacterial Infection In Humans, Anti Parasitic, Aids Effects On The Body, 10 Types Of Bacteria, Best Foods For Antioxidants, Ba...
by Enzyme Therapy on Jan 14, 2013

All About Microorganisms (Ellagica Review)

www.ellagica.info Ellagica Review, All About Microorganisms, Bacterial Or Yeast Infections, Anti Cancer Cells, Detox Therapy Reviews, Bacterial Intestinal Infections, All Kinds Of Cells, A Bacteria That Causes Disease, 5 Types Of Bacteria, Detox Ther...
by Natural Detox Tips on Dec 16, 2012

All About Microorganisms (Ellagica Review)

www.balancedhealthtoday.com www.balancedhealthtoday.com Ellagica Review, All About Microorganisms, Articles On Bacteria, Acid Ellagic, Bacteria Causing Diseases, Best Anti Oxidant, Antioxidants Supplements, 4 Diseases Caused By Bacteria, Best Foods F...
by Enzyme Therapy on Dec 4, 2012

How Organisms Evolve New Functions

A team of researchers at Michigan State University has documented the step-by-step process in which organisms evolve new functions. The results, published in the current issue of Nature, are revealed through an in-depth, genomics-based analysis that...
by Pharmaceutical Microbiology on Dec 1, 2012


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