Introduction To Microbiology
Microbiology seems tough? Here we simplify this subject and make it an enjoyable one! Start with us in microbiology, and hopefully you will enjoy and learn at the same time.
0:11 - Definition of microbiology
0:21 - Benefits of microorganisms
0:49 - How do we categorize microrganisms
1:12 - Hierarchy of biological classification
1:55 - Differences between Eukaryotes and Prokaryotes
2:23 - Eukaryotes kingdoms
2:42 - Bacterial Nomenclature
3:13 - Different shapes of Bacteria
3:52 - Bacterial architecture
5:11 - Gram staining
5:43 - Difference in plasma membrane of Gram +ve and Gram -ve Bacteria
Micro-Biology: Crash Course History of Science #24
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New Microbiology Society honorary members: Professor Neil Gow and Professor Joanna Verran
The Microbiology Society is delighted to announce Professor Joanna Verran and Professor Neil Gow have been made Honorary Members of the Society, in recognition of their service to the microbiology community.
Professor Joanna Verran is Emeritus Professor of Microbiology at Manchester Metropolitan University and in addition to her successful laborator research career, she has been a prolific science communicator and advocate for public engagement. In 2019 she was awarded the Mani L. Bhaumik Award for Public Engagement with Science from the American Association for the Advancement of Science. In 2009 Jo set up the Bad Bugs Book Club, to explore how science is represented in fiction. It brings scientists and non-scientists together to read novels where infectious disease is part of the plot and to talk about them. In March, coinciding with World Book Day, the Microbiology Society will launch a set of digital tools and guidance inspired by the Bad Bugs Book Club model, to help share the experience of running a microbiology book club with others in the community. Jo has been a member of the Microbiology Society since 1978, and was heavily involved in our education and communication activities.
Professor Neil Gow FRS is Professor of Microbiology and deputy Vice Chancellor at the University of Exeter. Known for his discoveries in fungal biology and genetics, morphogenesis and pathogenesis, he is a Fellow of the Royal Society, a Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences, the Royal Society of Edinburgh and the American Academy of Microbiology. Neil was President of the Microbiology Society from 2016-2018, during which time he oversaw the launch of the Society’s ambitious strategy 2018-2022 and helped create the Early Career Microbiologists’ Forum. Neil has been a member of the Society since 1980.
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Microbiology of Bacterial Morphology & Shape
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Go inside a clinical microbiology lab at Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and learn about careers in clinical microbiology.
Microbiology lecture 1 | Bacteria structure and function
Microbiology lecture 1 | Bacteria structure and function - This Microbiology lecture will explain the structure and function of bacteria including the structure and function of bacterial cell wall. Bacterial cell membrane, flagella, pilli and other components of bacteria cell.
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What is a Medical Microbiologist?
What does a medical microbiologist do? Dr Shanika Crusz’s role is to diagnose, treat and prevent infection caused by micro-organisms (bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites). Find out more about what a medical microbiologist does in this short video.
00:07 – What is a microbiologist?
00:30 – Why is microbiology important?
00:56 – What is a typical day like in microbiology?
02:01 – Do you have contact with patients?
02:56 – Does it allow you to have a work/life balance?
03:51 – What is the best part of the job?
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Interview with a Clinical Biochemist: “Suggesting a test that will make a final diagnosis”
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Bacteria – Microbiology | Lecturio
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Introduction to Microbiology Culture Techniques
Nicole Gentile, PhD Candidate, provides an overview of basic microbiology and the concepts involved, including the bacterial growth curve and classifying organisms based on morphologies. This lecture describes blood, urine and skin/soft tissue cultures, focusing on the types of media, sample collection processes, culture procedures, as well as speciation and susceptibility testing. Basic staining procedures, such as the simple stain, gram stain, spore stain, negative stain, and acid fast stain are briefly discussed. Included in the staining procedure descriptions are explanations of the organisms that the stains identify. In addition to staining procedures, biochemical tests used for differentiating bacteria are covered. Concluding the lecture are some facts about fungi and viruses, focusing on the current 2009 novel H1N1 influenza pandemic.
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In the hospital we are working alongside everyone else to bring about a result for the patient - that’s really satisfying. Exciting things happen all the time. I’m still learning things every day.
Growth Media and Pouring Plates - Microbiology techniques
One of the first things you learn in microbiology is how to make media, and when you think about it, it makes sense. Microbes are tiny and only have what we give them. So if we don't provide what they need, they simply won't grow. Growing microbes can be very rewards wether you're making your own beer, or you're doing genetic engineering. In this video we explore the 5 different kinds of media and what goes into them. While the focus is on bacterial growth media, we also touch on what's needed to grow plant and animal cells. We'll be using the techniques in this video in the future when we start genetically engineering microbes to do everything from glow to change colors on cue.
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Day in the Life - Microbiology / Virology - Prof Bill Rawlinson
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Microbiology, along with mathematics, chemistry, and physics, is one of the fundamental branches of basic sciences. The knowledge and detailed study of microorganisms and their functions can establish its use in a variety of applications, from medical, food and environmental, agricultural and industrial field.