Microbiology Lectures

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    Chapter 2 - The Chemistry of Microbiology


    This chapter looks at atoms, bonds, pH and organic molecules. Good review of chemistry we see in microbiology.

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    Chapter 4 The Prokaryotes


    Chapter 4: Characteristics of the prokaryotes

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    Microbiology Chapter 1: Part 1 of 2


    Microbiology Chapter 1: Part 1 of 2

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    Microbiology - Overview


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    Old & Odd: Archaea, Bacteria & Protists - CrashCourse Biology #35


    Hank veers away from human anatomy to teach us about the (mostly) single-celled organisms that make up two of the three taxonomic domains of life, and one of the four kingdoms: Archaea, Bacteria, and Protists. They are by far the most abundant organisms on Earth, and are our oldest, oddest relatives.

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    Table of Contents
    1) Archaea 03:23
    a) Methanogens 04:02
    b) Extremophiles 04:24

    2) Bacteria 05:24:2
    3) Gram Positive 06:50
    a) Proteobacteria 07:15
    b) Cyanobacteria 07:30
    c) Spirochetes 07:42
    d) Chlamydias 07:52

    4) Protists 08:12
    a) Protozoa 09:03
    b) Algae 09:54
    c) Slime Molds 11:13

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    Introduction to Microbiology | Medical Education Videos


    This medical education video gives you an excellent introduction to microbiology.

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    Your lecturer is Prof. Dr. Vincent Racaniello. He is teaching microbiology and immunology at Columbia University in New York City. He is a leading expert in the research of viruses and human diseases. Therefore Racaniello has served on the editorial boards of scientific journals, such as the Journal of Virology or PLOS Pathogens. Furthermore he was the 2015 president of the American Society for Virology. Beyond that he is editor of an online virology blog and co-producer of the podcasts Netcast This Week in Virology, This Week in Parasitism and This Week in Microbiology.

    The video “Introduction to Microbiology” is part of the lecture “Introduction to Microbiology: Important Concepts and Terms” of the online medical course “Microbiology: Basics”. It gives you an excellent insight into microbes, bacteria and archaea.

    You will learn more about:
    • The definition of a microbe
    • Differences among archaeal, bacterial, eukaryotic microbes
    • The important role of microbes for the life and the earth
    • Shapes of bacteria
    - Rods
    - Spheres
    - Spirals
    • Lack of nuclei and organelles
    - Mitochondria
    - Chloroplast
    • Archaea
    - Extremophiles
    - Pyrococcus furiosus

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    Dr. Parker Microbiology Class - Chapter 1


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    A tour of the Microbiology Lab - Section one


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    What Is Bacteria?


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    CAREERS IN B.Sc MICROBIOLOGY - M.Sc,DEGREE,Job Opportunities,Salary Package


    B.Sc MICROBIOLOGY CAREERS. Go through the career opportunities of B.Sc MICROBIOLOGY, Govt Jobs and Employment News channel from Freshersworld.com – The No.1 job portal for freshers in India. Visit for detailed Career information, Job Opportunities, Career growth, Salary Package ,Higher education details of B.Sc MICROBIOLOGY.
    Just like how one professes and involves deeply in any niche of science, there is Microbiology. In this three year undergraduate course, you learn everything about Micro organisms and their importance in your life. It is detailed niche field of Science and students get to learn a lot about another variety of science.
    A BSc in Microbiology is a detailed field of science where one gets to learn everything about the life and use of micro organisms. It is a very micro leveled study of science.
    A student who has completed his study in Microbiology will have enormous openings in the Public sector firms and also get jobs in Private sector organizations. Various undertakings have opened up abroad that offer employment opportunities for Bachelor of Science in Microbiology graduates.
    Private sector also provides a lot of job chances for Bachelor of Science in Microbiology pass outs. However, the most common field of work for Microbiology aspirants in this sector will be research organizations. They can also opt for taking up teaching profession as well. The salary packages of students doing BSc in Microbiology will depend on the job profile and also the area in which these graduates are working. They will not only work in the fields of Microbiology but also in some other allied fields if possible. Thus, you must look for that perfect opening and root for that:-
    The most common job profiles for students of BSc in Microbiology in the Private sector units include:
    • Medical Microbiologists
    • Agricultural Microbiologists
    • Industrial Microbiologists
    • Marine Microbiologists
    Apart from taking Bank Jobs or civil service exams, BSc in Microbiology will offer various options in proper Government jobs also. However, these graduates need to attend several tests that are conducted by Government boards to get well placed in these Public sector firms. Research fields however is a good option for these graduates. You will be mostly called a Microbiologist if having passed from this field. You can also make your job in teaching with Microbiology. Even that is yet another lucrative choice.
    The salary packages are not so good at the start but it will gradually increase. A beginner in this field can earn in the range of Rs.10000/- to Rs.15000/- per month. With good experience and higher studies, one can attempt and even look forward to a higher remuneration as well.
    The common areas of employment for students of BSc in Microbiology at the Government sector include:
    • Development laboratories
    • Food Industry
    • Beverage Units
    • Chemical Industries
    • Hospitals
    • Pharmaceutical Sector

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    Microbiology Chapter 3: Part 1 of 1


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    Chapter 1 Themes of Microbiology


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    Chapter 5 - The Eukaryotes


    This chapter covers the characteristics of eukaryotes. There is also a survey of the eukaryotic microorganisms.

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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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    microbiology lab practical information part 1


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    What is Microbiology?


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    Lecture: Part 2 - An Introduction to Microbiology


    Overview of the major topics we will discuss this semester. This video begins with virology. This video is the property of Lisa Shimeld. All rights reserved. 2015

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    Chapter 3: Tools of Microbiology


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    Microbiology - Bacteria


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    Chapter 9 part 1 - Replication and Protein Synthesis


    This video describes the process of replication and transcription and translation of DNA to protein in prokaryotes. Good review for bacterial genetics.

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    Chapter 4: Anatomy of Prokaryotes- Autieri


  • Introduction to Microbiology


    The following video is a brief discussion of the early events that helped us gain some understanding about microbes.

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    How to Study Microbiology in Medical School


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    Chapter 11 - Controlling Microorganisms


    This chapter covers how we control microorganisms in through physical or chemical methods.

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    28 Microbiology 1


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    Chapter 03 Prokaryotic Structure - Cowan - Dr. Mark Jolley


    Chapter 03 Prokaryotic Structure - Cowan - Dr. Mark Jolley


    Dr. Mark Jolley, Cowan, Microbiology, Eagle Gate College, Provo College

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    Lecture: Part 1 - An Introduction to Microbiology


    Part 1 (of 2) of chapter 1 lecture. This is an overview of the topics we will discuss this semester. You will need to take notes using the outline posted on Blackboard. This video is the property of Lisa Shimeld. All rights reserved. 2015

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    Classification of Bacteria


    The opening video on a course on antibiotics, focusing on how morphology, gram stain, and other tests of bacteria can be used to create a clinically useful classification scheme.

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    Microbiology - Bacteria Growth, Reproduction, Classification


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    Introduction to microbiology


    Hey everyone welcome to microbiology, I hope you enjoy the journey as much as I did. I will try to make flashcards which will help solidify the information in your heads. I will also create mini exams for you to take and grade yourselves on.

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    Biological Molecules - You Are What You Eat: Crash Course Biology #3


    Hank talks about the molecules that make up every living thing - carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins - and how we find them in our environment and in the food that we eat.

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    Bacteria Basics : Microbiology Lectures


    Bacteria Basics : Microbiology Lectures

    In this new video, we look at the basics of bacteria. We look at their classifications, sizes, shapes and how they reproduce. This video is intended to be a primer on bacteria. We will go into more details as we progress in this series.

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    Lecture 18 Introduction to Microbiology


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    Basic Microbiology for Sterile Processing


  • Bacterial Structure


    A discussion of structural components of a bacteria. Covers:
    Plasma membrane
    Cell Wall
    N-acetylglucosamine, N-acetylmuramic acid for peptidoglycans wall
    Outer membrane of the gm-ive bacteria
    Sex pili F+ and F- bacteria
    Ribosomes and nutritional granules

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    Bacterial Nomenclature


    This lecture presents the nomenclature based on bacterial shape, size, and arrangement.

  • Clinical Microbiology made Ridiculously Simple Chapter 1 Part 1. Gram staining technique


    This video is about Microbiology Chapter 1 Part 1 of Clinical Microbiology made Ridiculously simple. We discuss Gram staining of Bacteria.

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    NPK-University Soil Microbiology With Harley Smith


    Microbial inoculants are the next frontier in plant nutrition. For millions of years, plants and microorganisms have worked together to help each other thrive. Plants provide carbon compounds for microbes, and microbes provide nutrients and plant protection agents for plants. Learn the secrets of the unseen world of the rhizosphere, and learn how to better harness the power of healthy soil.

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    Chapter 19 Gram Positive Bacilli of Medical Importance


    This lecture covers the gram-positive bacilli of medical importance. Included in this discussion, are the spore-formers including Bacillus and Clostridium species. The non-spore forming Listeria and the acid-fast Mycobacterium species are also included in this video.

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    Microbiology Chapter 7 Part 1 of 1


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    Introduction To Practical Microbiology - Laboratory


    Intro 0:00

    Preparation 0:43

    Autoclaving 2:59

    Aseptic Technique 4:26

    Flaming 5:06

    Plates 8:46

    Media 10:58

    Streak Plates 12:28

    Pour Plates 15:27

    Bacterial Lawns 17:15

    Slopes 20:37

    Stabs 21:56

    The Gram Stain 22:57

    When work has Finished 28:16

    Produced and Directed by Jo Verran

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    Chapter 25 The RNA Viruses of Medical Importance


    In this lecture, I discuss the RNA viruses of medical importance including Influenza and other enveloped RNA viruses like Mumps, Rubella and Rabies. I also discuss HIV infection and progression to AIDS. The lecture concludes with a small portion on Prions and the disease they cause.

  • A Brief History of Microbiology


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    10 Incredible Microbiology Photos


    The top ten photos from Nikon's 2013 Photomicrography competition. What would you want to see photographed under a microscope?

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    10. Dinosaur Bone
    Ted Kinsman (RIT)
    Photo Technique: Focus Stacking
    9. Spider's Web
    Mark A. Sanders (Univ. of Minn)
    Photo Technique: Confocal, Autoflourescence, Image Stacking
    8. Plant Life
    Magdalena Turzanska - Univ. of Wroclaw
    Technique: Epi-autofloursescence and UV light, z-stack reconstruction
    7. Ladybug Feet
    Dr. Jan Michels - Christian-Albrechts-Universität zu Kiel
    Technique: Confocal Autoflourescence
    6. Chameleon Embryo
    Dorit Hackman - Univ. of Cambridge
    Technique: Brightfield
    5. Firing Neuron
    Dr. Kieran Boyle - University of Glasgow
    Technique: Fluorescence, Confocal
    4. The Paramecium aka The White Rat
    Rogelio Moreno Gill - Panama
    Technique: Differential Interference Contrast
    3. Marine Worm
    Dr. Alvaro Migotto - Univ. of Sao Paulo
    Technique: Stereomicroscopy, Darfield
    2. The retina of a turtle's eye magnified 400 times
    Dr. Joseph Corbo - Washington Univ. School of Medicine
    Technique: Differential Interference Contrast
    1. Colonial plankton organism zoomed in 250 times
    Wim van Egmond - Micropolitan Museum
    Technique: Differential Interference Contrast, Image Stacking

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    Chapter 9 Part 2 - Regulation, Mutations and DNA Exchange


    This lecture discusses the various types of regulation of the prokaryotic genome as well as mutations and how bacteria exchange DNA from one cell to the other.

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    Virology 2015 Lecture #1 - What is a virus?


    The introductory lecture for my 2015 Columbia University undergraduate virology course. In lecture #1 I introduce the world of viruses - their diversity and numbers, a definition of a virus, and their discovery in the context of the history of microbiology.

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    What Are Microbes : Microbiology Lectures


    What Are Microbes : Microbiology Lectures

    Our first video on Microbiology. This video takes a look at what are microbes. We define the terms microbes and microorganisms, as well as look at the different types of microbes.

    Other Videos In Our Microbiology Basics Series:
    -What Are Microbes:
    -Binomial nomenclature:
    -Bacteria Basics:

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    Chapter 7 - Bacterial Nutrition


    Chapter 7 - The Nutrients of Growth. This chpater describes the nutrients, transport, factors of growth and the growth curve for bacteria.

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    Microbiology - Bacteria Antibiotic Resistance


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    Gram Positive vs. Gram Negative Bacterial Cell Wall Structure


    This video discusses the cell wall structures of both Gram + and - bacteria

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