Microbiolgy Essay 500 Words

Microbiolgy Essay 500 Words

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Unit outcomes addressed in this Assignment:

· List important discoveries in microbiology and their importance

· Discuss the classification schema

· Select appropriate microscopic method to study different types of microorganisms

 

Instructions

· In an essay, describe the various mechanisms utilized within the field of microscopy for studying microbes.

· Be sure to include the appropriate staining techniques.

Microbiolgy Essay 500 Words

 

Requirements

· Your essay should be a minimum of 500 words

· Be sure that your grammar, sentence structure, and word usage is appropriate.

·        APA FORMAT

 

Guidelines

·        Identifies light and electron as two main branches of Microscopes

·        Identifies functional differences between the two main branches of microscopes

·        Identifies the differences in staining techniques

·        Provides specific microbial staining examples

·        Identifies how microscopy is utilized in identifying unknown

microbial specimen.

 

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Unit 1 Assignment Grading Rubric = 50 points Assignment Requirements Points possible
Identifies light and electron as two main branches of microscopes 0–10
Identifies functional differences between the two main branches of microscopes 0–10                         
Identifies the differences in staining techniques 0–10
Provides specific microbial staining examples 0–10                               
Identifies how microscopy is utilized in identifying unknown microbial specimen. 0–10                               
Total (Sum of all points)                                                                        0

n 1676, a century before the Declaration of Independence, a Dutch merchant named Antony van Leeuwenhoek sent a noteworthy let- ter to the Royal Society of London. Writing in the vernacular of his

home in the United Netherlands, Leeuwenhoek described how he used a simple microscope to observe vast populations of minute, living creatures. His reports opened a chapter of science that would evolve into the study of microscopic organisms and the discipline of microbiology. At that time, few people, including Leeuwenhoek, attached any practical significance to the microorganisms, but during the next three centuries, scientists would discover how profoundly these organisms influence the quality of our lives and the environment around us.

We begin our study of the microorganisms by exploring the grassroot devel- opments that led to t

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