Coding Microbiological Data for Computers

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  • ISBN-13: 9781461293866
  • Publisher: Springer New York
  • Publication date: 7/31/2012
  • Series: Springer Series in Microbiology
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1986
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 299
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 0.66 (d)

Table of Contents

Directions for Coding Data.- Coding Numerical Data.- Recording Specimen and Associated Microbial Data.- Directions for Coding Reference System Data.- Example Set of Code Sheets.- Section.- 1: General Information Code Sheet.- 2: Specific Strain Information.- 3: Individual Cell Morphology.- 4: Individual Vegetative Cell Size.- Narrow Increment Range, Longest Axis.- Wide Increment Range, Longest Axis.- Wide Increment Range, Second Longest Axis.- Narrow Increment Range, Shortest Axis.- Wide Increment Range, Shortest Axis.- Miscellaneous Measurements.- 5: Insoluble Intracellular And Extracellular Depositions.- 6: Endospores And Cysts.- 7: Myxospores, Sporocysts, Fruiting Bodies, Spores, Sporozoites, Trophozoites, And Gameytes.- 8: Branching, Hyphae, and Production of Asexual Spores.- Branching Hyphae and Septation.- Fragmentation and Spore Formation.- Hyphal Pigmentation.- Conidiophores.- Conidia.- Conidial Location and Arrangement.- Properties of Conidia and Chains of Conidia.- Sporangia and Sporangiospores.- Sporangial Location and Arrangement.- Properties of Sporangia.- Sporangiospores.- Zoospores.- Sexual Reproduction.- 9: Stalks.- 10: Sheaths.- 11: Capsules.- 12: Stain Reactions.- 13: Motility, Flagellation and External Organelles.- General Mode of Locomotion.- Characteristics of Flagella.- Protoplasmic Extrusions.- Cilia and Cirri 90 Membranellae and External or Paroral Membrane-like Structures.- External Architecture.- General.- Tentacles.- Shells and Lorica.- Pellicle, Mucous Envelope, Adhesive External Organelles, Attachments, etc..- 14: Mode Of Cell Division.- 15: Arrangement.- 16: Cultural Conditions, Inhibitors, Nutrition, Growth, Life Cycles.- Solid Media.- Liquid Media.- Growth Kinetics.- pH Limits of Growth.- Relationship to Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide.- Light Requirements for Photosynthesis.- Tolerance to Inhibitory Substances.- Nutritional Characteristics.- Growth in Complex Media.- Growth on Mineral Salts Media.- Ingestion of Biological Material.- Bioassociations Symbiosis or Parasitism.- Vectors.- Life Cycles.- Habitat.- Differential Media.- 17: Vegetative Cell Temperature Relations.- 18: Sodium Chloride & other Osmotic Agents - Tolerance and Requirements.- Sodium Chloride.- Other Osmotic Agents.- 19/40: Antibiotic Sensitivity.- Lists of Selected Concentrations.- Lists of Selected Disc Concentrations.- 20: Pigments and Odors.- Pigments.- Odors.- 21: Cell Contents.- Cell Bound Lipids, Fatty Acids and Sterols.- Cell Contents.- Inorganic.- Hydrocarbons.- Proteins, Peptides, Amino Acids.- 22: Lysis.- 23: Cell Surface (Wall or Membrane).- Cell Surface Appearance.- Cell Wall.- Surface Structure-Other Than Cell Walls.- 24: Metabolic Reactions.- Extracellular Polysaccharides.- Complex Organic Substances.- Complex Basal Medium Catabolism.- Fructose Catabolism.- Glucose Catabolisth.- Lactose Catabolism.- Lactic Acid Catabolism.- Pytuvic Acid Catabolism.- Threonine Catabolism.- Synthesis of Specific Organic Compounds 157.- Catabolism of Organic Compounds Acids.- Alcohols.- Amino Acids and Peptones.- Carbohydrates.- Miscellaneous.- Inorganic Products or Substrates Ammonia, Nitrate, Nitrite, Nitrogen.- Sulfur Compounds.- Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Hydrogen, Miscellaneous.- Dye Reduction and Indicator Tests.- Toxin Production and Hemolysis.- 25: Carbohydrate Metabolism.- Utilized-Oxidized-Reduced-Acid.- Gas-Sole C Source-Hydrolyzed.- 26: Alcohol Metabolism.- Utilized-Oxidized-Reduced.- Acid-Gas-Sole C Source.- 27: Aldehyde Metabolism.- Utilized-Oxidized-Reduced.- Acid-Gas-Sole C Source.- 28: Carboxylic Acid or Ester Metabolism.- Utilized-Sole C Source-Oxidized.- Reduced-Gas-Decarboxylated.- 29: Amino Acid Metabolism.- Utilized-Required-C Source-N Source.- C & N Source-Deaminated-Decarboxylated.- Oxidized-Reduced-Gas.- 30: Amine, Amide, Lactam, Purine, Pyrimidine Metabolism.- Utilized-Required-C Source-N Source.- C & N Source-Dearhinated-Oxidized-Reduced.- 31: Hydrocarbon and Ketone Metabolism.- Sole C Source-Utilized-Oxidized.- Reduced-Acid-Gas.- 32: Fat and Oil Metabolism.- 33: Preservation of Strains.- 34: Metabolic Pathways and Enzymes.- Glycolysis (EMP Pathway).- Entner-Doudoroff Pathway.- Hexose Monophosphate or Warburg-Dickens.- System.- Phosphoketolase Pathways.- Citric Acid Cycle.- Glyoxylate Cycle.- Autotrophic Carbon Dioxide Fixation.- Heterotrophic Carbon Dioxide Fixation.- General Reactions Involving Pyruvate.- Pyruvate to Alcohol Pathway.- Pyruvate to Butanediol Pathway.- Pyruvate to Butyrate Pathway.- Pyruvate to Isopropanol Pathway.- Propionic Acid Fermentation.- Polyol Dehydrogenases.- Miscellaneous Enzymes.- Nucleosidases & Related Enzymes.- Hydrolysing N-Glycosyl Compounds.- Hydrolysing Thioether Compounds.- Pentosyl Transferases.- Transferring A Phosphorus - Kinases.- Phosphotransferases - Phosphate Acceptor.- Diphosphotransferases.- Nucleotidyltransferases.- Phosphoric Monoester Hydrolases.- Phosphoric Diester Hydrolases.- Triphosphoric Monoester Hydrolases.- Exodeoxyribonucleases Producing 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Exoribonucleases Producing 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Exoribonucleases Producing Other Than 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Exonucleases (RNA or DNA) Producing 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Exonucleases (RNA or DNA) Producing Other Than 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Endodeoxyribonucleases Producing 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Endodeoxyribonucleases Producing Other Than 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Site-Specific Endodeoxyribonucleases (Sequence-Specific).- Site-Specific Endodeoxyribonucleases (Not Sequence-Specific).- Site-Specific Endodeoxyribonucleases For Altered Bases.- Endoribonucleases Producing 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Endoribonucleases Producing Other Than 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Endonucleases (RNA or DNA) Producing 5?-Phosphomonoesters.- Endonucleases (RNA or DNA) Producing Other Than 5(’-Phosphomonoesters.- Phosphatases.- Carbon-Carbon Lyases.- Phosphorus-Oxygen Lyases.- Ligases Forming Aminoacyl-tRNA.- Ligases Forming Phosphoric Ester Bonds 225.- Enzymes Acting on Peptide Bonds.- Peptide Hydrolases.- Alpha-Aminoacylpeptide Hydrolases.- Dipeptide Hydrolases.- Peptidyldipeptide Hydrolases.- Serine Carboxypeptidases.- Metallo-Carboxypeptidases.- Serine Proteinases.- Thiol Proteinases.- Microbial Carboxyl (Acid) Proteinases.- Metalloproteinases.- Proteinases of Unknown Catalytic Mechanism.- 35: Quantitative Antibiotic Sensitivity.- Disc Zone Diameters.- Minimal Inhibitory Concentrations.- Numerical Inhibitory Zone Diameters.- 36: Internal Organelles.- 37: Nucleus.- 38: Nucleic Acids.- Reference System.- 101: Salmonella.- 0 Antigens - Polyvalent Antisera - Bacto.- 0 Antigens - Polyvalent Antisera - CDC.- 0 Antigens - Polyvalent Antisera - Wellcome.- Spicer-Edwards Polyvalent H Antisera.- H Antigens - Wellcome.- List of Manufacturers1 Specific Antisera.- 0 Antigens.- H Antigens.- Pooled H Antigens.- 103: Strepoccus.- Neufeld Quellung Reaction.- Lancefield Groups.- 105: Staphylococcus.- Staphylococcal Toxin.- Immunodiffusion.- Phage Typing - Lytic Groups.- Phage Types.- 106: Escherichia.- 0 Antigens - Bacto.- H Antigens - Polyvalent Antisera - Bacto.- H Antigens - Single Factors - Bacto.- OK Antigens - Polyvalent Antisera - Bacto.- Specific OK Antigens - Bacto.- 107: Campylobacter.- Penner Method - Hemagglutination - CDC.- Lior Method - Polyvalent Antisera.- Lior Method - Single Factor Antisera.- Appendix - Synonyms of Compounds.- References.
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