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Microbiology for Teachers

Microbial Ecology Lecture Outlines


Microbial Ecology Concepts

Ecosystem

 

Symbiosis

 

Microorganisms in Nature

Microenvironment

 

Surface Attachment

 

Nutrients

 

Growth Rates

 

Competition

 

Food Chain

 

Biogeochemical Cycles

 

Carbon redox cycle

 

Nitrogen redox cycle

 

 

Sulfur redox cycle

 

 

Iron redox cycle

Impact of Metals on Microbes

 

Resource Utilization and Succession

 

 

Terrestrial Habitats

 

Soil formation and characteristics

 

Plant-Microbe Interactions

Aquatic Habitats

Typical organisms

 

Productivity in various aquatic environments

 

Disruption of aquatic environments

Environmental Applications

Wastewater (including sewage) treatment

 

Drinking Water

 

Biodegradation and Bioremediation

 

Extreme Habitats

 

Variables

 

Yellowstone National Park

 

Deep-sea environment

 

 

Antarctic Environments

 

 

 

 


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email questions and comments to:
John R. Stevenson, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Microbiology
Miami University
Oxford, Ohio 45056
USA
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