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  • amalia tulonga iifo Spontaneous Generation
    im still stuck on this topic.. In my assignment, Im asked to write briefly on the theory of Spontaneous Generation and it has about 15 marks. here, the disprove of this theory is not included. how do i go about this essay? please help out
    12 September 2014Comment
  • beatrice olayide Spontaneous generation
    Why was the theory of spontaneous generation an obstacle to the development of microbiology as a scientific discipline?
    23 March 2014Comment
  • andy chuks Molds: Why Molds on Food May or May not Cause Disease to Human Body
    When Foods like bread spoil they form molds. Molds are fungi that release spores into the air to reproduce. The main body of the mold is not easily seen and consists of threadlike growths throughout the food, while the colored mold that you see on the surface of food is only the spores. By the time the mold is visibly producing spores, the food is filled... Read All
    08 February 2013Comment
  • mary amos medical biochemistry
    Can a person go for medical biochemistry without he or she having physics? i need answer please
    29 December 2012Comment
    • andy chuks I think biochemistry requires for jamb, english, maths, chemistry, biology. For Olevel its credit in English, maths, biology, chemistry any other science subject which may be physics. However it depends on the school, just check with the school in question.
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    • gbolahan mudashiru pls help me out with any social science course dat does not requires too much of maths
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  • chiamaka okoye mcb101
    Pls whydoes spoiled food like bread does not cause disease to d human body.I need ur answers pls
    01 December 2012Comment
  • chioma nwankwo Microbial degradation of pesticides
    Hello pals....pls i need relevant information and websites i can visit concerning MICROBIAL DEGRADATION OF PESTICIDES...its my seminar topic and i need ideas on how to go about it and websites and references available for research...all ideas are immensely welcome.
    21 November 2012Comment
  • williams sodic What is Tinea corporis (Ringworm) ?
    Tinea corporis is a superficial dermatophyte infection characterized by either inflammatory or noninflammatory lesions on the glabrous skin (ie, skin regions except the scalp, groin, palms, and soles). Three anamorphic (asexual or imperfect) genera cause dermatophytoses: Trichophyton, Microsporum, and Epidermophyton. Dermatophytes may infect humans... Read All
    14 November 2011Comment
  • ginikanwa emeka medical microbiology
    its my seminar presentation time, can some body help me with a topic on medical microbiology specificaly on virus or bacteria.
    16 August 2011Comment  View All 4 Answers
    • ginikanwa emeka are u a microbiology student?
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    • andy chuks U're welcome. No am not.
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  • olusanya omowumi Microbiology
    what could be the most common cause of tinea corporis and how long does it last?
    20 May 2011Comment
    • andy chuks Tinea Corporis, popularly known as Ringworm is caused by Fungi called Dermatophytes of the genera Trichophyton and Microsporum. It last for like three weeks during treat ment before it disappears. Read more details here http://goo.gl/WAJX5
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  • pascal pemida Principle and History of Microscope
    what are principle and history of microscope
    28 January 2011Comment
    • JP Williams A microscope is an instrument to see objects too small for the naked eye. The science of investigating small objects using such an instrument is called microscopy. Microscopic means invisible to the eye unless aided by a microscope. There are many types of microscopes, the most common and first to be invented is the optical microscope which uses light... Read All
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  • anwuli aghanenu Food microbiology
    Pls i want some one to ans this question. "Microbial isolates of rotten banana".
    04 December 2010Comment
    • JP Williams The bacterial and fungal pathogens associated with watery rot of banana fruits in a market in Lagos, Nigeria were isolated and identified. The bacterial pathogens were Pediococcus sp., Propionibacterium sp. and Pseudomonas aeruginosa. The fungal pathogens which also showed cellulolytic activities were Botryodiplodia theobromae, Aspergillus niger and... Read All
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  • henry eze microbiology
    what is the meaning of industrial microbiology and their job opportunities
    31 August 2010Comment
    • bright cyrus well industrial microbiology is a branch of microbiology that investigates and controls the activities of microbes in several processes outside clinical analysis. It involves many assays in purification, production ,fermentation etc. Once you are an industrial microbiologist you can gain employment in brewing, food processing, petroleum companies, environmental... Read All
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    • olusanya omowumi you can as well go for a two year training in Medical Laboratory Science to make u a medical microbiologist which gives u a preference over an industrial microbiologist and u can then work in all the above listed places, now PLUS Hospital.
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  • henry eze MICROBIOLOGY
    WHAT are d opportunities of microbiologist and their roles as a profession
    30 August 2010Comment
    • andy chuks Microbiology is the study of microbes or very small organisms that are an inherent part of the human existence on our planet. The study of microbes is a short job description of what a microbiologist does. However, the educational requirements to be a microbiologist are not so short. He needs to be competent in the subject areas of mathematics, English... Read All
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    • okegbero maro Tnx alot...
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  • andy chuks Post Your Microbiology Questions and Tutorials
    Post Your Microbiology Questions and Tutorials here. Answer question you know and help other Skoolas.
    18 August 2010Comment  View All 5 Answers
    • christiana udo pls i want to know the subject require to microbiology and science laboratory technology
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    • andy chuks Subjects required for Microbiology/ Science Laboratory Technology For Jamb/UTME : Biology - Chemistry - Mathematics, English. For Olevel/SSCE: You should have credit in English, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Agriculture.
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  • andy chuks Introduction to Microbiology
    MICROBIOLOGY is the study of microorganisms, which are unicellular or cell-cluster microscopic organisms. This includes eukaryotes such as fungi and protists, and prokaryotes. Viruses, though not strictly classed as living organisms, are also studied. In short; microbiology refers to the study of life and organisms that are too small to be seen with... Read All
    13 July 2010Comment