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BIOL 101 Fundamentals of Biology

 Amoeba
one two three four

Human Body Systems

(clicking on this site will take you to diagrams, information, and animations on the following body systems)

Skeletal

Digestive

Muscular

Lymphatic

Endocrine

Nervous

Cirulatory

Reproductive

Urinary

Fetal Pig

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BIOL 112 General Biology II

 

PARASITES
Clonorchis sinensis
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Plasmodium

P. falciparum
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P. malariae

one two

P. vivax

one two three four

Taenia

one two three four

proglottids

one two three

scolex

Trichinella

one two three four five six

 

SYMBIOSIS
Lichen

Mycorrhizae

Rhizobium

Root nodules

Termite gut

 

BACTERIA

Bacillus
one two

Gelocapsa

Rhizobium

ALGAE
Anabaena

Audouinella

Chlamydomonas

Diatoms

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Polysiphonia

Spirogyra

Ulothrix

Volvox

 

FUNGI
Ascomycota
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Aspergillus

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Basidiomycota

one two three four

Candida albicans

Coprinus

one two three

Hyphae

Lichen

Penicillium

one two

Peziza

one two three four

Rhizopus

zygospore

sporangium

Zygomycota

one two three

 

PROTOZOANS
Euglena

Paramecium

Plasmodium

P. falciparum
one two three four five

P. malariae

one two

P. vivax

one two three four

Slime molds

Trympansoma cruzi

one two three four
 

PLANTS

Bryophyta
anthredia
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archegonium

one two three

capsule

protnema

Fern

anthredia

archegonium

sori

sporangium

Fucus

one two

Laminaria

Marchantia

anthredia

archegonium

one two

Moss

one two

Plant

leaf, monocot

leaf, dicot

root, monocot

root, dicot

one two three

stem, monocot

stem, dicot

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ANIMALS

Amphioxus
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Ascaris lumbricoides

one two

Earthworm

Hydra

Obelia

one two three

Planaria

Rotifers

one two

Stentor

one two

Vorticella

one two

 

 

BIOL 220 Microbiology- Majors

Ascaris lumbricoides
one two

Ascomycota

one two three four five six seven

Aspergillus

one two

Bacillus

one two

Balantidium coli

one two three

Basidiomycota

one two three four

Candida albicans

Cestodes

Clonorchis sinensis

one two

Coprinus

one two three

Cryptococcus

Diphylobothrium

Echinococcus

one two three four five

Entamoeba histolytica

one two three four five six

Enterobius vermicularis

one two three four five

Fasciolopsis buski

Giardia lamblia

one two three

Euglena

Hyphae

Necator americanus

one two three

Paramecium

Penicillium

one two

Peziza

one two three four

Plasmodium

P. falciparum
one two three four five

P. malariae

one two

P. vivax

one two three four

Pneumocystis carinii

one two

Rhizopus

zygospore

sporangium

Saccharomyces

Schistosoma spps.

one two three

Schistosoma mansoni

one two three four five six

Taenia

one two three four

proglottids

one two three

scolex

Toxoplasmosis gondii

Trichinella

one two three four five six

Trichomonas vaginalis

one two

Trichuruasis

one two three four

Trympansoma cruzi

one two three four

Wuchereia bancrofti

Yeast

Zygomycota

one two three

 

 

BIOL 220 Microbiology- Nursing

 

BACTERIA

Acid fast stain

Bacillus

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Bacterial Pathogens

(clicking on this site will take you to a page where the following may be accessed)

Bacillus anthracis

B. cereus

Bacteroides fragilis

Bordetella pertussis

Borrelia burgdorferi

Chlamydia trachomatis

Clostridium botulinum

C. difficile

C. perfringens

C. tetani

Corynebacterium diptheriae

Enterococcus

Enterobacter

Escherichia coli

Haemophilus influenzae

Helicobacter pylori

Klebsiella pneumoniae

Lactobacillus

Legionella pneumophila

Mycobacterium tuberculosis

M. leprae

Neisseria gonorrhoeae

N. meningitidis

Propionibacterium acnes

Proteus

Pseudomonas aeruginosa

Rickettsia rickettsii

Salmonella enteriditis

S. typhi

Serratia marcescens

Shigella

Staphylococcus aureus

S. epidermidis

Streptococcus pneumoniae

S. agalactiae

S. pyogenes

Treponema pallidum

Vibrio cholerae

Yersinia pestis

 

 

 

FUNGI

Ascomycota

one two three four five six seven

Aspergillus

one two

Basidiomycota

one two three four

Candida albicans

Coprinus

one two three

Hyphae

Penicillium

one two

Peziza

one two three four

Rhizopus

zygospore

sporangium

Saccharomyces

Yeast

Zygomycota

one two three
 

PROTOZOANS

Balantidium coli

one two three

Cryptococcus

Entamoeba histolytica

one two three four five six

Giardia lamblia

one two three

Euglena

Paramecium

Plasmodium

P. falciparum
one two three four five

P. malariae

one two

P. vivax

one two three four

Pneumocystis carinii

one two

Toxoplasmosis gondii

Trichomonas vaginalis

one two

Trympansoma cruzi

one two three four

 

 

MULTICELLULARS

Ascaris lumbricoides

one two

Cestodes

Clonorchis sinensis

one two

Diphylobothrium

Echinococcus

one two three four five

Enterobius vermicularis

one two three four five

Fasciolopsis buski

Necator americanus

one two three

Schistosoma spps.

one two three

Schistosoma mansoni

one two three four five six

Taenia

one two three four

proglottids

one two three

scolex

Trichinella

one two three four five six

Trichuruasis

one two three four

Wuchereia bancrofti

 
MEDICAL MICRO TEXT
Bacterial Structure

Bacterial Classification

Bacterial Metabolism

Bacterial Genetics

Bacterial Normal Flora

Bacterial Pathogenesis

Bacterial Specific Acquired Immunity

Bacterial Epidemiology

Bacterial Diagnosis

Bacterial Antimicrobial Chemotherapy

Bacteria: Staphylococcus

Bacteria: Streptococcus

Bacteria: Neisseria, Acinetobacter

Bacteria: Bacillus

Bacteria: Misc. Pathogenic Bacteria

Bacteria: Anaerobes- general characteristics

Bacteria: Clostridia

Bacteria: Anaerobic Cocci

Bacteria: Anaerobic Gram-Negative Bacilli

Bacteria: Salmonella

Bacteria: Shigella

Bacteria: Campylobacter and Helicobacter

Bacteria: Cholera

Bacteria: E. coli in diarrheal disease

Bacteria: Enterobacters

Bacteria: Pseudomonas

Bacteria: Brucella

Bacteria: Pasteurella, Yersinia, Francisella

Bacteria: Haemophilus

Bacteria: Bordetella

Bacteria: Corynebacterium

Bacteria: Mycobacteria and Nocardia

Bacteria: Actinomyces

Bacteria: Borrelia and Spirillum

Bacteria: Treponema

Bacteria: Mycoplasmas

Bacteria: Rickettsiae

Bacteria: Chlamydia

Bacteria: Legionella

Viruses:Structure and classification

Viruses: Multiplication

Viruses: Genetics

Viruses: Effects of hosts

Viruses: Pathogenesis

Viruses: Infections

Viruses: Tumors

Viruses: Epidemiology

Viruses: Nonspecific defenses

Viruses: Immune defenses

Viruses: Control

Viruses: Chemotherapy

Viruses: Picornaviruses

Viruses:Togaviridae and Flaviviridae

Viruses:Togaviruses

Viruses: Bunyaviruses

Viruses: Arenaviruses

Viruses: Orthomyxoviruses

Viruses: Cornaviruses

Viruses: Rhabdoviruses

Viruses: Retroviruses

Viruses: Rotaviruses, Reoviruses, Orbiviruses

Viruses: Parvoviruses

Viruses: Norwalk viruses

Viruses: Papovaviruses

Viruses: Adenoviruses

Viruses: Herpesviruses

Viruses: Poxviruses

Viruses: Hepatitis

Viruses: Subacute spongiform virus encephalopathies

Viruses: Filoviruses

Mycology: General Concepts

Mycology: Basic biology

Mycology: Disease mechanisms

Mycology: Spectrum of mucoses

Mycology: Antifungal agents

Parasitology: Structure, etc.

Parasitology: Pathogenesis and defenses

Parasitology: Amebas and Dientamoeba

Parasitology: Trichomonas vaginalis

Parasitology: Free-living protozoans

Parasitology: Hemoflagellates

Parasitology: Malaria

Parasitology: Toxoplasma gondii

Parasitology: Pneumocystis carinii

Parasitology: Helminthes structure, etc.

Parasitology: Pathogenesis and defenses

Parasitology: Schistomes and trematodes

Parasitology: Cestodes

Parasitology: Enteric nematodes of humans

Parasitology: Enteric nematodes of lower animals

Parasitology: Filarial nematodes

Infections of the Respiratory system

Microbiology of the Circulatory system

Microbiology of Gastrointestinal system

Microbiology of the Nervous system

Microbiology of the Genitourinary system

Microbiology of skin and nails

Microbiology of dental decay and periodontal disease

Microbiology of the bones, joints, and soft tissue