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At the end of the chapter are would be valuable. Figure , showing sites of action of count, Blood coagulation, and Immunology-blood cross- various antimicrobial agents, is an excellent addition. Blood chemistry is the subject matter of theChapter 8, on procedures for bacteriological and myco- 6th chapter, which manages to pack lots of valuable logical examination of clinical specimens, is brief, but contains significant information concerning the sub- information into 21 pages.
Dry strip chemistry is intro- duced with a commendable mention of understanding the mission of specimens. The authors have concen- not emphasized sufficiently for the student, who should be aware of hemolysis, freshness, anticoagulant pref- trated on the essentials, leaving out excess informa- tion and thereby keeping the book suitable as an under- erence, transport, storage, and disposal.
This chapter does graduate text. However, the students would be better identify the value of the in-house clinical laboratory, pleased if bacterial infections were also listed, or dealt which has the potential of increased profit for the vet- with in a condensed style, according to the host and organ erinarians and, hopefully, the technician or technologist who selected the labor-saving, cost-efficient system.
In the present format, the student will have to extract information from different chapters In conclusion, this is one of the better laboratory texts currently available and its compact size increases itsto make a list of bacteria causing specific conditions, such affordability for student and graduate veterinary as bovine mastitis.
Chapters 28 to 30 deal with miscellaneous potential pathogens and nonpathogens, Rickettsia, Chlamydia, and Reviewed by Lesley E. The students will find the figures in these and Colony, Health Sciences, St. Lawrence College, chapters particularly useful. Introductory virology is dealt with in chapters 36 to 39 PART IV ; it includes general characteristics and classification of viruses, pathogenesis, prevention and control of viral infections, and laboratory diagnosis.
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All in all, Essentials of Veterinary which adopts an encyclopedic rather than a cookbook Microbiology, 5th edition, is a good choice as a text book approach. It is not always easy to locate specific infor- for undergraduate veterinary students. It should also mation since chapter headings do not reflect the scope of find a place in veterinary diagnostic laboratories and on content. For example, bandaging techniques are described the bookshelves practising veterinarians.
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Diagnostic techniques to histopathological sections, and necropsy specimens are screen for disease appear comparable, although there is no scattered throughout. In short, while The questions cover a variety of topics from identi- the book would be a valuable addition to the library of any fication of species to methods of anesthesia, tests indi- small animal practice, it could not act as a stand-alone ref- cated, likely causes of lesions, and possible treatments.
Overall the strongest sections The answers are direct and to the point.
Carter has published numerous scientific papers and is the senior author of more than a dozen textbooks. Table of contents Preface. Morphology and Classification of Bacteria and Archaea.
Bacterial Nutrition and Growth. Bacterial Metabolism.
Microbial Molecular Genetics. Genetic Transfer, Recombination and Genetic Engineering. Sources and Transmission of Infectious Agents. Host Parasite Relationships. Antimicrobial Chemotherapy.
Sterilization and Disinfection. Diagnostic Veterinary Bacteriology and Mycology: An Overview. Bartonella and Brucella. Burkholderia , Bordetella and Taylorella. Francisella and Coxiella. Pseudomonas and Moraxella. Enterobacteriaceae I.
Enterobacteriaceae II: Salmonella and Yersinia. Actinobacillus and Haemophilus. Pasteurella and Mannheimia. Lawsonia , Arcobacter , Campylobacter , and Helicobacter.
Erysipelothrix and Bacillus. Actinobaculu m, Actinomyces and Arcanobacterium. Dermatophilus and Corynebacterium.