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THIRD EDITION
Marjorie Kelly Cowan
Miami University
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MICROBIOLOGY: A SYSTEMS APPROACH, THIRD EDITION
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Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Cowan, M. Kelly.
Microbiology : a systems approach / Marjorie Kelly Cowan. — 3rd ed.
p. cm.
Includes index.
ISBN 978–0–07–352252–4 — ISBN 0–07–352252–X (hard copy : alk.
paper) 1. Microbiology. I. Title.
QR41.2.C69 2012
616.9’041 — dc22
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Brief Contents
CHAPTER 1
The Main Themes of Microbiology 1
CHAPTER 2
The Chemistry of Biology 27
CHAPTER 3
Tools of the Laboratory: The Methods
for Studying Microorganisms 55
CHAPTER 4
Prokaryotic Profiles: The Bacteria and Archaea 80
CHAPTER 5
Eukaryotic Cells and Microorganisms 108
CHAPTER 6
An Introduction to the Viruses 139
CHAPTER 7
Microbial Nutrition, Ecology, and Growth 168
CHAPTER 8
Microbial Metabolism: The Chemical
Crossroads of Life 198
CHAPTER 9
Microbial Genetics 232
CHAPTER 10
Genetic Engineering and Recombinant DNA 268
CHAPTER 11
Physical and Chemical Control of Microbes 297
CHAPTER 12
Drugs, Microbes, Host—The Elements
of Chemotherapy 327
CHAPTER 13
Microbe-Human Interactions:
Infection and Disease 362
CHAPTER 14
Host Defenses I: Overview and
Nonspecific Defenses 397
CHAPTER 15
Host Defenses II: Specific Immunity
and Immunization 424
CHAPTER 16
Disorders in Immunity 459
CHAPTER 17
Diagnosing Infections 490
CHAPTER 18
Infectious Diseases Affecting the Skin and Eyes 512
CHAPTER 19
Infectious Diseases Affecting the
Nervous System 550
CHAPTER 20
Infectious Diseases Affecting the Cardiovascular
and Lymphatic Systems 584
CHAPTER 21
Infectious Diseases Affecting the
Respiratory System 622
CHAPTER 22
Infectious Diseases Affecting the
Gastrointestinal Tract 660
CHAPTER 23
Infectious Diseases Affecting the
Genitourinary System 708
CHAPTER 24
Environmental Microbiology 741
CHAPTER 25
Applied Microbiology and Food
and Water Safety 762
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About the Authors
Kelly Cowan has been a microbiologist at Miami University since 1993. She received her
Ph.D. at the University of Louisville, and later worked at the University of Maryland Center of
Marine Biotechnology and the University of Groningen in The Netherlands. Kelly has published
(with her students) twenty-four research articles stemming from her work on bacterial adhesion
mechanisms and plant-derived antimicrobial compounds. But her first love is teaching—both
doing it and studying how to do it better. She is chair of the Undergraduate Education Committee
of the American Society for Microbiology (ASM). When she is not teaching or writing, Kelly hikes,
reads, takes scuba lessons, and still tries to (s)mother her three grown kids.
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Preface
Students:
Welcome to the microbial world! I think you will fi nd it fascinating to understand
how microbes interact with us, and with our environment. The interesting thing is
that each of you has already had a lot of experience with microbiology. For one
thing, you are thoroughly populated with microbes right now, and much of your
own genetic material actually came from viruses and other microbes. And while you
have probably had some bad experiences with quite a few microbes, in the form of
diseases, you have certainly been greatly benefi ted by them as well.
This book is suited for all kinds of students and doesn’t require any prerequisite
knowledge of biology or chemistry. If you are interested in entering the health care
profession in some way, this book will give you a strong background in the biology
of microorganisms, without overwhelming you with unnecessary details. Don’t
worry if you’re not in the health professions. A grasp of this topic is important for
everyone—and can be attained with this book.
This has been called the Age of Biology. The 20 th century was often thought
of as the Age of Physics, with the development of quantum theories and the
theory of relativity. The Human Genome Project is just the most visible sign of the
Biology Age; in the 21st century we have an unprecedented understanding of genes
and DNA, and a new respect for the beauty and power of microorganisms. This
book can give you the tools you’ll need to read about and interpret new biological
discoveries in the years ahead.
—Kelly Cowan
I dedicate this book to all public health workers who devote
their lives to bringing the advances and medicines enjoyed
by the industrialized world to all humans.
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Author Kelly Cowan is now on Twitter! She shares interesting facts,
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to twitter.com.
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