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Human Microbial Ecology

By Michael J. Hill, Philip D. Marsh

CRC Press – 1989 – 162 pages

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    978-0-8493-4201-1
    November 30th 1989

Description

The aim of this comprehensively written volume is to provide a baseline of information on the normal microflora at various sites in the body. It focuses on the mouth, upper digestive tract, large intestine, skin, and urinogenital tract. Written in an easy-to-read format, this book highlights the level of detail available. For example, it explains that in the mouth and colon the data are extremely detailed and good quantitative information is available on large numbers of bacterial species. This work analyzes the similarities and differences between the microfloras of the various "internal" surfaces, and discusses the clear value of good taxonomy. It focuses on problems and extended research in the progress at other sites. Because this work researches the advances and discoveries made in specific areas of human microbial ecology, it is an ideal source for all who are involved in microbiology, bacteriology, and infectious diseases.

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"…instructive…offers a wealth of facts…should not be missing in a microbiologist's reference library."

-Zbl. f. Bakteriologie

Contents

Factors Controlling the Microflora of the Healthy Mouth. Factors Controlling the Microflora of the Health Upper Gastrointestinal Tract. Control of the Large Bowel Microflora. Factors Affecting the Microflora of the Lower Genital Tract of Healthy Women. Factors Controlling the Microflora of the Skin.

Related Subjects

  1. Microbiology
  2. Pathology

Name: Human Microbial Ecology (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: By Michael J. Hill, Philip D. Marsh. The aim of this comprehensively written volume is to provide a baseline of information on the normal microflora at various sites in the body. It focuses on the mouth, upper digestive tract, large intestine, skin, and urinogenital tract. Written in an...
Categories: Microbiology, Pathology