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    Interactive Microbiology Animations Bring Microbiology Phenomena to Life - Featuring 20 NEW Interactive and Engaging Animations!

    Posted by Lindsay White on Mar 20, 2014 12:36:36 PM

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    Jones & Bartlett Learning's Microbiology Animations bring fascinating microbiology phenomena to life with a collection of vivid, full color, interactive exercises. Twenty new animations have been developed to provide students with more visual, interactive, and engaging exercises! Each animation guides students through microbiology processes and gauges students' progress and understanding with assessment questions introduced throughout each narrated animation. These "Speed Bumps" serve to ensure that students fully understand the process demonstrated as well as retain the knowledge for future quizzes and tests.

    The Jones & Bartlett Learning suite of animations demonstrates the processes listed below. The newly incorporated animations are bolded.

    • Conjugation
    • Membrane Structure and Transport
    • Transduction
    • Complement
    • Translation
    • Inflammation
    • Antimicrobial drugs: Antibiotics and Resistance
    • Noncompetitive and Competitive Inhibition
    • Domains of Life
    • Glycolysis
    • Citric Acid Cycle
    • Electron Transport Chain
    • Transcription
    • Host Immune Defenses
    • Virulence
    • Fermentation
    • Bacterial Growth Curve
    • Photosynthesis
    • Mutations
    • Light Microscopy
    • Gram staining
    • Binary fission
    • Bacterial DNA replication
    • Transformation
    • Bacteriophage replication: Lysogenic cycle
    • Virus entry methods
    • Flu virus structure and recombination
    • Phagocytosis
    • Humoral Immunity
    • Cell-mediated immunity
    • Bacterial cell motility and chemotaxis
    • Mechanism of enzyme action
    • The operon and negative control
    • Bacteriophage replication: Lytic cycle
    • Virus structure
    • Herpes virus replication cycle
    • HIV virus and replication
    • Interferon action
    • Antibody function and antigen clearance
    • Type 1 hypersensitivity

    These interactive animations are included in Navigate Fundamentals of Microbiology, a complete courseware solution for introductory microbiology courses.  They can also enhance any microbiology course, on-ground or online, and bundle perfectly with any of our microbiology texts/eBooks, such as:

    To learn more about how to integrate this content into your course and view a sample animation, visit our site, complete the online form and site access will be emailed to you.

    Topics: microbiology, New Edition, animations, Biology, eLearning, Navigate, Online Learning, Science

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