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Microbiology, 6/e

Lansing M Prescott, Augustana College
John P Harley, Eastern Kentucky University
Donald A Klein, Colorado State University

ISBN: 0072556781
Copyright year: 2005

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  • Additional multiple choice questions in a self-quizzing interactive format
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  • Clinical Case Studies
  • An Interactive Time Line detailing events and highlighting personalities critical to the development of microbiology
  • Study Tips
  • Student Tutorial Service

For the Instructor:

  • A comprehensive Test Item File, written by David Mullin of Tulane University is available through Page Out. The Test Item File containing over 2500 questions, and password protected, provides a powerful instructional tool.
  • The Laboratory Resource Guide provides answers to all exercises in Laboratory Exercises in Microbiology, Fifth Edition by John Harley and Lansing Prescott.
  • Answers to Critical Thinking Questions in the text
  • Web Links to active microbiology sites and to other sites with teaching resources
  • A Course Consultant to answer your specific questions about using McGraw-Hill resources with your syllabus

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