Microbial Diseases

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  1. Karnataka text book for Class 10, Chapter 07 - Microbial Diseases

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  1. Understand the characteristics of microrganism.
  2. Recall and recognise the contribution of diferent microbiologists.
  3. Classifies microorganisms based on the shape,mode of nutrition.
  4. List out the useful and harmful effects of microrganisms.

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The unit begins with the idea of organisms which cannot be seen through our naked eyes. We then look at how those organisms can be seen.after a brief discription of earlier microbiologists and their contribution to the field of microbiology. Further this topic can be eloborated by identifying permanent slides of microbes in the microscope, and then classify the same based on the shape, structure and mode of nutrition. The unit extends as by listing out the uses of microorganisms in the day today life, industry, in the field of medicine, microbes in the kitchen etc.along with that discuss the harmful effects of microbes.

  1. .Microbes cannot be seen through our naked eyes. We need devices like microscope to observe them. The study of microbes is called microbiology.
  2. .Microbes are omnipresent. They found in air, water, soil, inside the plants, inside the animals, deserts, tundra region, hotspring, volcanos etc.
  3. .Louis pasteur is considered as the father of microbiology, by recognising his significant contribution to the field of microbiology. Another scientist by name antonie van leeuwanhopoke laid the foundation by inventing microscope. Robert koch an another person doctor by profession also contributed much to the development of microbiology as pure subject.
  4. .Microorganisms are classified as algae, fungi, bacteria, protozoans. Though viruses are microbes but not included in this group because they are considered as nonliving entities. Here , we can discuss viruses also.

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