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    Access Excellence - A great place for biology science teachers. Contains current science news items, teachers exchange, hundreds of science labs and educational resources.

    Microbiology at KU and Jack's Place - This fantastic site contains Bugs in the News and What the Heck is.... A great place for those who want to learn more about microbiology.

    CELLS alive! - One of the best sites I have seen! Good general microbiology information. Truly a multimedia experience.

    Stalking the Mysterious Microbe - Hey kids: Join microbial detective Sam Sleuth in solving microbe mysteries! Try some fun microbiology experiments you can do at home. Check out some cool-looking microbes and learn just what exactly a microbe is.

    Bug Bytes - Bug Bytes is a site that provides information about current issues in Infectious diseases, each biweekly issue of Bug Bytes will attempt to present a single problem in Infectious Diseases. The information is concise concerning the diagnosis, therapy, or biology of an infectious disease.

    The FDA Bad Bug page - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's handbook which provides basic facts regarding foodborne pathogenic microorganisms and natural toxins. Good information and a lot of good content.

    Introduction to Bacterial Structure - A great site containing great information and images of bacterial structures. If you are wanting an introduction to how bacteria are put together this is a great starting place.

    Suite101.com: Microbiology - A site containing weekly articles on microbiology topics without all the scientific jargon. Many links to sites with good content and discussions on various topics in microbiology.

    National Center for Infectious Diseases - NCID conducts surveillance, epidemic investigations, epidemiological & laboratory research, training, and public education programs to develop, evaluate, & promote prevention and control strategies for infectious diseases - division of Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC).

    Cells and Microbiology - Very nice graphical tutorial.

    Microbiology & Public Health - This website contains information on public health, infectious disease profiles, mycology, virology, parasitology, mycobacteriology, bacteriology and environmental health.

    Microbeworld: Your Gateway to the World of Microbes - A place to view colorful images of microbes, read intriguing microbial facts and trivia, get educational resources and activities, and learn more about these fascinating microscopic creatures.

    Virtual Museum of Bacteria - The museum provides information for the general public on all aspects of bacteria with integrated hyperlinks to >250 relevant sites. Annotated lists of links are also provided for professional microbiologists

    Medical Microbiology: Neal's Microbial World! - This site contains microbiology articles. It is designed for people that want to know more about this area but are not scientists.

    CBS Yeast Database - Contains data on nearly 4,500 strains of yeast from the CBS and 1,250 strains from a Portuguese institution.

    Wastewater Organisms Database - Dichotomous key for identifying wastewater filamentous bacteria

    Name that Bug! - A fun bacterial identification exercise.

    LDF: Lyme Disease Foundation - A great site full of information. If you have Lyme disease or know of someone who does this is a great site to start looking for information.

    Medical Microbiology - A website containing information on the microorganisms that cause diseases in humans. Lecture notes, laboratory notebook, computerized clinical cases, most common causes of infectious diseases file, and much more.

    Plague Wars - A Frontline/PBS collaborative that details how viruses and bacteria have been developed/used as bioweapons and the history of bioweapons.

    Salmonellosis and its laboratory diagnosis - Salmonellosis and its laboratory diagnosis: Complete description of salmonella infections, isolation of salmonella typhi in laboratory, laboratory diagnosis of typhoid fever. --Dr. Avinash Abhyankar.

    Bacterial Cell Diagram - Computer graphic of a generalised bacterial cell showing Gram +ve and Gram -ve features.

    Biophage Forum and Information Center - A place for the medical community to discuss biophages (Phages) and their potential uses to combat disease in areas where antibiotics are beginning to fail.

    Spirogyra Web Page - Gives a brief description of the common green alga known as sporogyra Pictures:Descriptive sexual process

    Grapes of Staph: Doc Kaiser's Microbiology - Dr. Kaiser's microbiology course and laboratory manual are features to help anyone wanting to know more about microbes.

    Bacteria Animal Symbiosis Site - Symbiotic interactions between bacteria and animals are described with pictures and links to home pages of researchers and to publications

    MicroAngela's Electron Microscope Image Gallery - Annotated and colorized images of insects, microbes.

    Bacterial Worlds--a cyber-portal to microbial life - Three and a half billion years ago, our bacterial foremothers brought forth a new form of information sharing--the first World Wide Web.

    ArchaeaWeb - The aim of the site is to collect together all sources of information concerning archaea and extremophiles on the WWW.

    Ron's Pond Scum - Microscopic images of fresh water microlife. Images and descriptive text not limited to Paramecium, Amoeba, Stentor, Vorticella or Daphnia.

    The Microbiology Network - Links to users' groups on the WWW, mail lists, forums, and file libraries. Major areas of interest are regulatory microbiology in the pharmaceutical, food, and personal care industries.

    TML & MSH MicroWeb - We are a comprehensive Canadian microbiology and infectious diseases website. Includes an good clinical microbiology laboratory manual.

    Aksoy Laboratory- Trypanosomiasis / Tsetse / Symbiosis - This page describes the research program in Serap Aksoy's laboratory on tsetse fly genetics, its bacterial symbionts and trypanosome transmission.

    Protozoan Videos From Insights - Developed for students in grades 5-12, these three protozoan videos show locomotion, cell parts, reproduction and the food chain in action. A comprehensive teacher handbook accompanies all orders.

    Microbiology 1020 - Jerome Knutson, University of Minnisota Crookston, has created a good introductory Microbiology course.

    Microbiology 101/102 - Dr. Hurlbert's excellent Microbiology website is back. This site contains an enormous amount of information for people interested in learning about Microbiology.

    Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek - Top Biography - Sites Provides Biography, Works, Sp. Features, Chronology, Quotations & Images of Father of Microbiology Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek.

    Microbiology and Immunology Online - Dr. Richard Hunt and his colleagues at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine have created an excellent Medical Microbiology and Immunology website.

    Microbiology Webbed Out - Timothy Paustian from the University of Wisconsin-Madison has created an excellent microbiology textbook.

    Active Learning Centre- Microbiology - Test your microbiology knowledge at this site. It also contains basic descriptions of various microorganisms.

    Bugs in the News - John (Jack) C. Brown from the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kansas has created great microbiology site. It contains a "What the Heck is...?", a general interest, and other bug bytes sections. Good information.

    Bugs on the Web - The faculty at University of Alberta have created an excellent microbiology site. It contains a number of topics including a Fact or Artifact- Parasitology tutoral, World of Dematophytes- A Pictoral Directory, and much much more.

    EPA Microbiology Page - This site contains microbiology-related information that has been developed by the Environmental Protection Agency. Image gallery of various parasites and viruses.

    The MicrobeLibrary.org - Contains visual and curricular resources of use to teachers of microbiology.


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