Illustration Toolkit - Microbiology

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Ready to Use and Fully Editable Microbiology Illustrations for Presentations and Publications

* All illustrations are vector graphics
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* Freely change colors, lines, and shapes
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Set: 144 Editable Illustrations
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144 illustrations include a variety of pre-designed and fully editable Microbiology drawings.

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Size comparison among various atoms molecules and microorganismsVariation in shape and cell arrangementsProkaryotic cell structure
Bacterial flagellaA bacterial injection device (left) compared to a bacterial flagellum (right)A comparison of the cell walls - Gram-positive and Gram-negative
Structure of the bacterial cell membraneFacilitated transport through a membrane proteinThe process of binary fission
Two successive binary fissions produce daughter cells with various aged polesFormation of a bacterial spore by bacillus subtilisThe effect of oxygen on prokaryotic growth
The streak-plate isolation methodThe mechanism of enzyme actionEnzymes and activation energy
Metabolic pathways and enzyme inhibitionAdenosine triphosphate and ATP ADP cycleA metabolic pathway coupled to the ATP ADP cycle
Steps of glycolysisSteps of the Krebs cycleSummary of glycolysis and the Krebs cycle
Oxidative phosphorylation in prokaryotesThe ATP yield from aerobic respirationATP synthesis enzyme
The flow of protons (H+) cause F0 and the stalk to spinCarbohydrate protein and fat metabolismLactic acid fermentation
Alcoholic fermentationVariations in fermentation end productsPhotosynthesis in microorganisms - the energy-fixing reactions
Photosynthesis in microorganisms - the carbon-fixing reactionsProkaryotic DNA packingReplication of the circular chromosome in E coli
The transcription processtRNAtRNA - 3 dimensional structure
The transcription of the three types of RNAThe translation process in protein synthesisThe formation of spontaneous and induced mutations
Nitrous acid leads to mutationCategories and results of point mutationsMismatch repair mechanisms
Excision repair mechanismTransposon structureNegative selection identifies auxotrophs
Positive selection of mutantsUsing the Ames testGene transfer mechanisms
The transformation experiments of GriffithTransformationConjugation between an F+ cell and an F- cell
Conjugation between an Hfr cell and an F- cellBacteriophage replicative cyclesGeneralized transduction
Specialized transductionConstruction of a recombinant DNA moleculeThe cloning vector
The sequence of steps to engineer the Insulin gene into E coli cellsDeveloping new products using genetic engineeringThe Ti plasmid as a vector in plant genetic engineering
DNA probesStreptococcus pyogenesCorynebacterium diphtheriae
Bordetella pertussisNeisseria meningitidisStreptococcus pneumoniae
Haemophilus influenzae bPathogenic steps leading to meningitisMycobacterium tuberculosis
The progress of tuberculosisKlebsiella pneumoniaeMycoplasma pneumoniae
Legionella pneumophilaCoxiella burnettiClostridium botulinum
Clostridium perfringensSalmonella typhiShigella sonnei
Vibrio choleraeEscherichia coliCampylobacter jejuni
Gastric ulcers caused by Helicobacter pyloriListeria monocytogenesBrucella abortus
Bacillus anthracisClostridium tetaniLeptospira interrogans
Yersinia pestisFrancisella tularensisBorrelia burgdorferi
Life cycle of ixodid ticks that transmit lyme diseaseBorrelia recurrentisRickettsia rickettsii
Treponema pallidumNeisseria gonorrhoeaeChlamydia trachomatis
The chlamydial life cycleHaemophilus ducreyiMycobacterium leprae
Staphylococcus aureusStaphylococci and skin abscessesTreponema pertenue
Haemophilus aegyptiusClostridium difficilePasteurella multocida
Actinobacillus muris and Spirillum minusStreptococcus mutansActinobacillus muris and Spirillum minus
The components of virusesVarious viral shapesBacteriophages structure
The entry of animal viruses into their host cellsThe entry of animal viruses into their host cellsReplication of a DNA animal virus
The formation of a provirus by HIVThe production and activity of interferonHemagglutination and hemagglutination-inhibition test
The onset of cancerThe oncogene theoryThe formation of a tumor (oncogene) virus
Influenza virusInfluenzavirusRhinovirus
AdenovirusRespiratory syncytial virusHerpes simplex virus
Measles virusRubella virusFifth disease virus
Human papilloma virusSmallpox virusSmallpox virus
A diagram of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)Replication cycle of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)Epstein-Barr virus
Hepatitis B virusYellow fever virusHepatitis A virus
RotavirusNorovirusCoxsackie virus
Rabies virusPoliovirusThe transmission of West Nile encephalitis
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