M icrobiology laboratory is a branch of medical laboratory. Interested in studying infectious diseases, which is the microorganisms . There are four type of microorganisms that causes infectious disease are bacteria, parasites, fungi and viruses. The microbiology laboratory is study the microorganism that cannot be seen by the eyes . The microbiology laboratory is take a sample from patient to know what type of bacteria or another microorganism a causing the disease, and what the best treatment for it.
The medical field is something that I want to get involved in to help heal people; consequently, biomedical engineering intrigues me. Doctors are really cool, in my opinion, because they save peoples’ lives. Many people do not want to be doctors because they think that doctors also lose a lot of their patients. That is the bad part of the job, but I believe the feeling of saving another person’s life will be somewhat fulfilling. In biomedical engineering it combines my love of math and my want to save lives or improve them.
Just as “behind every successful man is a woman”, fieldwork is also integral to the success of a research study. The fieldwork team is responsible for collecting quality data. In a social research study, there are six parts to it: literature review, construction of the questionnaire, pilot testing of questionnaire, data collection and fieldwork, data cleaning, data analysis. Every part of the research study is significant. The fieldwork comprises of quantitative and qualitative research.
Is there a right way to do anthropological fieldwork? At its foundation, fieldwork involves developing rapport with people to acquire access to authentic and concrete knowledge pertaining to the specific culture being studied. Communication between the anthropologist and the people he or she studies is an essential component to the entire nature of fieldwork. Yet at the same time, communication is the root of many problems an anthropologist can encounter while in the field. The cultural background of the anthropologist can often contrast with the culture he or she enters during fieldwork.
These jobs tend to need more experience and schooling though. These job differences also change workers day-to-day tasks and in extreme cases, their entire life. While jobs can range from office work to field work, it is not uncommon for new archaeologists to move to different countries to be closer to work, or move temporarily for better research access (Hirst). The day-to-day assignments that workers complete are based off of the stage of their archaeological process, and the area of study they are following. For while many travel to different places, and have step by step plans to achieve their goals, others may just wait to test soil samples, or a combination of duties that contribute to a company, team, or themselves.
Many of which live in a mutualistic relationship with other species, both aiding in each others survival, a common example would be the E.coli in our intestines which aid us in digestion and in numerous amounts of vitamins that our body cannot produce, and in return, we would provide them with a warm and safe space, plenty of food and a source of transportation. Some bacteria are used in producing our foods, such as Lactobacillus which are in our dairy products and makes the cheeses and yogurt that we eat and some bacteria can create our medicine, such as our vaccines. Another role would be as fermenters, these types of bacteria are very useful in making vinegar and wine, by releasing the energy of food without the presence of oxygen. A few human uses of bacteria would be their role in digesting petroleum, which is very beneficial in oil spills, they are also used for the removal of waste and poison from water and can help in mining minerals and concentrating the minerals in ores to obtaining them easier. Overall, from the presence of these beneficial bacterias,
Lizeth Felix-Guzman AVID August 9, 2014 Marine Biologist A marine biologist refers to anyone who studies or works with animals or plants that live in salt water from the tiniest microbes and plankton to the largest whales, and every species in between. Marine biologist also works towards discovering all the unknown plants and animals that live in the depths of the sea. Marine biologist study life in the oceans, they study the process of how marine organisms develop and relate to each other and how they adapt to their environment and interact with it (Marine).Studying this is essential in order for them to be preserved. Usually marine biologists have more specific job titles such as an ichthyologist, cetologist, marine mammal trainer,
3. Introduction Microorganisms are microscopic organisms that can be found all around us. They cannot be seen with a naked eye, but can be viewed with the use of a microscope. Microorganisms occupy a wide range of environments. They can be harmful or beneficial.
Microorganisms are tiny organisms that have been present on life from the past few billions of years. These tiny organisms are vital for the existence of human mankind and exist everywhere, in and out of the human body. Microbes include bacteria, fungi, protists, viruses and archae (1). Microbes however have indispensible advantages and benefits in many different areas. One example includes the industry of food production, where microbes hold a immense responsibility both on small scale, inside homes and on big scale too.
INTRODUCTION Microbes are important in the industries. Our industries uses microbes to assist in the manufacturing of useful products or to dispose waste product. Microbes gives a lot of benefit in our industries. For examples, food industries, medicine industries, agriculture and mining. The history of industrial microbiology have five phases.