BIOL 368 - Genetics and Cell Biology
Here are suggestions of references you can cite:
- This book is on reserve for your class. There are chapters on "Bacteria" and "DNA, RNA, and protein", which might be helpful.
- Try searching Sofia for (microbiol* OR bacteri*) AND (genetic* OR cell*).
- On the 3rd floor of the library, section QH 434 has books on Microbial genetics, and section QR 41.2 has many textbooks on microbiology.
- The search above gives many interesting results, including:
- Molecular genetics of bacteria
- Calculations for molecular biology and biotechnology (which has information about Cell Growth).
The QR5 - QR100 section of the library has many microbiology books that can be useful. Here are a few choices for bacterial media:
- Handbook of microbiological media.
- Maintenance of microorganisms : a manual of laboratory methods (located on the Vanier 3rd floor).
The QR5 - QR100 section of the reference section has many microbiology books that can be useful. Here are a few excellent choices for identifying bacteria:
- Bergey's manual of determinative bacteriology: Lists many different bacterial genera, with very specific characteristics, such as shape, gram staining, cell arrangements, colony characteristics, etc.
- Bergey's manual of systematic bacteriology: The 4 volumes list many different bacterial genera, with general characteristics, such as shape, gram staining, cell arrangements, etc.
- The Prokaryotes: General encyclopedia with entries for specific bacterial genera that cover identification through different tests to differentiate from other species. Also available online.
- A guide to the identification of the genera of bacteria, with methods and digests of generic characteristics.
If you are uncertain about citing, the Library Research Skills Tutorial has a Citing module on how to properly quote, paraphrase and cite your sources. You can also watch a video on how to acknowledge your sources.