Stimulants, Antibacterials, and Antivirals
These notes go over a section of Option D, Medicinal Chemistry, of the IB Chemistry SL curriculum. They provide an in-depth explanation of different drugs that qualify as stimulants, antibacterials, and antivirals, with special focus on penicillin and AIDS/HIV.
Microbiology - Bacterial Cells
Bacterial morphology and arrangement
Gram and acid-fast staining - with examples
Peptidoglycan wall structure - how it grows through with binary fission
Antibiotics - action on the peptidoglycan
Enumeration of bacteria
Learning unit 2 of microbiology 2, enumeration of bacteria. Microbial growth is referred to as an increase in the number of cells not size, bacteria grow and divide by binary fission a rapid and simple process of division
Biology Notes: Genetics of Bacteria
Follows the Singapore-Cambridge GCE A Level H2 Biology Syllabus 9744 (NEW syllabus).
Compiled by student from Hwa Chong Institution (Graduated in 2018) with consistent A in H2 Biology. Received 90 RP for A level 2018.
Harmful and beneficial bacteria
Some bacteria are harmful to humans as well as to plants and animals, whereas a vast majority is useful in food production, antibiotic production, fermentation, etc..
Unit 15 assignment 3
Course: BTEC Applied science (medical science)
Unit: Unit 15 assignment 3.
About: Growth rate of bacteria/ this also included calculation Logarithm of exponential growth rate of bacteria