MicrobeHunter Magazine (February 2012)

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Volume 2, Number 2, February 2012

Download PDF: Microbehunter (February 2012) (2939 downloads)

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Welcome to MicrobeHunter magazine. You can download the PDF and order a printed version.

At this point I would also like to encourage all readers to participate by writing articles (short and long). Read the submissions page for more information.

If you encounter any errors or mistakes, please inform me, I will correct these and upload a new version.

Contents

Preparation of Some Histological Sections of the Earthworm
The anatomy of the earthworm provides many interesting sections.
Mike Morgan

Winter Hike Encounter with an Iron Bacterial Bloom
Iron bacteria form thick sheaths of iron hydroxides. These biofilms can provide a good environment for ciliates and diatoms.
Charles Guevara

Gallery of Images

Micrographs by Anthony Thomas, Manfred Rath, R. Nassar, Luca Monzo

The Stereo Microscope: Part 1
This interesting four part series introduces the stereo microscope and discusses its history, design, and applications.
R. Jordan Kreindler

Microscope Stages – The Story So Far
A brief history of the development of the microscope stage.
Andrew K. Long

Closterium striolatum EHR. ex RALFS
Mike Guwak

The Colors of Money
Let’s do the world economic crisis all honor and have a look at some coins and bills.
Oliver Kim

5 thoughts on “MicrobeHunter Magazine (February 2012)”

    1. Hello, I’ll get the printed issue out within a few days. I always release the printed issue a bit after the PDF to correct errors, should some appear.
      Oliver.

  1. Oliver,

    First; thanks for this excellent resource, and for the continuing high quality. … You are doing an amazing job!

    I have, however, spotted one small problem with this February 2012 issue
    … The download appears with the filename January, not February.
    This is easily changed by the user, but may cause some confusion.

    Keep up the good work

    MichaelG.

  2. Please ammend my previous comment, I just checked the downloads
    … The confusing issue is in fact January 2012, which does not follow your standard naming convention.

    MichaelG.

  3. Majored in bacteriology (later changed to microbology) at BYU 1960. We studied real bacteriology not DNA typing or stem cell research. I was employed thirty years as a control chemist in household products and food technology.
    Interested in subscribing to a digital version of Microbe Hunter magazine and maybe do some minor projects at home as a lone freelancer However I’m unable to purchase simple reagents and supplies
    The book “Microbe Hunters,’ written by Paul de Kruif stimulated an early interest in bacteriology during the late 1940’s

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