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Environmental and Applied Microbiology
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Biosphere – thick envelope of life that surrounds the earth’s surface
Levels of organization
Trophic and energy pyramid
Roles of microorganisms
The carbon cycle
Overview of photosynthesis
Reactions of photosynthesis
Nitrogen fixation through symbiosis
Structure of rhizosphere
Stratification of lake
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Profiles of a lake
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Methods of water analysis
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Sewage treatment stratification.
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Microbes and humans compete for nutrients in food.
Microbes, through fermentation, can impart desirable aroma, flavor, or texture to foods.
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Microorganisms as food stratification.
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Insert Table 26.3 stratification.
Insert figure 26.35 amounts of metabolites
Origins of metabolites
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