Category Archives: Parasitology

Plasmodium species and their distribution

Plasmodium species and their distribution There are four species of Plasmodium that cause human malaria: Widespread species:Plasmodium falciparum Plasmodium vivax Less widespread species: Plasmodium malariae Plasmodium ovale Subdivision of Plasmodium The genus Plasmodium is subdivided into the subgenus Laverania and

Hot Oven Method of Sterilization

 HOT AIR OVEN we going to discuss on a Ho Oven on this post, if we can recall we have discuss on a verious type of sterilization which include; Sterilization Techniques in medical Laboratory, Verious Sterilization technique in the medical laboraotry and Using High

Verious Sterilization technique in the medical laboraotry

PHYSICAL TECHNIQUE This technique involved radiation dry heat, moisture, boiling water, steam at 100ºC, and steam under pressure. Radiation: This method involved the used electromagnetive radiation in the microbiology laboratory to achieve this sterilization goal. In these techniques, the source

Preparation of Thin and Thick Smear

MAKING OF SMEAR Smear simple mean the preparation of sample for microscopic examination on a microscopic slide. There are two type of smear; which are thick and thin smear. Thick smear This is type of smear is make by dropping

what is the Different between Fungi, Rickkeettsiae, and chlamydia?

FUNGI fungi are non-green plant organism, they are saprophytic or parasitic. The saprophytic fungi are beneficial to man, why that of parasitic causes different type of disease to man. Fungi been saprophytic or parasitic, they cannot manufacture their food by

GROUP OF MICROORGANISM

Microorganism is group into the following; Bacteria Virus Protozoa Fungi Algae Rickettsiae Chlamydia Although this section is mainly base on bacteria but a brief explanation of microorganism will be explain because with this explanation, it will give more insight of

What is Microorganism

MICROORGANISM Microorganisms are tiny organism which cannot be able to be seen with our naked eyes except with the help of microscope. Microorganism are ubiquitous in nature, (they are found everywhere i.e., in the air, soil, water, cloth, human bodies,

PROCEDURE FOR WIDAL TEST

Widal test is a test conducted in the laboratory for diagnosis of different type of  species and sub species of salmonella that cause typhoid fever. There are different species and sub species of salmonella but it only few of them