maths and microbiology

Rich Fortnum fortnum at hookup.net
Mon Mar 6 20:40:33 EST 1995


In article <3ihsnf$3tf at mserv1.dl.ac.uk>, <ISING at macollamh.ucd.ie> wrote:

> Dear Newsgroup,
> 
> As part of an effort to increase students abilities to apply their 
> mathematical knowledge to microbiological problems we are trying to 
> formulate a small book containing relevant microbiological examples. 
> If anyone is aware of any good textbooks which may be suitable for 
> this could you please contact me.
> Your help is very much appreciated.
> 
> Ian Singleton,
> Industrial Microbiol. Dept.
> University College,
> Dublin 4.
> 
> E-mail ising at macollamh.ucd.ie   


How about dilution series calculations?  Hemacytometer calculations? 
Calculations for 'how many yeast cells would it take to reach to the moon'
kinda things?

Cheers.  I mean, slainte.  :-)

-- 
BeeRich
F & M Breweries Limited
Guelph, Ontario, CANADA
fortnum at hookup.net



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