Yearning Young Mind

Tex Bandrew bioteknolog at yahoo.dk
Fri May 6 09:08:13 EST 2005


LOL....

maby i should start chekking the post dates....

Anyways... i will be pissed, if he dosent post a thank you message :)

Tex

"Scott Coutts" <scott.coutts at med.monash.edu.au> wrote in message 
news:HrKee.5048$31.2304 at news-server.bigpond.net.au...
>I wonder if he's still checking for responses almost a year later lol (:
>
> Scott.
>
> Tex Bandrew wrote:
>
>> I read "Brock biology of microorganisms" as my first microbiology book, 
>> and i think its gread...
>>
>> If you want fiction books i cant help you.
>>
>> Tex
>>
>> "Matt" <kimosabe06 at hotmail.com> wrote in message 
>> news:96f21ae.0405251940.1c082e2b at posting.google.com...
>>
>>>Friends,
>>>
>>>I have recently read "The Hot Zone" by Richard Preston, and several
>>>other books concerning deadly viruses including "Virus Ground Zero",
>>>"Ebola", and "Virus Hunter". I am currently reading "Man and
>>>Microbes". I also have a textbook called "Basic Microbiology" that I
>>>am reading (somewhat sporadically though).
>>>
>>>I was wondering if you had any other ideas for books that give a good
>>>glimpse into Microbiology. I know that you might think that I am just
>>>some kid who read "The Hot Zone" and thinks he likes Microbiology, or
>>>that I am only interested in deadly viruses. But I am truly interested
>>>in the field and want to learn about what really goes on.
>>>
>>>Any book ideas would be greatly helpful. I feel like my mind is a
>>>sponge when I'm reading these books!
>>>
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Matt
>>
>>
>>
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