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By Jeffrey C. Pommerville

ISBN-10: 076376258X

ISBN-13: 9780763762582

The 9th variation of this vintage textual content presents an organization beginning in microbiology with an emphasis on human sickness. it truly is written for college kids in nursing and allied future health courses and is acceptable for non-majors microbiology classes. With all the pedagogical parts and student-friendly ancillaries that Dr. Pommerville is understood for, this most up-to-date version presents a number of new updates and additions, together with the newest disorder information and records, additional fabric on rising illness outbreaks, and extended use of thought maps and masses extra.

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But, are we confident our beliefs are always in line with what is actually true? To test or challenge current beliefs, scientists must present logical arguments supported by well-designed and carefully executed experiments. The Components of Scientific Inquiry There are many ways of finding out the answer to a problem. In science, scientific inquiry—or what has been called the “scientific method”—is the way problems are investigated. Let’s understand how scientific inquiry works by following the logic of the experiments Louis Pasteur published in 1861 to refute the idea of spontaneous generation.

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