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How to understand microbiology in easier way? Or any way to memorize bacterias,viruses?? It's really hard ....
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i usually break the whole micro down into sections.
1) gram +ve
2)G -ve (half)
3)G -ve
4) DNA viruses
5)RNA viruses
6)mycology and parasites
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@SRI101: so you mean to say I shou do all genus ?
Are you doing all?
How do u memorize them?
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no i break them down as listed above and each day i do one. For instance gram positive half of it in the morning and the other half in the evening .. .so i dont pile a whole lot of micro at one time.
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I made flash cards, I down loaded pictures of everything I needed to know, also try and find an online medical dictionary with Audio, so you can hear the pronunciation (that always helped me).
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