Általános mikrobiológia [General Microbiology]
Regarding its content, the present general microbiology book consists of 6 chapters. The definition of the subject matter of microbiology and of the concept of microorganism is followed by the historical review containing a description of the development of the science of microbiology and its importance from the beginnings until now. In the chapter on bacteriology, the morphological characteristics of the bacterial cell, the structural and physiological properties are presented in detail, which allows us a better understanding of the vital functions of bacteria.
The aim of the chapter entitled The diversity of prokaryotes is to review the major important taxonomical groups of bacteria and their representatives. The chapter on virology contains information related to viruses and subviral agents. The chapter entitled Eukaryote microorganisms combines the presentation of the characteristics and the importance of micromycetes, microscopic algae, and protozoa. In the final chapter, the pathogenicity of bacteria and fungi is presented in general terms.