Visual Media Briefs

Visual Media Briefs consist of high-quality, short communications with digital images, animations, and videos about the microbial world. Brief content is visually engaging and covers the expanse of ASM's Curriculum Guidelines. Each item includes an introduction, methods, discussion, and reference section. Briefs describe the item and how it was obtained (e.g., cultured and isolated), its significance and/or use, magnification, and references. Visual Media Briefs are similar to short research communications (or briefs) in scientific journals and can be used to enhance presentations. Content is free, original, open access, and peer-reviewed by the microbiology educator community. Visual Media Brief content was published between 2007 and 2014.

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  • 2014 [4] http://pub2web.metastore.ingenta.com/ns/yearOfPublication 2014
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