A Manual of Bacteriology

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P. Blakiston's son & Company, 1908 - Bacteriology - 466 pages
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Contents

Kirkbride Forceps for Slides
27
Schanze Microtome
39
Sterilization
53
Hotair Sterilizer
54
Arnold Steam Sterilizer
57
Massachusetts Board of Health Sterilizer
58
Koch Steam Sterilizer
59
Autoclave
61
Kitasato Filter
62
Culturemedia
64
Testtube with Potato
72
Wire Basket for Testtubes
77
The Cultivation of Bacteria Tubecultures the Incubator Anaerobic
78
Manner of Holding Testtubes
79
Stabculture
80
Incubator
83
Reichert Gasregulator
84
Roux Bimetallic Gasregulator
85
Koch Automatic Gasburner
86
Rogers Electric Thermoregulator
88
Buchners Method for Cultivating Anaerobes
90
Frankels Method for Cultivating Anaerobes
91
Novys Method for Cultivating Anaerobes
92
Streak Culture of the Potato Bacillus
93
Petri Dish
96
Dilutioncultures in Esmarch Rolltubes
97
Appearance of Colonies on Gelatin in a Petri Dish
98
PIG PAGB 35 Esmarchs Rolltube
99
Mouseholder
102
Apparatus for the Subcutaneous Insertion of Solid Substances
103
McCraes Method for Making Collodion Capsules
106
Coverglass Preparation of Blood
108
Sternberg Bulb
109
Systematic Study of Species of Bacteria Suggestions for Classwork
115
Micrococci of Various Forms
118
Bacilli of Various Forms
119
Involution Forms
120
Bacteria with Capsules
122
Bacteria with Spores
123
Bacteria Showing Flagclla
124
Fermentationtube
132
Sedgwick Tucker Aerobioscope
138
Immunity Phagocytosis Antitoxin
212
Receptors of the First Order Uniting with Toxin
219
Receptors of the Second Order and of Some Substance Uniting with One of Them
221
Receptors of the Third Order and of Some Substance Uniting with One of Them
222
Spectrum of Theoretically Fresh Crude Toxin
224
Spirilla from Swamp Water with Flagella
276
Yeast Cells
278
Penicillium glaucum Oldium lactis Aspergillus glaucus Mucor mucedo
279
PATHOGENIC BACTERIA
282
Staphylococcus pyogenes aureus in Pus
289
Staphylococcus pyogenes aureus in Pure Culture
291
Staphylococcus pyogenes aureus in Culture in Gelatin
296
Streptococcus pyogenes in Pus
297
Streptococcus pyogenes Culture on Agar
298
Micrococcus tetragenus in Pus
299
71 Micrococcus lanceolatus of Pneumonia in Sputum
304
Micrococcus lanceolatus of Pneumonia Showing Capsules
305
Diplococcus intracellularis meningitidis
309
Bacillus pyocyaneus
318
Bacillus of Bubonic Plague
320
Bacillus aerogenes capsulatus
324
Bacillus of Tetanus
328
Bacillus of Anthrax
332
Bacillus of Anthrax Colony jj 83 Bacillus of Anthrax Culture
334
Bacillus of Anthrax Showing Concave Ends
335
Bacillus of Anthrax in the Liver
336
Bacillus of Diphtheria
339
Bacillus of Diphtheria Neissers Stain
340
Bacillus of Diphtheria Culture
341
Bacillus tuberculosis
350
Branching Form of Tubercle Bacillus
351
Bacillus tuberculosis stained in Sputum
352
Rayfungus of Actinomycosis Fresh Preparation
367
Actinomyces bovis from a Pure Culture
369
Bacillus of Typhoid Fever
370
Bacillus of Typhoid Fever with Flagella
371
Widal Serumreaction with Typhoid Bacilli
376
Bacillus coli communis
382
Bacillus coli communis with Flagella
383
Spirillum of Cholera
388
Spirillum of Cholera Involution Forms
391
Spirillum of Cholera Colonies on Gelatin Plates
392
Spirillum of Cholera Culture in Gelatin
393
Vibrio proteus 4i
400
Spirillum of Relapsing Fever 43
403
PATHOGENIC PROTOZOA
407
Malarial Parasite
417
no Trypanosomes in the Blood of the Rat
422
APPENDIX
426
Index
438
in Plates for Counting Colonies 44 44i
442
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Page 9 - And the leper in whom the plague is, his clothes shall be rent, and his head bare, and he shall put a covering upon his upper lip, and shall cry, Unclean, unclean. 46 All the days wherein the plague shall be in him he shall be defiled; he is unclean: he shall dwell alone; without the camp shall his habitation be.
Page 9 - And every open vessel, which hath no covering bound upon it, is unclean. 16 And whosoever toucheth one that is slain with a sword in the open fields, or a dead body, or a bone of a man, or a grave, shall be unclean seven days.
Page 111 - No package containing diseased tissue shall be delivered to any representative of any of said laboratories until a permit shall have first been issued by the Postmaster General, certifying that said institution has been found to be entitled, in accordance with the requirements of this regulation, to receive such specimens.
Page 11 - Every year thousands undergo this operation; and the French ambassador says pleasantly, that they take the small-pox here by way of diversion, as they take the waters in other countries.
Page 347 - The culture, after a weeks growth, is removed from the incubator, and having been tested for purity by microscopic and culture tests is rendered sterile by the addition of 10 per cent of a 5 per cent solution of carbolic acid. After...
Page 110 - Specimens of diseased tissues may be admitted to the mail for transmission to United States, state or municipal laboratories, only when inclosed in mailing packages constructed in accordance with this regulation. 2. Liquid cultures, or cultures of micro-organisms in media that are fluid at the ordinary temperature (below 45 C.
Page 435 - Cohn's Solution. Growth copious, scanty, absent. Medium fluorescent, non-fluorescent. 14. Uschinsky's Solution. Growth copious, scanty, absent. Fluid viscid, not viscid. 15 . Sodium Chloride in Bouillon. Per cent, inhibiting growth 16. Growth in Bouillon over Chloroform, unrestrained, feeble, absent.
Page 434 - Consistency, slimy, viscid, unchanged. Medium, browned, reddened, blued, greened. Lab ferment, present, absent. 8. Litmus milk. Acid, alkaline, acid then alkaline, nn...
Page 428 - FILIFORM, in stroke or stab cultures a uniform growth along line of inoculation. FIMBRIATE, border fringed with slender processes, larger than filaments. FLOCCOSE, growth composed of short curved chains, variouly oriented.
Page 428 - CORIACEOUS, growth tough, leathery, not yielding to the platinum needle. CRATERIFORM, round, depressed, due to the liquefaction of the medium. CRETACEOUS, growth opaque and white, chalky.

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