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CHAPTER 1History AND DEVELOPMENT of EARLY THEORIES
CHAPTER 2SYSTEMAtic RELATIONSHIPs of Microorganis Ms
CHAPTER 3THE CELL
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active aerobic agents alcohol amount anaerobic animals antigen antitoxin ascospores Bacillus bacteria bacterial cells Bacteriology Bacterium blood boiling botulism carbohydrates carbon cause cent Chapter characteristics chemical chlorine classification Clostridium compounds conidia contain cycle decomposition diphtheria discussed disease disinfection Eberthella typhosa endospores enzymes Escherichia coli fermentation filter flagella formation formed fungi GENUs granules growth Health heat hydrogen hyphae immune bodies indicate infection inoculation investigators isolated known laboratory lactic acid living material metabolism methods microorganisms microscope milk molds molecules motile nitrogen non-motile nucleus organic matter oxidation oxygen parasite Pasteur pathogenic plant poisoning prepared present probably proteins protoplasm protozoa ptomaine pure cultures putrefaction reaction reported resistant rods rôle salt serum sewage soil solution spores sterile substances sugar sulfur TANNER's Bacteriology temperature term theory tion tissue toxin tuberculosis type species typhoid fever usually vaccine virus Winogradsky yeast