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CHAPTER IHistory AND DEvelopMENT of EARLY THEORIEs
CHAPTER IISYSTEMATIC RELATIONSHIPs of MICRoorGANISMs
CHAPTER IIITHE CELL
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acid action active agar agent alcohol amount animals appearance Bacillus bacteria Bacteriology Bacterium become blood body boiling branching called cause cells cent changes Chapter characteristics chemical classification colonies common compounds conidiophores conidium contain cultures determine discussed disease disinfection early enzymes examination experiments fact factors fermentation fever formation formed GENUs give given glucose grow growth Health heat immunity important indicate infection inoculation interesting isolated known later living material matter means medium methods microorganisms milk minutes mycelium nature necessary nitrogen occur organism oxidation parasites Pasteur period person plant poisoning possible prepared present probably proteins Public reaction relation reported resistant rods salt secured serum soil solution species spores stage sterile substances surface temperature term theory tion toxin United usually various yeast