Fundamental principles of bacteriology
The microscope; Biological stains; Morphology of bacteria; Yeasts; Molds; Nutrition of bacteria; Sterilization; Techniques of pure cultures; Effects of environment upon bacteria; Enzymes of bacteria; Respiration of bacteria; Degradation, putrefaction, and synthesis of proteins by bacteria; Fermentation of carbohydrates and other compounds; Differentiation and classification of bacteria; desinfection and disinfectants; Associations of bacteria; Bacterial genetics; Bacteriology of air; Bacteriology of the sea; Bacteriology of water; Bacteriology of milk and milk products; Bacteriology of food; Bacteriology of soil; Infection and immunity; Bacterial diseases of man; Bacterial viruses; Bacterial and viral diseases of plants.
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