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Chapter Page 1 ORIGINS OF MICROBIOLOGY
GENERAL PROPERTIES OF BACTERIA
GENERAL PROPERTIES OF VIRUSES
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acid active acute agents agglutination anaerobic animals antibiotics antibodies antigens antitoxin aureus bacilli bacteria bacterium blood agar body capsules carriers cause cent clinical coli coliform colonies commensal common complement fixation containing detected Diagnosis diphtheria disinfectants dose drug effects encephalitis enzymes epidemics excrete exotoxins faeces fever films fluid fungi genus gonorrhoeae Gram-negative Gram-negative bacilli Gram-positive grow growth guinea pigs host Human infection hypersensitivity immunity immunoglobulin important incubated influenza inoculation intestinal isolated large numbers lesions lymph mainly medium membrane meningitis method Myco neutralization normal occur organisms outbreaks parasite pathogenic patients penicillin perfringens phage plates poliomyelitis present produce properties protein Proteus pyogenes rare reaction red cells resistant respiratory tract responsible rickettsiae Salm salmonellae sensitive serological serum shigellae skin sometimes species spirochaetes spores Staph sterile strains streptococci streptomycin substances sulphonamides susceptible symptoms tests tetanus tetracyclines throat tissue culture toxic toxin toxoid treatment tuberculosis typhus usually vaccine virulence virus viruses