Textbook of Bacteriology
The history and development of bacteriology. The relation of bacteria to disease. The transmission of infection. Immunity-antigens, antibodies and the antigen-antibody reaction. The yeasts. Virus diseases of man. Bacteriophage. The ricketttsiae.
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Chapter 1The History and Development ok Bacteriology
Chapter 2Methods of Studying Bacteria
Chapter 3Morphology Cell Structure Growth and Chemical Composition
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