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Title: I.The%20Historical%20Development%20of%20Microbiology


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I. The Historical Development of Microbiology
  • A. The Discovery and Significance of
    Microorganisms
  • B. Vaccines and Antimicrobial Therapy
  • C. Microbes and Industry
  • D. Emergent Diseases and the Post-Antibiotic Era

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I. A. Discovery and Significance
  • Discovery of microorganisms
  • 1670s van Leeuwenhoek

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I. A. Discovery and Significance
  • Spontaneous Generation vs Biogenesis
  • 1688 Redi
  • 1750 Needham vs Spallanzani
  • 1860s - 70s Pasteur Tyndall

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I. A. Discovery and Significance
  • Microbes and Disease
  • 1790 Jenner
  • 1835 Bassi
  • 1847 Semmelweis
  • 1849 Snow
  • 1867 Lister
  • 1860s - 80s Pasteur
  • 1870s - 80s Koch

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I. A. Discovery and Significance
  • Pure Culture Technique
  • 1870s - 80s Koch
  • Streak Plate Method

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I. A. Discovery and Significance
  • Microbes and the Environment
  • late 1800s Winogradsky Beijerinck

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I. B. Vaccines and Antimicrobial Therapy
  • Vaccines
  • 1790s Jenner
  • 1860s-70s Pasteur
  • 20th century accomplishments

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I. B. Vaccines and Antimicrobial Therapy
  • Antimicrobial Therapy
  • Pre-antibiotic era
  • Antibiotics

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I. C. Microbes and Industry
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • Food Microbiology
  • Recombinant DNA Technology

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I. D. Emergent Diseases and the Post-Antibiotic
Era
  • New Diseases
  • Resurgence of old diseases
  • Microbial resistance to drugs
  • Immunosupression
  • Are we in a post-antibiotic era?
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