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Unformatted text preview: Microbiology 101 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY Sept 8, 2010 0.2 mm 0.2 m m (200 nm) MICROBIOLOGY 101 LECTURE TOPICS OUTLINE SPRING 2008 Investigation of Microbes Pasteur & Koch Cultivation of Microbes Microbial Media Scientific method: Philosophy to experimentation • Francesco Redi (1629-1697) / Biogenesis (spontaneous generation) • Biogenesis for microbes: Vitalism – John Needham (1748) – Lazzaro Spallazani (1729-1799) – Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) Louis Pasteur • Disproved vitalism • Developed theory of isomerism • Fermentation caused by living microbes – germ theory • Discovered anaerobiasis – aerobic/anaerobic/facultative • Isolation of microbes from air – environmental microbiology • Vaccines – rabies and anthrax – Pasteur Institute--->vaccines/AIDS Robert Koch (1843-1910) • Koch's postulates: 1. Identify the organism in every case of the disease and not in healthy individuals. 2. Isolate the organism from a diseased animal and grow the organism in pure culture away from the host animal. 3. Reintroduce the organism into a susceptible animal and cause the characteristic disease symptoms. 4. The organism should be re-isolated from the experimentally infected animal and have the same characteristics as the original isolate. Robert Koch 1. Discovered the causative agent of tuberculosis. 2. Discovered the causative agent of cholera....
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