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4 Invest and Media F10

4 Invest and Media F10 - Microbiology 101 GENERAL...

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Microbiology 101 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY Sept 8, 2010
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MICROBIOLOGY 101 LECTURE TOPICS OUTLINE SPRING 2008 Investigation of Microbes Pasteur & Koch Cultivation of Microbes Microbial Media
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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)
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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
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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.
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Robert Koch 1. Discovered the causative agent of tuberculosis.
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