Browsing K-State Libraries Digital Collections by Subject "Bacteriology"

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Browsing K-State Libraries Digital Collections by Subject "Bacteriology"

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  • Clark, Grace Maria
    Introduction: “Moulds” is an indefinite term applied to minute downy fungi which grow on the surface of matter. These fungi may be either saprophytic or parasitic. They belong to several different divisions, and this makes ...
  • Towne, Norman Lee
    Introduction: Bacteriology as a science,though comparatively in its infancy occupies a foremost position,and the world is fast recognizing it as an important and powerful factor in health and disease. Therefore a fundamental ...
  • Coe, Maude Mildred
    Introduction: The scientific study of bacteria may be said to have originated as early as the latter part of the seventeenth century but until recent years the progress in this branch of science has been exceedingly limited ...
  • Rigg, Eva T.
    Introduction: The subject of Bacteriology is one which has but recently been brought before the public. The discoveries which have been made along this line in the last fifty years have been marvelous and there is no doubt ...
  • Secrest, Jacob Ulrich
    Introduction: Whenever they hear the word “bacteria” most people are apt to shudder with horror, and look upon them as the sworn enemy of the human race. We have a sort of a shrinking when anyone speaks of the number of ...

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