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The study of bacteria themselves follows three chapters devoted to green or independent plants, the cell and molds. Sterilization, the relations of bacteria to water and milk and economic phases of bacteriology are emphasized. There is a chronological table of events in the development of bacteriology as a science. The presentation is in outline form, with plans for demonstrations of practical work. There are numerous illustrations, and bibliographies are appended for each subject.
Bacteria in Relation to Man. A Study-Text in General Microbiology. JAMA. 1925;84(18):1379. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660440065032
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