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This laboratory manual was prepared for the special use of students in the University of Texas School of Medicine and therefore does not necessarily fit the arrangement and scope of courses in other institutions, although it is so written that it can be easily adapted elsewhere. The major portion of the volume is taken up with material usually given to medical students in the course in bacteriology. Two chapters of more advanced work are included, however, on milk and meat product sanitation and on contamination of foods and drinking water. The final chapter deals with medical zoology, covering the subjects of animal parasites, lice, fleas, flies, mosquitoes, venomous reptiles and marine animals. The author has intended that the student write his own textbook as far as limited time and facilities allow. The handbook contains the salient points, reduced to the least possible number of words, which the student might glean
Medical Biology: A Laboratory Manual of Bacteriology, Mycology, Immunology and Parasitology; Consisting of Experimental Guide, Interpretive Text, Atlas and Protocol Form. JAMA. 1933;101(22):1751. doi:10.1001/jama.1933.02740470065038
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