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The study of bacteriology is calling out a numerous list of text-books, and the present volume appears to be one that will meet a demand for an introduction to the subject. It necessarily has its deficiencies, but, within its compass gives apparently a fair exposé of the common laboratory methods. The lack of colored illustrations may seem to some a defect, but on the whole it is well illustrated, and in other respects the make-up is very fine. The book is of a handy size, and this is a decided advantage in the wide range of instruction for which it is designed.
A Laboratory Course in Bacteriology. For the Use of Medical, Agricultural, and Industrial Students. JAMA. 1902;XXXVIII(22):1459. doi:10.1001/jama.1902.02480220045037
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