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    the history of biology

    The study of microbiology is the actual study of microorganisms. The observation of a drop of a lake water drop with a glass lens, Leeuwenhoek tacitly exposed a new microbial world. Leeuwenhoek came to a realization that even with the most preeminent eye sight there was a consistency within both animate objects as well as inanimate. With this decision he came to the finishing thought, by way of using the right tools he would decipher the barrier in which left others mind-boggled. A customary lens led Leeuwenhoek to his great findings, place for the first time. These consisted of small things with movement known today as microorganisms. Microorganisms brought Leeuwenhoek to later viewing the scrapings from his teeth leading to the diversity of four hundred types of microscopes.
    In the year 1828 a wise man was well thought out. The study of microbiology did not discontinue with Leeuwenhoek. Ferdinand Julius Cohn died 1898, however not before classifying bacteria equally to plants. Bacteria has been classified into four groups known as desmobacteria, microbacteria, sphaerobacteria, and spirobacteria. Studying the life cycle Bacilus uncovered the change to an endospore at the variations of heated water. With realization of the S it is without the sterilization process Cohn began assessing critical information. With immense impact Cohn assisted in the dental offices, assurance of the cleansing, by completing tests before beginning procedures within the dental office.
    Within the time of 1822-1895, the “Father of Microbiology” a French microbiologist and chemist by means of the name Louis Pasteur began an experiment which began his study of fermentation. The isolation of bacteria within diseases brought Pasteur to the conclusion, bacteria accommodates diseases. Diseases such as Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus are few of many in which the root is bacteria. Pasteur’s findings led to the pasteurization process. One of the many to receive the title “Father of Microbiology” Louis rapidly received the Leeuwenhoek metal in 1985 the highest honor in microbiology. With the aim of eliminating blockage and expounding the difficulties of spontaneous generation Louis died a natural death. Yet throughout many analyses A

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilsabrina View Post
    The study of microbiology is the actual study of microorganisms. The observation of a drop of a lake water drop with a glass lens, Leeuwenhoek tacitly exposed a new microbial world. Leeuwenhoek came to a realization that even with the most preeminent eye sight there was a consistency within both animate objects as well as inanimate. With this decision he came to the finishing thought, by way of using the right tools he would decipher the barrier in which left others mind-boggled. A customary lens led Leeuwenhoek to his great findings, place for the first time. These consisted of small things with movement known today as microorganisms. Microorganisms brought Leeuwenhoek to later viewing the scrapings from his teeth leading to the diversity of four hundred types of microscopes.
    In the year 1828 a wise man was well thought out. The study of microbiology did not discontinue with Leeuwenhoek. Ferdinand Julius Cohn died 1898, however not before classifying bacteria equally to plants. Bacteria has been classified into four groups known as desmobacteria, microbacteria, sphaerobacteria, and spirobacteria. Studying the life cycle Bacilus uncovered the change to an endospore at the variations of heated water. With realization of the S it is without the sterilization process Cohn began assessing critical information. With immense impact Cohn assisted in the dental offices, assurance of the cleansing, by completing tests before beginning procedures within the dental office.
    Within the time of 1822-1895, the “Father of Microbiology” a French microbiologist and chemist by means of the name Louis Pasteur began an experiment which began his study of fermentation. The isolation of bacteria within diseases brought Pasteur to the conclusion, bacteria accommodates diseases. Diseases such as Diphtheria, Pertussis and Tetanus are few of many in which the root is bacteria. Pasteur’s findings led to the pasteurization process. One of the many to receive the title “Father of Microbiology” Louis rapidly received the Leeuwenhoek metal in 1985 the highest honor in microbiology. With the aim of eliminating blockage and expounding the difficulties of spontaneous generation Louis died a natural death. Yet throughout many analyses A
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