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This book is intended to give both teachers and students of microbiology a valuable resource for teaching and learning. As a reference book, it provides ready access to information about the development of microbiology and to contextual events in other areas of science and society in general. This book has three sections. The first section provides historical information on ancient diseases, ancient medicine, food bacteriology, biology, anatomy, geocentric astronomy, mathematics, infectious disease, human culture, botany, society and religion. The next section presents a list of index names. The final section lists subject index terms. Users of this book will be able to clarify dates of events and names of individuals responsible and, through cross-references, can learn about related discoveries in specific areas of interest.

Citation: Beck R. 2000. Chronology of Microbiology in Historical Context, p 1-335. In A Chronology of Microbiology in Historical Context. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/9781555818081.ch1
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