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Chapter 14 : Jane Gibson: A Woman of Grace and Acerbic Wit

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Jane Gibson was a respected member of a small group of women who served as the first female professors of microbiology in the United States. She worked mainly in the field of photosynthetic bacteria, in both biochemistry and microbial physiology. This chapter covers her life and career in research, teaching, and mentoring and features personal reflections from the author, Dr. Caroline Harwood.

Citation: Harwood C. 2018. Jane Gibson: A Woman of Grace and Acerbic Wit, p 121-124. In Whitaker R, Barton H (ed), Women in Microbiology. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/9781555819545.ch14
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Citation: Harwood C. 2018. Jane Gibson: A Woman of Grace and Acerbic Wit, p 121-124. In Whitaker R, Barton H (ed), Women in Microbiology. ASM Press, Washington, DC. doi: 10.1128/9781555819545.ch14
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1. Pinsent J . 1954. The need for selenite and molybdate in the formation of formic dehydrogenase by members of the coli-aerogenes group of bacteria. Biochem J 57 : 10 16.
2. Gibson J,, Pfennig N,, Waterbury JB . 1984. Chloroherpeton thalassium gen. nov. et spec. nov., a non-filamentous, flexing and gliding green sulfur bacterium. Arch Microbiol 138 : 96 101.

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