History of Microbiology
When was the golden age of microbiology ?
What did Robert Hooke invent?
the first microscope, very simple and crude
What did Robert Hooke see?
boxed shapes in sections of cork (viewed plant cells)
What did Robert Hooke's work lead to?
cell theory- all living things are composed pf units called cells
What did Leeuwenhoek build?
a better microscope than Hooke's
What was Leeuwenhoek's microscope able to do?
see smaller cells
what did Leeuwenhoek view?
rain water, material scraped from teeth, and feces
Leeuwenhoek was the first person to see live bacteria and protozoa called
The father of Immunology is
What disease did Edward Jenner work with?
cow pox and small pox
True or False: Jenner demonstrated vaccination which showed prevention inoculation with a mild organism
True or False: Lister treated surgical wounds with phenol.
Joseph Lister's work is linked to what?
Germ Theory of Disease- disease is caused by the presence of microbes, and led to aseptic techniques
Louis Pasteur was famous for what years?
Louis Pasteur did what?
- disproved spontaneous generation
- described fermentation
- invented pasteurization
True or False: Koch proved that a specific microorganism caused a particular disease
True or False: Ehrlich was not the first to use a chemical to treat a microbial-based disease
True or False: Fleming noticed the activity of penicillin