History of Microbiology

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When was the golden age of microbiology ?

1857-1914

2

What did Robert Hooke invent?

the first microscope, very simple and crude

3

What did Robert Hooke see?

boxed shapes in sections of cork (viewed plant cells)

4

What did Robert Hooke's work lead to?

cell theory- all living things are composed pf units called cells

5

What did Leeuwenhoek build?

a better microscope than Hooke's

6

What was Leeuwenhoek's microscope able to do?

see smaller cells

7

what did Leeuwenhoek view?

rain water, material scraped from teeth, and feces

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Leeuwenhoek was the first person to see live bacteria and protozoa called

animalcules

9

The father of Immunology is

Edward Jenner

10

What disease did Edward Jenner work with?

cow pox and small pox

11

True or False: Jenner demonstrated vaccination which showed prevention inoculation with a mild organism

True

12

True or False: Lister treated surgical wounds with phenol.

True

13

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

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Louis Pasteur was famous for what years?

1850-1890

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Louis Pasteur did what?

  1. disproved spontaneous generation
  2. described fermentation
  3. invented pasteurization
16

True or False: Koch proved that a specific microorganism caused a particular disease

True

17

True or False: Ehrlich was not the first to use a chemical to treat a microbial-based disease

False

18

True or False: Fleming noticed the activity of penicillin

True


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