Translation for 'bacteriology' from English to Dutch
NOUN   bacteriology | -
bacteriologie {de}
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Translation for 'bacteriology' from English to Dutch

bacteriologie {de}biol.genees.weten.
Usage Examples English
  • He also worked in the field of bacteriology, including contributions to differentiate streptococci and pneumococci.
  • In 1909 Negri became a professor of bacteriology, and the first official instructor of bacteriology in Pavia.
  • From 1917 to 1920 he was a physician in charge of the bacteriology laboratory at the hospital in Diego-Suarez.
  • In bacteriology, a valid publication of a name requires the deposition of the bacteria in a Bacteriology Culture Collection.
  • In 1913, Breed became head of bacteriology at the New York Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York.

  • Foster did research on the bacteriology of cheese and the microbiology of several important subjects in food science: meat products, refrigerated foods, and the bovine rumen.
  • At Cornell he held a joint appointment in the department of bacteriology.
  • He joined the department of pathology and bacteriology at the Leeds University as a demonstrator in December 1919.
  • The institution was founded in 1891 as a private bacteriology- and chemical-microscopy-oriented laboratory, which later became the Blumenthal Institute for Bacteriology and Chemistry.
  • Ralph Wolfe earned a master's degree in bacteriology from the University of Pennsylvania and then worked for several years in a laboratory.

  • Duerden graduated from the University of Edinburgh in 1972, subsequently lecturing in bacteriology there.
  • In 1947 he became an assistant professor of bacteriology at Purdue University and was rapidly promoted to a full professorship in 1952 – then the youngest full professor at Purdue.
  • "Experimental Bacteriology: in Its Applications to the Diagnosis, Epidemiology, and Immunology of Infectious Diseases" is a textbook on bacteriology and infectious diseases.
  • Because bacteriology is a sub-field of microbiology, most careers in bacteriology require an undergraduate degree in microbiology or a closely related field.
  • He made visits overseas, to the University of Prague in 1894 and the Pasteur Institute in 1897, where he became a friend of Emile Roux and improved his understanding of bacteriology.

  • In 1896 he became head of the bacteriology laboratory in Tunis, followed by an assignment to the Constantinople Imperial Bacteriology Institute (1900).
  • Koch had transformed bacteriology by introducing the technique of pure culture, whereby he established the microbial cause of the disease anthrax (1876), had introduced both staining and solid culture plates to bacteriology (1881), had identified the microbial cause of tuberculosis (1882), had incidentally popularized Koch's postulates for identifying the microbial cause of a disease, and would later identify the microbial cause of cholera (1883).
  • In 1923, Mackie was offered the chair of bacteriology in the University of Edinburgh, a post he held for the next 32 years during which he also co-authored, "A Handbook of Bacteriology (1938)" (with J.
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