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11 terms
History of Microbiology
Anton Van Leeuwenoek
Carl Linnaeus
Genus Species
Francesco Redi
Was the first person to see bacteria and commonly known as "t…
"Father of Taxonomy"; established his classification of livin…
italized on computer, underlined in writing
Control - A part of the experiment that is not being tested a…
Anton Van Leeuwenoek
Was the first person to see bacteria and commonly known as "t…
Carl Linnaeus
"Father of Taxonomy"; established his classification of livin…
19 terms
History of Microbiology
Linneaus
Leeuwenhoek
Redi
Needham
Developed taxonomic system for naming plants and animals.
Father of Microbiology; made Microbiology popular.
Maggot/meat experiment; believed in biogenesis.
Boiled broth/no lid/spontaneous generation; believed in abiog…
Linneaus
Developed taxonomic system for naming plants and animals.
Leeuwenhoek
Father of Microbiology; made Microbiology popular.
40 terms
History of Microbiology
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
Ignaz Semmelweis
Spontaneous generation
Louis Pasteur
-first person to observe cells in living organisms ... -construc…
-demonstrated that puerperal sepsis was transmitted by the ha…
-hypothesis stating that life could arise from nonliving matter
-disreputed the theory of spontaneous generation (1869)... -past…
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
-first person to observe cells in living organisms ... -construc…
Ignaz Semmelweis
-demonstrated that puerperal sepsis was transmitted by the ha…
The history of Microbiology
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
leeuwenhoek's microorganisms (categori…
fungi
molds
-began making and using simple microscopes... -often made a new…
fungi... protozoa... algae... bacteria... archaea... small animals
-eukaryotic... -obtain food from other organisms... -possess cell w…
-type fungi... -multicellular... -have hyphae... -reproduce by sexual…
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
-began making and using simple microscopes... -often made a new…
leeuwenhoek's microorganisms (categori…
fungi... protozoa... algae... bacteria... archaea... small animals
25 terms
Microbiology - History
Robert Hooke
1st Compound Microscope
Cell Theory
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
1st Compound Microscope, Cell theory (corks)
Oil lamp, water flask, specimen holder, eyepiece, barrel, foc…
All living organisms are composed of cells
2nd microscope, made lenses to see 300x magnification... -simple…
Robert Hooke
1st Compound Microscope, Cell theory (corks)
1st Compound Microscope
Oil lamp, water flask, specimen holder, eyepiece, barrel, foc…
30 terms
History of Microbiology
1665: Robert Hooke
1674: Robert Hooke
1676: Robert Hooke
1796: Edward Jenner
Designed and built a microscope... --> sliced a cork & called wh…
Crafted his own lenses & could magnify objects x 300... --> he l…
Wrote a letter to the Royal Society about animalcules
Invented a vaccine for smallpox (w/cowpox) [1/3 of children l…
1665: Robert Hooke
Designed and built a microscope... --> sliced a cork & called wh…
1674: Robert Hooke
Crafted his own lenses & could magnify objects x 300... --> he l…
39 terms
History of Microbiology
Robert Hook
Leeuwenhoek
Animalcules
Carolus Linnaeus
First to use microscope and coined the term "cell"
make simple microscopes to look at thread. Also looked at bee…
Leenuwenhoek used this word to explain water and visualized a…
Developed system for naming plants and animals called taxonom…
Robert Hook
First to use microscope and coined the term "cell"
Leeuwenhoek
make simple microscopes to look at thread. Also looked at bee…
29 terms
The History of Microbiology
Invention of the compound microscope.…
Popularized the compound microscope an…
Improved the resolution and illuminati…
Ground and mounted his own lenses, als…
Zaccharias Janssen
Galileo Galilei
Robert Hooke
Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Invention of the compound microscope.…
Zaccharias Janssen
Popularized the compound microscope an…
Galileo Galilei
History of Microbiology
developed a vaccine for polio by inact…
developed an oral form of the polio vi…
discovered the first antibiotic but ne…
purified penicillin for human use
Salk
Sabin
Fleming
Flory and Chain
developed a vaccine for polio by inact…
Salk
developed an oral form of the polio vi…
Sabin
32 terms
history of microbiology
Janssen
Hooke
Leeuwenhoek
Redi
Principle of the microscope
Cell Biology
Description of "animalcules"
Attacked the concept of abiogenesis (macro)
Janssen
Principle of the microscope
Hooke
Cell Biology
17 terms
Microbiology - History of Microbiology
Robert Koch
Hans Christian Gram
Girolamo Fracastoro
Martinus Beijerinck
supported the Germ Theory of Disease, studying anthrax and tu…
developed the differential stain technique relating to the st…
hypothesized that contagious disease was caused by invisible…
identified viruses as obligate intracellular parasites; descr…
Robert Koch
supported the Germ Theory of Disease, studying anthrax and tu…
Hans Christian Gram
developed the differential stain technique relating to the st…
33 terms
Microbiology History
Robert Hooke
Robert Hooke
cycling of important nutrients
nitrogen fixers
First published depiction of a microorganism
First depiction of the microfungus Mucor
(1 word OF 2 words) in plant nutrition particullarly those of…
live in the soil where they convert vast quantities of nitrog…
Robert Hooke
First published depiction of a microorganism
Robert Hooke
First depiction of the microfungus Mucor
The History of Microbiology
Zaccharias Janssen
Galileo Galilei
Robert Hooke
Matthias Schleiden & Theodor Schwann
- Compound Microscope... - more than 1 lense
- popularized the compound microscope i.e. telescopes to look…
- Published "Micrographia"... - improved the resolution & illumi…
Cell Theory: all living things are composed of cells
Zaccharias Janssen
- Compound Microscope... - more than 1 lense
Galileo Galilei
- popularized the compound microscope i.e. telescopes to look…
History of Microbiology
German Chemist, developed sulfa drugs…
Scottish physician, discovered lysozym…
Australian pathologist and German bioc…
American and French Scientist, isolate…
Domagk
Fleming
Flory and Chain
Gallo and Montagnier
German Chemist, developed sulfa drugs…
Domagk
Scottish physician, discovered lysozym…
Fleming
63 terms
History of Microbiology
Egyptians
Greeks
Romans (Varro)
Hooke
fungal spores in tombs
could not see m/o's- only the effects
invisible animals>mouth & nose>disease
saw cells under a microscope
Egyptians
fungal spores in tombs
Greeks
could not see m/o's- only the effects
19 terms
Microbiology: History of Microbiology
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek
Robert Hooke
Elle Metchnikoff
Rebecca Lansfield
Discovered the microscope in 1673. He used early lenses to ex…
In 1665, Robert Hooke reported that living things were compos…
discovered the role of white blood cells in fighting infectio…
1933 used immunology to identify some bacteria according to t…
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek
Discovered the microscope in 1673. He used early lenses to ex…
Robert Hooke
In 1665, Robert Hooke reported that living things were compos…
19 terms
Medical Microbiology - History of Microbiology
Spontaneous Generation
Biogenesis
Antwon van Leeuwenhoek
Louis Pasteur
- life can be created from dead materials... - life arises from…
life comes from pre-existing life... ex. parents having a baby…
- 1st to describe different types of cells... - improved quality…
- used the swan flask to perform most studies... - proved the th…
Spontaneous Generation
- life can be created from dead materials... - life arises from…
Biogenesis
life comes from pre-existing life... ex. parents having a baby…
30 terms
Microbiology VP, History of Microbiology
Robert Hooke
Cell Theory
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek
Contagious
Discovered cells with his compound microscope, observations l…
All living things are composed of cells
First to observe microorganisms, he saw and described 3 forms…
A disease that could be spread throughout the population
Robert Hooke
Discovered cells with his compound microscope, observations l…
Cell Theory
All living things are composed of cells
21 terms
History of Microbiology
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek was known for?
Leeuwenhoek placed microorganisms into…
Carlous Linnaeus developed this for na…
Fungi
-developing the first microscope... -examined water and visulize…
algae... archae... bacteria... fungi... protozoa... small multi-cellular ani…
taxonomic system
-eukaryotic (membrane-bound nucleus)... - obtain food from other…
Antoni Van Leeuwenhoek was known for?
-developing the first microscope... -examined water and visulize…
Leeuwenhoek placed microorganisms into…
algae... archae... bacteria... fungi... protozoa... small multi-cellular ani…
Microbiology History
Leading cause of death
Definition of microbiology
Jansen
Hooke
Diarrhea due to contaminated water... Common in 3rd world countr…
the study of small organisms that cause disease
took a couple of lens and put them in a tube to magnify an im…
1st to scientifically examine and report on a cell... used a mic…
Leading cause of death
Diarrhea due to contaminated water... Common in 3rd world countr…
Definition of microbiology
the study of small organisms that cause disease
43 terms
History of Microbiology
Egyptians
Greeks
Romans (Varro)
Microscopy (Hooke)
placed fungal spores in tombs to protect against looters
could not see microorganisms, only the effects
idea that invisible animals that could crawl in your mouth or…
cork cells and molds
Egyptians
placed fungal spores in tombs to protect against looters
Greeks
could not see microorganisms, only the effects
14 terms
Microbiology (History)
Robert Hooke
Leeuwenhoek
Spallanzani
Needham
Built the first compound microscope... -saw cells... -systematic st…
Built his own lenses... -first to observe single cell microbes... -…
Sterilized meat broth ... -(bacterial division) the idea that ba…
-boiled meat broth, left open to cool... -soon contaminated with…
Robert Hooke
Built the first compound microscope... -saw cells... -systematic st…
Leeuwenhoek
Built his own lenses... -first to observe single cell microbes... -…
13 terms
Microbiology - History
Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Francesco Redi
Lazzaro Spallanzani
Ignaz Semmelweis
Created 1st microscope - 300x
-Refuted spontaneous generation with pork chops (sealed, open…
refuted spontaneous generation with meat broth (open, sealed…
Death in maternity ward was reduced with hand washing... -washin…
Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Created 1st microscope - 300x
Francesco Redi
-Refuted spontaneous generation with pork chops (sealed, open…
History of Microbiology
Microbiology
What does "sustained inquiry" use?
In order, name the steps of the Scient…
When did the Universe begin
study of very small life (sustained life)
The Scientific Method
1) Observation... 2) Question... 3) Hypothesis... 4) Prediction... 5) Exp…
15 billion years ago
Microbiology
study of very small life (sustained life)
What does "sustained inquiry" use?
The Scientific Method
Microbiology: History and Scope of Microbiology
Maleria
Tuberculosis
Diarrhea
Lower respiratory infections
0.5 million deaths
1.5 million deaths
1.5 million deaths
3.1 million deaths
Maleria
0.5 million deaths
Tuberculosis
1.5 million deaths
Microbiology History
Zacharias Janseen
Robert Hooke
Antonio Van Leeuwenhoek
Theories
Invented the first microscope
(1665) Used microscope for living things. Invented the word "…
(1673) very secretive. first to look at bacteria. first to de…
Spontaneous generation... Theory of Disease... Miasma
Zacharias Janseen
Invented the first microscope
Robert Hooke
(1665) Used microscope for living things. Invented the word "…
11 terms
Microbiology: History
Robert Hooke
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
Ferdinand Cohn
Louis Pasteur
First to observe microorganisms, specifically fruiting struct…
Built first microscope, first to observe bacteria
Discovered bacterial endospores
Observed optical isomers, disproved spontaneous generation, p…
Robert Hooke
First to observe microorganisms, specifically fruiting struct…
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
Built first microscope, first to observe bacteria
12 terms
Microbiology - History
Varro
Frocastoro
Van Leeuwnhoek (1670-1720)
John Snow
Roman scholar who proposed that infectious diseases might be…
An Italian, who proposed (in 1546) that infectious diseases m…
1) Dutch draper who made small microscopes... 2)First to visuali…
He mapped where the cases of cholera in London were occurring…
Varro
Roman scholar who proposed that infectious diseases might be…
Frocastoro
An Italian, who proposed (in 1546) that infectious diseases m…
History Microbiology
Lucretius
Aristotle
Galen
Girolamo Fracastoro
Disease caused by invisible living creatures
Spontaneous generation: Organisms arise de novo from living s…
Imbalance between blood, phlegm, yellow bile, and black bile
Germs (Invisible) will cause disease such as syphilis
Lucretius
Disease caused by invisible living creatures
Aristotle
Spontaneous generation: Organisms arise de novo from living s…
History of Microbiology
How did the study of Microbiology begin?
How did Antony Van leeuwenhoek discove…
Who was also credited with the discove…
What is the theory of Spontaneous Gene…
when the simple microscope was invented by a textile merchant…
-studied lake water... -animalcules
-Robert Hooke: invented compound microscope... -cells
the theory that life arises spontaneously from non-living mat…
How did the study of Microbiology begin?
when the simple microscope was invented by a textile merchant…
How did Antony Van leeuwenhoek discove…
-studied lake water... -animalcules
Microbiology: History
________ research must be done before…
The four modes by which basic research…
The three types of applied research ar…
Basic research by kind of organism inv…
basic, applied
kind of organism, process, habitat, relation to disease
disease-related, environmental, industrial
bacteriology, phycology, mycology, protozoology, parasitology…
________ research must be done before…
basic, applied
The four modes by which basic research…
kind of organism, process, habitat, relation to disease
History of Microbiology
Edward Jenner(1796)
Ignaz Semmelweis(1840), Joseph Lister(…
Louis Pasteur(1860's)... Louis Pasteur(1…
Robert Koch(1876)
-vaccinations, ... -Cowpox, smallpox... -inoculated 8 yr old w cowp…
-Antiseptic Surgery
-Fermentation: yeast convert sugars into alcohol in absence o…
-Koch's postulate's... -Whether an organism has a disease (4 ste…
Edward Jenner(1796)
-vaccinations, ... -Cowpox, smallpox... -inoculated 8 yr old w cowp…
Ignaz Semmelweis(1840), Joseph Lister(…
-Antiseptic Surgery
14 terms
microbiology history
robert hook
Antony (van leeuwenhoek)
bacteria archea fungi protists
louis pastuer
discovered cells by studying tissues with a microscope.
first to explore the microbial world using microscopes he cra…
four classes of microorganisms
French doctor who proved the "germ theory" which led to impro…
robert hook
discovered cells by studying tissues with a microscope.
Antony (van leeuwenhoek)
first to explore the microbial world using microscopes he cra…
15 terms
Microbiology History
Spontaneous Generation
Anton van Leewenhook
Biogenesis
Small life froms
Life comes from nowhere
Creator of the first microscope; saw "animacules"
Life comes from life that is too small to be seen
Microbes, Germs, Microorganisms
Spontaneous Generation
Life comes from nowhere
Anton van Leewenhook
Creator of the first microscope; saw "animacules"
Microbiology history
Hooke
Antoine van Leeuwenhoek
Edward Jenner
Semmelweis
1662 ... -made microscopes ... -discovered cork cells
1676... -observed first live bacteria (Animalcules) from dental…
1798... -creates vaccine against smallpox from observation that…
1850... -hand washing and antiseptics ... - studied doctors and mid…
Hooke
1662 ... -made microscopes ... -discovered cork cells
Antoine van Leeuwenhoek
1676... -observed first live bacteria (Animalcules) from dental…
28 terms
Microbiology History
Robert Hooke
Antoni Van Leeuwnhoek
Spontaneous Generation
Biogenesis
1635-1703 Developed compound microscope. Published a book on…
First to observe microbes. Used single-lens microscope up to…
Early belief that some forms of life could arise from non liv…
Theory stating that life arises from pre existing life.
Robert Hooke
1635-1703 Developed compound microscope. Published a book on…
Antoni Van Leeuwnhoek
First to observe microbes. Used single-lens microscope up to…
History of Microbiology
Microbiology as a discipline is
Who was the first to suspect that micr…
Who is Marcus Terentius Varro?
Who was the first to prove the existen…
a relatively young science whose development was dependent on…
Marcus Terentius Varro
• Roman Scholar... • 1st century BC... • Book: On Agriculture
Antoni van Leeuwenhoek
Microbiology as a discipline is
a relatively young science whose development was dependent on…
Who was the first to suspect that micr…
Marcus Terentius Varro
21 terms
Microbiology History
Robert Hooke
Antoni Van Leeuwnhoek
Spontaneous Generation
Biogenesis
1635-1703 Developed compound microscope. Published a book on…
First to observe microbes. Used single-lens microscope up to…
Early belief that some forms of life could arise from non liv…
Theory stating that life arises from pre existing life.
Robert Hooke
1635-1703 Developed compound microscope. Published a book on…
Antoni Van Leeuwnhoek
First to observe microbes. Used single-lens microscope up to…
5 terms
History of Microbiology
Microbiology
Origins
Microbial Structure
How the affect our lives
The study of organisms too small to be seen without magnifica…
Bacteria-like organisms have existed on earth for about 3.5 b…
Two cell lines... - Prokaryote - microscopic, unicellular organi…
Assist living things... >digestive tract... >skin... >mucous membra…
Microbiology
The study of organisms too small to be seen without magnifica…
Origins
Bacteria-like organisms have existed on earth for about 3.5 b…
24 terms
History of microbiology
epidemic
endemic
Louis pasteur
Cohn and tyndall
a disease that is occurring at a higher rate than past histor…
a disease that is a constant present in a population but gene…
-designed the swan knock flask... -couldn't explain tho in some…
-Discovered bacterial spores... -spores have very thick wall and…
epidemic
a disease that is occurring at a higher rate than past histor…
endemic
a disease that is a constant present in a population but gene…
59 terms
History of Microbiology
Lucretious
Aristotle
Galen
A. Van Leeuwenhoek
Disease caused by invisible living creatures
Spontaneous generation: Organisms arise de novo from nonlivin…
Imbalance between four humors (blood, phlegm, yellow bile, bl…
"Father of microbiology"; Drew and described bacteria and pro…
Lucretious
Disease caused by invisible living creatures
Aristotle
Spontaneous generation: Organisms arise de novo from nonlivin…
55 terms
Mcneese Microbiology: History of Microbiology
How old is the science of microbiology?
How long have bacteria been inhabiting…
In 1665 What did Robert Hooke do?
What is cork made up of?
200-300 years old.
3 - 3.5 Billion Years.
He observed a cork microscopically.
It is made up of tree bark.
How old is the science of microbiology?
200-300 years old.
How long have bacteria been inhabiting…
3 - 3.5 Billion Years.
36 terms
History of Microbiology
Robert Hooke
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
Why were there no more microscope disc…
What is Spontaneous Generation?
-Published book called Micrographie (w/ Leeuwenhoek's picture…
-1st to see bacteria under microscope... -Inspired by Hooke... -Mad…
-Leeuwenhoek never shared his methods to build his microscope…
The idea that living creatures arise from non-living componen…
Robert Hooke
-Published book called Micrographie (w/ Leeuwenhoek's picture…
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
-1st to see bacteria under microscope... -Inspired by Hooke... -Mad…
51 terms
Microbiology History
Lucretius
Aristotle
Galen
Girolamo Fracastoro
Disease caused by invisible living creatures
Spontaneous generation: Invertebrates could arise from living…
Imbalance between blood, phlegm, yellow bile, and black bile
Germs (Invisible) will cause disease such as syphilis
Lucretius
Disease caused by invisible living creatures
Aristotle
Spontaneous generation: Invertebrates could arise from living…
14 terms
History of Microbiology
Hooke
Leeuwenhoek
Redi
Needham
Compound microscope, the term "cells"
1st bacteria
Rotting meat experiment
Boiled chicken broth in flask and sealed it; microorganisms g…
Hooke
Compound microscope, the term "cells"
Leeuwenhoek
1st bacteria
History of microbiology
Robert Hooke
Anthony van Leeuwenhoek:
Louis Pasteur:
Joseph Lister
First person to describe "cells"
Was the first to observe and describe microorganisms
Among his many amazing discoveries, Louis Pasteur is responsi…
Pioneered the use of antiseptics, Used Carbolic Acid to clean…
Robert Hooke
First person to describe "cells"
Anthony van Leeuwenhoek:
Was the first to observe and describe microorganisms
15 terms
HISTORY OF MICROBIOLOGY
abiogenesis
Francesco Redi
Antony van Leeuwenhoek
Lazzaro Spallanzani
the belief in the spontaneous generation of life from nonlivi…
first to challenge the accepted belief of spontaneous generat…
first to look at microorganism through microscope; called ani…
believed in Spontaneous generation
abiogenesis
the belief in the spontaneous generation of life from nonlivi…
Francesco Redi
first to challenge the accepted belief of spontaneous generat…
History Of Microbiology
Hooke (1665)
van leeuwenhoek ( 1673)
Linnaeus (1735)
Jenner (1798)
First observation of cells
First observation of live microorganisms
Nomenclature for organisms
First Vaccine
Hooke (1665)
First observation of cells
van leeuwenhoek ( 1673)
First observation of live microorganisms
History of Microbiology
Hooke
Anton van leeuwenhock
Redi
Needham
cell theory, before 1673
first to observe simple microorganisms (1673)
demonstrated that maggots appear on decaying meat only when f…
microorgs could arise from heat nutrient broth spontaneously…
Hooke
cell theory, before 1673
Anton van leeuwenhock
first to observe simple microorganisms (1673)
History of Microbiology
Trepanation
Neolithic Period (When & What was found)
Morbidity Rate
Mortality Rate
Cutting of a hole in the skull to reduce swelling
10,000-7,000 BC ; evidence of trepanation on human remains
The # of people who become ill as a result of the introductio…
The # of people who die from a disease/the # of people who we…
Trepanation
Cutting of a hole in the skull to reduce swelling
Neolithic Period (When & What was found)
10,000-7,000 BC ; evidence of trepanation on human remains
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