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Department of Microbiology  [2]

Persistent link to this collection: http://hdl.handle.net/11299/115580

The University of Minnesota is home to a diverse community of microbiologists across several departments and colleges. The Department of Microbiology offers undergraduate degrees in Microbiology and administers the interdisciplinary Ph.D. program in Microbiology, Immunology, and Cancer Biology.


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SERGEI WINOGRADSKY: A FOUNDER OF MODERN MICROBIOLOGY AND THE FIRST MICROBIAL ECOLOGIST

Dworkin, Martin (FEMS Microbiology Reviews, 2011-08-11)
Sergei Winogradsky, was born in Russia in 1856 and was to become a founder of modern microbiology. After his Master’s degree work on the nutrition and growth physiology of the yeast Mycoderma vini at the University of ...

Robert Koch – From Obscurity to Glory to Fiasco

Dworkin, Martin (2011-10)
Robert Koch went from an obscure country physician to be the discoverer of the etiology of anthrax, the inventor of the technique of pure culture bacteriology and with that to the isolation of the tubercle bacillus and ...