The History of Microbiology in a Nutshell

Sunita Seemanapalli

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8 Videos (1h 22m)
    • Recording 1st 9 slides In a Nut Shell Copy

      10:24
    • Recording 2nd 9 slides Debate Sp Gen In a Nut Shell

      14:52
    • 2 Recording 3rd Disease Prevention Transmission Treatment

      11:43
    • Recording 4th Louis Pasteur

      9:43
    • Recording 5th Robert Koch and others

      11:49
    • Recording 6th The Second Golden Age 6 slides

      8:53
    • Recording 7th The Third Golden Age 7 slides

      9:26
    • Recording Conclusion The History of Microbiology

      5:01

About This Class

Here is a brief overview of the course which is divided into 7 sections. We will begin with the history of Microbiology, both in a nutshell, and then at length, starting with the invention of the light microscope. The debate over Spontaneous Generation (1) will be discussed in a nutshell (briefly). At length, how concepts related to Disease Prevention, Transmission, and Treatment were developed will be described (2). Next, the Classical golden age influenced mainly by Louis Pasteur (3) and Robert Koch (4) among other pioneers; the Second (5) and the Third golden ages (6) will be discussed. The course ends with a conclusion (7) that is in essence is a review with closing remarks.