The Fundamentals of Bacteriology
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The Fundamentals of Bacteriology

By Charles Bradfield Morrey
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Table of Contents
  • THE FUNDAMENTALS OF BACTERIOLOGY
  • PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION
  • PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION
  • CONTENTS
  • BACTERIOLOGY.
    • HISTORICAL INTRODUCTION.
      • SPONTANEOUS GENERATION.
      • CAUSATION OF DISEASE.
      • PUTREFACTION AND FERMENTATION.
      • STUDY OF FORMS.
    • SPONTANEOUS GENERATION.
    • CAUSATION OF DISEASE.
    • PUTREFACTION AND FERMENTATION.
    • STUDY OF FORMS.
    • CHAPTER I. POSITION—RELATIONSHIPS.
  • PART I. MORPHOLOGY
    • CHAPTER II. CELL STRUCTURES.
    • CHAPTER III. CELL FORMS.
    • CHAPTER IV. CELL GROUPINGS.
    • CHAPTER V. CLASSIFICATION.
      • ORDER I. Eubacteria.
      • ORDER II. THIOBACTERIA: SULPHUR BACTERIA.
      • THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN BACTERIOLOGISTS.
    • ORDER I. Eubacteria.
    • ORDER II. THIOBACTERIA: SULPHUR BACTERIA.
    • THE CLASSIFICATION OF THE SOCIETY OF AMERICAN BACTERIOLOGISTS.
  • PART II. PHYSIOLOGY.
    • CHAPTER VI. GENERAL CONDITIONS FOR GROWTH.
      • OCCURRENCE.
      • MOISTURE.
      • TEMPERATURE.
      • LIGHT.
      • OXYGEN SUPPLY.
      • OSMOTIC PRESSURE.
      • ELECTRICITY.
      • RADIATIONS.
      • PRESSURE.
      • MECHANICAL VIBRATION.
    • OCCURRENCE.
    • MOISTURE.
    • TEMPERATURE.
    • LIGHT.
    • OXYGEN SUPPLY.
    • OSMOTIC PRESSURE.
    • ELECTRICITY.
    • RADIATIONS.
    • PRESSURE.
    • MECHANICAL VIBRATION.
    • CHAPTER VII. CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT.
      • REACTION OF MEDIUM.
      • INJURIOUS CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES.
      • CHEMICAL COMPOSITION.
    • REACTION OF MEDIUM.
    • INJURIOUS CHEMICAL SUBSTANCES.
    • CHEMICAL COMPOSITION.
    • CHAPTER VIII. CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT (Continued).
      • GENERAL FOOD RELATIONSHIPS. METABOLISM.
    • GENERAL FOOD RELATIONSHIPS. METABOLISM.
    • CHAPTER IX. PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES.
      • FERMENTATION OF CARBOHYDRATES.
      • SPLITTING OF FATS.
    • FERMENTATION OF CARBOHYDRATES.
    • SPLITTING OF FATS.
    • CHAPTER X. PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES (Continued).
      • PUTREFACTION OF PROTEINS.
    • PUTREFACTION OF PROTEINS.
    • CHAPTER XI. PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES (Continued).
      • PRODUCTION OF ACIDS.
      • GAS PRODUCTION.
      • PRODUCTION OF ESTERS.
      • PRODUCTION OF “AROMATIC” COMPOUNDS.
      • PHOSPHORESCENCE OR PHOTOGENESIS.
      • PRODUCTION OF PIGMENT OR CHROMOGENESIS.
      • REDUCING ACTIONS.
      • OXIDATION.
      • PRODUCTION OF HEAT.
      • ABSORPTION OF FREE NITROGEN.
    • PRODUCTION OF ACIDS.
    • GAS PRODUCTION.
    • PRODUCTION OF ESTERS.
    • PRODUCTION OF “AROMATIC” COMPOUNDS.
    • PHOSPHORESCENCE OR PHOTOGENESIS.
    • PRODUCTION OF PIGMENT OR CHROMOGENESIS.
    • REDUCING ACTIONS.
    • OXIDATION.
    • PRODUCTION OF HEAT.
    • ABSORPTION OF FREE NITROGEN.
    • CHAPTER XII. PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITIES (Continued).
      • PRODUCTION OF ENZYMES.
      • PRODUCTION OF TOXINS.
      • CAUSATION OF DISEASE.
      • ANTIBODY FORMATION.
      • STAINING.
      • CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS.
    • PRODUCTION OF ENZYMES.
    • PRODUCTION OF TOXINS.
    • CAUSATION OF DISEASE.
    • ANTIBODY FORMATION.
    • STAINING.
    • CULTURAL CHARACTERISTICS.
    • CHAPTER XIII. DISINFECTION—STERILIZATION—DISINFECTANTS.
      • PHYSICAL AGENTS.
    • PHYSICAL AGENTS.
    • CHAPTER XIV. DISINFECTION AND STERILIZATION (Continued).
      • CHEMICAL AGENTS.
      • ELEMENTS.
      • COMPOUNDS.
      • ORGANIC COMPOUNDS.
    • CHEMICAL AGENTS.
    • ELEMENTS.
    • COMPOUNDS.
    • ORGANIC COMPOUNDS.
    • CHAPTER XV. DISINFECTION AND STERILIZATION (Continued).
      • CHOICE OF AGENT.
      • STANDARDIZATION OF DISINFECTANTS—“PHENOL COEFFICIENT.”
      • PRACTICAL STERILIZATION AND DISINFECTION.
    • CHOICE OF AGENT.
    • STANDARDIZATION OF DISINFECTANTS—“PHENOL COEFFICIENT.”
    • PRACTICAL STERILIZATION AND DISINFECTION.
  • PART III. THE STUDY OF BACTERIA.
    • CHAPTER XVI. CULTURE MEDIA.
    • CHAPTER XVII. METHODS OF USING CULTURE MEDIA.
    • CHAPTER XVIII. ISOLATION OF BACTERIA IN PURE CULTURE.
    • CHAPTER XIX. STUDY OF INDIVIDUAL BACTERIA—STAINING.
      • HANGING DROP SLIDE.
      • STAINING.
    • HANGING DROP SLIDE.
    • STAINING.
    • CHAPTER XX. STUDY OF THE PHYSIOLOGY OF BACTERIA.
      • APPEARANCE OF GROWTH ON DIFFERENT CULTURE MEDIA.
    • APPEARANCE OF GROWTH ON DIFFERENT CULTURE MEDIA.
    • CHAPTER XXI. ANIMAL INOCULATION.
      • SECURING AND TRANSPORTING MATERIAL FROM ANIMALS FOR BACTERIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION.
    • SECURING AND TRANSPORTING MATERIAL FROM ANIMALS FOR BACTERIOLOGICAL EXAMINATION.
  • PART IV. GENERAL PATHOGENIC BACTERIOLOGY.
    • CHAPTER XXII. INTRODUCTION.
    • CHAPTER XXIII. PATHOGENIC BACTERIA OUTSIDE THE BODY.
      • I.
      • II. A.
      • II. B.
    • I.
    • II. A.
    • II. B.
    • CHAPTER XXIV. PATHS OF ENTRANCE OF PATHOGENIC ORGANISMS, OR CHANNELS OF INFECTION.
      • MECHANISM OF ENTRANCE OF ORGANISMS.
      • DISSEMINATION OF ORGANISMS.
      • PATHS OF ELIMINATION OF PATHOGENIC MICROÖRGANISMS.
      • SPECIFICITY OF LOCATION OF INFECTIVE ORGANISMS.
    • MECHANISM OF ENTRANCE OF ORGANISMS.
    • DISSEMINATION OF ORGANISMS.
    • PATHS OF ELIMINATION OF PATHOGENIC MICROÖRGANISMS.
    • SPECIFICITY OF LOCATION OF INFECTIVE ORGANISMS.
    • CHAPTER XXV. IMMUNITY.
    • CHAPTER XXVI. THEORIES OF IMMUNITY.
    • CHAPTER XXVII. RECEPTORS OF THE FIRST ORDER.
      • ANTITOXINS—ANTIENZYMES.
    • ANTITOXINS—ANTIENZYMES.
    • CHAPTER XXVIII. RECEPTORS OF THE SECOND ORDER.
      • AGGLUTININS.
      • PRECIPITINS.
    • AGGLUTININS.
    • PRECIPITINS.
    • CHAPTER XXIX. RECEPTORS OF THE THIRD ORDER.
      • CYTOLYSINS.
      • AMBOCEPTORS.
      • COMPLEMENTS.
      • ANTISNAKE VENOMS.
      • FAILURE OF CYTOLYTIC SERUMS.
      • COMPLEMENT-FIXATION TEST.
    • CYTOLYSINS.
    • AMBOCEPTORS.
    • COMPLEMENTS.
    • ANTISNAKE VENOMS.
    • FAILURE OF CYTOLYTIC SERUMS.
    • COMPLEMENT-FIXATION TEST.
    • CHAPTER XXX. PHAGOCYTOSIS—OPSONINS.
      • BACTERIAL VACCINES.
      • AGGRESSIN.
    • BACTERIAL VACCINES.
    • AGGRESSIN.
    • CHAPTER XXXI. ANAPHYLAXIS.
      • Summary of Immunity as Applied to Protection from Disease.
    • Summary of Immunity as Applied to Protection from Disease.
  • List of Laboratory Exercises Given in Connection with the Class Work Included in this Text-book.
  • DESCRIPTIVE CHART—SOCIETY OF AMERICAN BACTERIOLOGISTS.
    • GLOSSARY OF TERMS.
    • NOTES.
    • TABLE I.
    • DETAILED FEATURES.
  • FOOTNOTES.
  • INDEX
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