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Environmental Microbiology. Introduction: Overview and History. Organisms Included. Virus Bacteria Fungi Algae Protozoa. Importance of Microbiology. Basic Science Applied Science and Engineering Public Health Nutrient Cycling Waste Treatment Biodegradation

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environmental microbiology

Environmental Microbiology

Introduction:

Overview and History

organisms included
Organisms Included
  • Virus
  • Bacteria
  • Fungi
  • Algae
  • Protozoa
importance of microbiology
Importance of Microbiology
  • Basic Science
  • Applied Science and Engineering
    • Public Health
    • Nutrient Cycling
    • Waste Treatment
    • Biodegradation
    • Industrial Microbiology/Fermentation
    • Biotechnology
swan neck flask experiments
Swan-Neck Flask Experiments
  • Spontaneous generation vs. biogenesis
  • Broth in flasks remained sterile -- bacteria could not travel up the curved neck
winogradsky
Winogradsky
  • Nitrification
  • Sulfur oxidation
  • Concept of lithotrophy
the delft school
The Delft School
  • Metabolism as a unifying concept in microbiology
  • Major figures
    • Kluyver
    • Van Neil
    • Zobell
    • Rittenberg