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Bacteriologist  n.  One skilled in bacteriology.

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"Bacteriologist" Quotes from Famous Books

... "Well, I'm a bacteriologist, you know. I live in a nine-hundred-diameter microscope. I can hardly claim to take serious notice of anything that I can see with my naked eye. I'm a frontiersman from the extreme edge of the Knowable, and I feel quite out of place when I leave my ...
— The Lost World • Arthur Conan Doyle

... A bacteriologist exclaimed at length over the similarity of minute life forms to those on Earth, and used the occasion to again expound the old theory of space-floating life spores to seed all favorable matter, and thus develop similar forms through evolution, wherever found. Quickly and tactfully ...
— Eight Keys to Eden • Mark Irvin Clifton

... experiment, in medicine or mechanical invention, failure spells oblivion; the prophylactic that does not cure, the machine that cannot be made to work, is speedily relegated to the scrap-heap. What indeed should we say of the bacteriologist, who, after killing innumerable patients with a particular serum, were to advertise it as an unqualified success? Should we not brand such a man as an unscrupulous charlatan or at best as a dangerous ...
— Secret Societies And Subversive Movements • Nesta H. Webster

... institutions, the old conceptions of disease, as I have said, are gradually dying out, but the znakharka still finds practice. The fact that the znakharka is to be found side by side not only with the feldsher, but also with the highly trained bacteriologist, is very characteristic of Russian civilisation, which is a strange conglomeration of products belonging to very different periods. The enquirer who undertakes the study of it will sometimes be scarcely less surprised than would be the naturalist who should unexpectedly stumble ...
— Russia • Donald Mackenzie Wallace

... class, there were bets placed that he would not "last," but quite to the surprise of everybody D. M. gained in momentum as he went along. As a matter of fact, his interest on the subject grew, and he is now a bacteriologist of good standing. In fact, his lack of interest in other matters has helped him, since he has ...
— The Foundations of Personality • Abraham Myerson

... a science. And the most powerful factor in this development, its indispensable basis, in fact, has been the invention of instruments of precision—the microscope, the fever thermometer, the stethoscope, the ophthalmoscope, the test-tube, the culture medium, the triumphs of the bacteriologist and of the chemist. Any man who makes a final diagnosis in a serious case without resorting to some or all of these means is regarded—and justly—as careless and derelict in his ...
— Preventable Diseases • Woods Hutchinson

... the dairy divisions of agricultural colleges participated in the contest. The purpose of the event was designed to create a greater interest in pure milk and cream. Four samples of milk and cream each were submitted. One of these was submitted to an official bacteriologist, a second given to the official chemist, a third displayed in Congress Hall, and the fourth tested for its butter-fat content. Awards of gold and silver medals and cash prizes were made in the following classes: city boards of health, cream dealers, milk ...
— The Jewel City • Ben Macomber

Words linked to "Bacteriologist" :   Sir Alexander Fleming, Ehrlich, Hideyo Noguchi, Metchnikoff, Hans Zinsser, Metchnikov, bacteriology, Elie Metchnikoff, Hans C. J. Gram, Paul Ehrlich, gram, life scientist, Sir David Bruce, Fleming, Zinsser, Alexander Fleming, Robert Koch, Reiter, Koch, Wassermann, David Bruce, Alexandre Yersin

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