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Growth of Bacteria

Growth of Bacteria

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Presented by:Ordoña, Ma. Olive Grace O.Orquin, Angelica Gill B.
 
Dr. Robert Koch
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H
e was born on December 11, 1843, atUpper
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arz Mountains, Germany.
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H
e studied at the University of Göttingenand took up medicine.
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H
e was influenced by Jacob
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enle, hisproffesorin Anatomy, and by Rudolph Virchow, his mentor in chemical study atBerlin.
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In 1866, he married Emmy Fraats. Afterfew years he married
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edwig Freiberg in1893.
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Dr. Koch died on May 27, 1910 in Baden-Baden at the age of 64.
 
His Contributions:
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Development of culturing bacteria on solid media
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Development of Koch's postulates
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H
e became famous for isolating Bacillus anthracis(1877), Tuberculosis bacillus (1882), Vibrio cholerae(1883)

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