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Robert Koch Was credited for developing the germ theory.
1665 Cell theory was discovered by Robert Hooke.
1881 Robert Koch began work on one of the worst diseases.
Louis Pasteur In 1864 successfully showed that life can be generated only from existing life of the same species.
Greatest Biologist of the 19th Century Louis Pasteur
Anton Van Leeuwenhoek Described a world of microorganisms in a drop of rain water.
First known Scientist to study microorganisms Anton Van Leeuwenhoek
Baking and Brewing Louis Pasteur showed that microorgansism were caused by fermentation, a process used in....
Pathogenic Organisms that pose a threat to human health.
Penicillin Fleming's bacterial cultures bacame contaminated with mold. His keen observation that no bacteria was growing near the mold led to the isolation of this.
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