Definition of "bacteriology" [bac•te•ri•ol•o•gy]

  • (noun) The study of bacteria, especially in relation to medicine and agriculture.

Use "bacteriology" in a sentence

  • "These publications are historical sources for a period which witnessed the transition from a humoral to a biochemical tradition, which was based on laboratorial science and document the important breakthroughs in bacteriology, parasitology and the developments of vaccines in a colonial context"
  • "Sherrington stayed with Koch to do research in bacteriology for a year, and in 1887 he was appointed Lecturer in Systematic Physiology at St. Thomas's Hospital, London, and also was elected a Fellow of"
  • "In 1940 he graduated from Harvard Medical School and was appointed as resident physician in bacteriology at The Children's"

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