a branch of microbiology dealing with the identification, study, and cultivation of bacteria and with their applications in medicine, agriculture, industry, and biotechnology.
It requires not only an understanding of bacteriology, but skilled workmanship and earnest attention to details.
Tuskegee & Its People: Their Ideals and Achievements Various
“Congenial environment and bacteriology,” responded his dragoman.
Another Sheaf John Galsworthy
Essentials of bacteriology: being a concise and systematic introduction to the Study of Micro-organisms.
The Elements of Bacteriological Technique John William Henry Eyre
Music is acquiring a technology as confusing and as extensive as bacteriology.
Great Pianists on Piano Playing James Francis Cooke
Rightly may he be styled The Father of bacteriology, if not of the microscope.
The Fundamentals of Bacteriology Charles Bradfield Morrey
bacteriology, at the time of the passing of the Act, had hardly made a beginning.
Experiments on Animals Stephen Paget
Modern bacteriology and the possibilities of aseptic surgery were yet to be understood.
The Letters of William James, Vol. 1 William James
A microscope is good and a telescope is good, but it is the microscope that one uses in bacteriology.
Hieroglyphics Arthur Machen
One of them, Dr. Chagas, a Brazilian, is well known in the world of science for his studies in bacteriology and parasitology.
South America To-day Georges Clemenceau
His most fruitful researches have been made in the field of bacteriology and infectious diseases.
Appletons’ Popular Science Monthly, November 1899 Various
the branch of science concerned with the study of bacteria
1884, from German; see bacteria + -ology. Related: Bacteriological (1886). Bacteriological warfare is from 1924.
bacteriology bac·te·ri·ol·o·gy (bāk-tēr’ē-ŏl’ə-jē)
The study of bacteria, especially in relation to medicine and agriculture.
bac·te’ri·o·log’ic (-ə-lŏj’ĭk) adj.
The scientific study of bacteria, especially bacteria that cause disease.
- Bacteriological warfare
noun another term for germ warfare Historical Examples bacteriological warfare had broken out and where it would strike next was anybody’s guess. Prologue to an Analogue Leigh Richmond
a branch of microbiology dealing with the identification, study, and cultivation of bacteria and with their applications in medicine, agriculture, industry, and biotechnology. Historical Examples A bacteriologist is constantly testing the efficiency of the machines by bacteriological examinations of the Pasteurized milk. Appletons’ Popular Science Monthly, September 1899 Various The bacteriologist’s existence became a ceaseless […]
disintegration or dissolution of bacteria. noun the destruction or disintegration of bacteria bacteriolysis bac·te·ri·ol·y·sis (bāk-tēr’ē-ŏl’ĭ-sĭs) n. pl. bac·te·ri·ol·y·ses (-sēz’) Dissolution or destruction of bacteria. bac·te’ri·o·lyt’ic (-ə-lĭt’ĭk) adj.
bacteriolysin bacteriolysin bac·te·ri·ol·y·sin (bāk-tēr’ē-ŏl’ĭ-sĭn, -ə-lī’sĭn) n. An antibody that, together with other substances, destroys a bacterium.