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by H. Smith,Joan Taylor

Download Microbial Behaviour, 'In Vivo' and 'In Vitro': Fourteenth Symposium of the Society for General Microbiology (Society for General Microbiology Symposia) ePub
  • ISBN 0521057221
  • ISBN13 978-0521057226
  • Language English
  • Author H. Smith,Joan Taylor
  • Publisher Cambridge University Press (January 3, 1964)
  • Pages 306
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  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Biological Sciences
  • Size ePub 1484 kb
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The opening chapter by Smith introduces those to follow. He surveys some of the pathogenic bacteria that have been studied in vitro and in vivo, pointing out that, in some instances, properties of virulence and immunology were first observed in vivo and then reproduced by in vitro methods. A brief discussion of some of the techniques employed for the study of organisms in vivo is also presented. Woods and Foster present an excellent review in which they attempt to relate our present knowledge of microbial metabolism acquired through in vitro studies to the growth of an organism in plant or animal tissue. This is followed by papers of Keppie and Standfast on some host-parasite relations. Several papers on plant pathogens are presented by Buxton, Deverall, and Walten. Mackaness presents stimulating discussion on microbial behaviour in phagocytic cells in vivo and in sitro. This is followed by a chapter on mixed populations in vivo and in vitro ably presented by Henderson. A discussion by Holland of viruses in animals and cell culture concludes the symposium. Emphasized throughout this book is the idea that in vitro work has often thrown light upon an in vivo process or has indicated a new direction for in vivo study. It must be noted, however, that an in vitro situation is an artificial environment and care must be used in relating all such findings to the actual host-parasite relationship. In our age of molecular and submolecular microbiology, this book is refreshing. This reviewer is concerned about the number of graduate students who have not indicated any thought of relating their "test tube" studies to the behavior of the microorganism in a host or its natural environment. The book should be required reading for all graduate students in microbiology as well as for some of the faculty. LEANOR D. HALEY

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