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Reprinted from Proc. roy. Soc. B., 1932, 109.
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MARTINUS WILLEM BEIJERINCK AT all periods Holland has played a conspicuous part in the development of science, and in more than one branch of learning Dutchmen have led the path of advance. The Royal Society has not been wanting in its appreciation of their efforts and honoured names like Huygens, Leeuwenhoek, Ruysch. Publication Type(s): Biography Notes: "In part reprinted from the edition of the biography "Martinus Willem Beijerinck, his life and work" by G. van Iterson, L.E. den Dooren de Jong, and A.J. Kluyver, published in
Martinus W. Beijerinck ()Professor of Microbiology, Technical School in Delft, The Netherlands: close. Language: Undetermined Language MeSH: History, Modern ; Microbiology/history*; Netherlands Person As Subject: Beijerinck,Martinus Willem, Publication Type(s): BiographyHistorical Article Other ID: (DNLM) NLM ID: [Book Chapter].
Chapter 16 Martinus Willem Beijerinck (): Pioneer of General Microbiology Chapter 17 Walter Reed (): Yellow Fever Fighter Chapter 18 Emile Roux (): Diseases Fighter Chapter 19 Emil von Behring (): Pioneer of Serology Chapter 20 Erwin F. Smith (): Father of Plant Pathology Price: $ Martinus Beijerinck: Microbes in mixed communities () Described aerobic N 2 fixation (Azotobacter, Rhizobium) Also introduced the idea of using enrichment culture to select for certain microbes: Isolate natural samples in a selective fashion, with careful attention to nutrient and incubation requirements. Isolated: sulfate-reducersFile Size: 1MB.
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Martinus Willem Beijerinck () Pioneer of general microbiology KING-THOM CHUNG and DEAM HUNTER FERRIS “Fortunate are those who now start.” that use methane as their sole source of carbon and Martinus W. Beijerinck energy. Albert Jan Kluyver, who inherited the chair of Beijerinck indeveloped the theory of metabolic.
Martinus Willem Beijerinck, a hybridizer of triticum and hordeum species at the end of the 19th century, and his investigations into the origin of wheat by A.
C Zeven (Book) The Beginning of the "Delft tradition" revisited: Martinus W. Beijerinck and the genetics of microorganisms by Bert Theunissen (Book). Prof. Beijerinck is most famous as a soil microbiologist. If he had instead devoted his highly productive genius and energy to the study of his "contagious living fluid" it is highly probable that the science of the viruses would have been advanced 25 years beyond what it was in when he retired from active service.
Martinus Willem Beijerinck () Pioneer of general microbiology KING-THOM CHUNG and DEAM HUNTER FERRIS “Fortunate are those who now start.” Martinus W. Beijerinck Late inmicrobiologist, historians, and digni-taries participated in a conference, “Beijerinck Centen-nial-Microbial Physiology and Gene Regulation.
Martinus W. Beijerinck, in full Martinus Willem Beijerinck, (born MaAmsterdam, Netherlands—died January 1,Gorssel), Dutch microbiologist and botanist who founded the discipline of virology with his discovery of inck was the first to recognize that viruses are reproducing entities that are different from other organisms.
Beijerinck, Martinus Willem () Dutch botanist. Born in Amsterdam, Martinus Willem Beijerinck was the son of a tobacco dealer who went bankrupt. In Martinus Willem Beijerinck - 1851-1931 book to his father's misfortune, Beijerinck would devote most of his scientific career to the tobacco mosaic virus, a pathogen causing an economically devastating disease that dwarfs tobacco plants and mottles their leaves.
Download Citation | Beijerinck, Martinus Willem | – Dutchmicrobiologist whose studies of the agent of tobacco mosaic disease, which he termed contagium vivum fluidum, yielded important Author: Lise Wilkinson.
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Martinus Willem Beijerinck 80 words, approx. 1 pages Martinus Willem Beijerinck Swiss botanist who discovered a new form of life even smaller than bacteria (now known to be viruses) while studying a contagious disease that affects tobacco plan.
Martinus Willem Beijerinck (–), Dutch microbiologist and botanist. IPNI standard form: Beij. Taxon names authored (List may be incomplete) 10 taxon names authored by Martinus Beijerinck; Publications (List may be incomplete) Beyerinck [Beijerinck], M.W. Culturversuche mit Zoochlorellen, Lichenengonidien und anderen niederen Algen.
Beijerinck, Martinus W.: () Dutch microbiologist who was the first person to use the term "virus" for the invisible disease-causing material that he showed to be self-replicating. He originated selective culture techniques, also known as enrichment culturing, and was the first to isolate a wide range of microorganisms.
Verzamelde geschriften van M. Beijerinck ter gelegenheid van zijn 70sten verjaardag, met medewerking der Nederlandsche regeering uitgegeven door zijne vrienden en vereerders by Beijerinck, M.
(Martinus Willem), Pages: Martinus Willem Beijerinck (Amsterdam, ) Botánico y fitopatólogo holandés, considerado uno de los pioneros de la microbiología por sus estudios sobre la naturaleza de los virus.
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Historical accounts of the beginnings of virology refer to the work of Dmitrii Iwanowski (–; aka Dimitri Ivanovsky), Martinus Willem Beijerinck (–), and Friedrich A.J.
Loeffler (–) and his colleague Paul Frosch (–). the beijerinck virology fund The Beijerinck Virology Fund was founded in by Dr and Mrs L.E. den Dooren de Jong to honour the memory of Martinus Willem Beijerinck (), one of the founders of Virology. The aim of the Fund is the promotion of research within the field in the broadest sense, including.
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Martinus Willem Beijerinck (Ma – January 1, ) was a Dutch microbiologist and in Amsterdam, Beijerinck studied at the Technical School of Delft, where he was awarded the degree of Chemical Engineer in He obtained his Doctor of Science degree from the University of Leiden in  At the time, Delft, then a Polytechnic, did not have the right to confer Born: MaAmsterdam, Netherlands.Martinus may refer to.
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