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R. A. WITTHAUS, A.M., M.D.
Professor of Chemistry, Physics, and Toxicology in Cornell University
TRACY C. BECKER, A.B., LL.B.
Counsellor at Law
witb tbe Collaboration of
WOOLSEY, M.D.; J. H. WOODWARD, M.D.
I 1051 W83 1906r1
HE writer's Manual of Bacteriology, published in 1892, was
very favorably received both in this country and abroad, but its usefulness has no doubt been to some extent restricted by the size and expense of the volume. For this reason a revised and abridged edition was published in 1896 under the title of "A Text-Book of Bacteriology.” A second revision was made in 1901.
The present volume is a further abridgment and revision, designed especially for students of medicine. It is intended to serve as a guide for laboratory work and as a text-book for students, containing a full account of the most important pathogenic bacteria, and such information with reference to saprophytic bacteria as is essential to a comprehension of the role of this class of microorganisms in the economy of nature.
G. M. s. 1906.