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Timeline of bacteriology

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| 1865 || Scientific development || British surgeon {{w|Joseph Lister}} develops antiseptic surgery, which greatly increases survival rates.<ref>{{cite book|last1=Graf|first1=Noreen M.|last2=Millington|first2=Michael J.|title=Psychosocial Aspects of Disability: Insider Perspectives and Strategies for Counselors|edition=|url=}}</ref> ||
| c.1868 || Scientific development || German botanist {{w|Ferdinand Cohn }} starts studying bacteria. From his accurate studies of their morphology, or bodily form, Cohn is among the first to attempt to arrange the different varieties of bacteria into genera and species on a systematic basis.<ref>{{cite web|title=Ferdinand Cohn|url=||accessdate=14 February 2018}}</ref> Cohn studies on algae and photosynthetic bacteria would lead him to describe several bacteria including Bacillus and Beggiatoa. The field of bacteriology is considered by many to have been founded by Ferdinand Cohn.<ref name="Introduction to Biotechnology"/> ||
| 1872 || Scientific development || German botanist {{w|Joseph Schroeter}} grows pigmented bacterial colonies on potato slices incubated in a moist environment.<ref name="Textbook of Microbiology 2">{{cite book|last1=Kango|first1=Naveen|title=Textbook of Microbiology|url=}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last1=Easter|first1=Martin C.|title=Rapid Microbiological Methods in the Pharmaceutical Industry|url=}}</ref><ref>{{cite book|last1=Grove|first1=David|title=Tapeworms, Lice, and Prions: A Compendium of Unpleasant Infections|url=}}</ref><ref name="Significant Events By Years"/> ||

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