2 edition of filterable viruses. found in the catalog.
Francis O. Holmes
Includes bibliographical references.
|Contributions||Society of American Bacteriologists.|
|LC Classifications||QR360 .H6 1948|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1127-1286, xxiii p.|
|Number of Pages||1286|
|LC Control Number||49000835|
Download General Properties of Virus (Microbiology Notes) PFD, Study Material, ebooks for MBBS, and other Microbiology Notes free from during this period to replace the term ‘filterable agents’. The first virus to be visualized by x-ray crystallography and electron microscopy was TMV, reported in and , respectively. These advances introduced the notion that viruses were structurally composed of repeating subunits.
Virology is the study of viruses – submicroscopic, parasitic particles of genetic material contained in a protein coat – and virus-like agents. It focuses on the following aspects of viruses: their structure, classification and evolution, their ways to infect and exploit host cells for reproduction, their interaction with host organism physiology and immunity, the diseases they cause, the. (Hint: Early scientists called viruses “filterable agents.”) Viruses pass through filters that eliminated all bacteria that were visible in the light microscopes at the time. As the bacteria-free filtrate could still cause infections when given to a healthy organism, this observation demonstrated the existence of very small infectious agents.
Parker F, Nye RN. Studies on Filterable Viruses: I. Cultivation of Vaccine Virus. Am J Pathol. May; 1 (3)– [PMC free article] Goodpasture EW. A Study of Rabies, with Reference to a Neural Transmission of the Virus in Rabbits, and the Structure and Significance of Negri Bodies. Am J Pathol. Nov; 1 (6)– Current opinions are concisely expressed and controversial matters are reduced to a minimum. The author takes the view that viruses are biologic units. The second half of the book contains short descriptions of certain diseases of man and lower animals, grouped according to whether they are "accepted," "probable" or "possible" virus diseases.
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Filterable virus definition is - any of the infectious agents that pass through a filter of diatomite or unglazed porcelain with the filtrate and remain virulent and that include the viruses and various other groups (such as the mycoplasmas and rickettsias) which were originally considered viruses before their cellular nature was established.
Filterable Viruses. Harold L. Amoss Jacques J. Bronfenbrenner Alexis Carrel Edmund V. Cowdry Rudolf W. Glaser Ernest W. Goodpasture Louis O. Kunkel Stuart Mudd Peter K. Olitsky Thomas M.
Rivers. Handbook of Filterable Viruses present a general survey of the filterable viruses, particularly those causing disease in man. This book filterable viruses. book composed of eight chapters, and begins with an overview of the history and research works on filterable viruses.
Handbook of Filterable Viruses present a general survey of the filterable viruses, particularly those causing disease in man.
This book is composed of eight chapters, and begins with an overview of the history and research works on filterable Edition: 1. This small book gives a general survey of the viruses, with special reference to those causing disease in man. Approximately half the book is given to a general discussion on the nature of viruses, their cultivation and microscopic study epidemiology and immunity, and classification.
The other half is devoted to diseases of man caused, or believed to be caused, by filtrable by: 2. Book: Handbook of Filterable Viruses. + pp. Abstract: This is a perfectly simple straightforward record of the elementary facts regarding filtrable viruses viruses Subject Category: Organism Names.
Filterable virus definition, a virus particle small enough to pass through a filter of diatomaceous earth or porcelain, which will not pass bacteria: chiefly historical or an informal indicator of size, as synthetic membrane filters now permit passage of the smallest virus.
See more. virus [vi´rus] any member of a unique class of infectious agents, which were originally distinguished by their smallness (hence, they were described as “filtrable” because of their ability to pass through fine ceramic filters that blocked all cells, including bacteria) and their inability to replicate outside of and without assistance of a living.
His synthesis of the state of virology was published in a landmark book, Filterable Viruses, in Rivers' hypothesis led to many advances in the culturing and characterization of viruses that cause human disease. Thomas M. Rivers received the BA from Emory College in and the MD from The Johns Hopkins University Medical School in Inthe same year as Beijerinck’s work was published, foot-and-mouth disease in cattle became the first animal illness linked to a filterable agent, or a microbe small enough to pass.
Filterable definition: capable of being filtered | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Some general aspects of filterable viruses, by T.M.
Rivers. --Filters and filtration, by S. Mudd. --Tissue cultures in the study of viruses, by A. Carrel. --Intracellular pathology in virus diseases, by E.V.
Cowdry. --Virus diseases of man asexemplified by poliomyelitis, by H.L. Amoss. virus disease is a Japanese poem that was writ-ten by the Empress Koken in A.D. and came to be called “filterable viruses.” Similar properties were soon after reported for some viruses of animals (e.g., the filterable nature of are described in detail in this book and in the suggested further reading.
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The initial studies on tobacco mosaic virus led to further understanding of “filterable agents”—namely viruses. Specifically, the high concentration of virus produced in infected tobacco plants permitted the chemical and physical characterization of the infectious material. CONTENTSSome general aspects of filterable viruses, by T.M.
RiversFilters and filteration by S. MuddTissue cultures in the study of viruses, by A. CarrelIntracellular pathology in virus diseases, by E.V. CowdryVirus diseases of man as exemplified by foot-and-mouth disease and vesicular stomatitis, by P.K. OlitskyVirus diseases. Filterable Virus by Philip K.
Dick: A special virus that is instantly carcinomatous. (Text quote, book citation included.). The virus was finally isolated by Max Theiler (–) in who went on to develop a successful vaccine. By enough was known about viruses to enable the publication of Filterable Viruses, a collection of essays covering all known viruses edited by Thomas Milton Rivers (–).
The latter can be regarded as virus diseases of bacteria, and have particle-sizes commensurate with the small size of their hosts.
They range from 10 to 65 rnfji in diameter, where animal viruses. Books that deal with the spread of a virus or deadly illness that affects the world in a big way All Votes Add Books To This List.
1: The Stand by. Stephen King (Goodreads Author) avg rating —ratings. score: 4, and 45 people voted. In this book the viruses are treated as members of an order consisting of 13 families, 32 genera and species.
Bacteriophages constitute one subgroup, viruses causing diseases in seed plants are a second subgroup, and the third subgroup consists of viruses causing diseases in animals.
Filterable virus definition: any virus | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.The filterable viruses: Bergey's manual of determinative bacteriology, ed. 6,with rev. and enl. index Unknown Binding – January 1, by Francis O Holmes (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.
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