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Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who studies or is skilled in microbiology; one versed in the knowledge of minute organisms, as microbes.

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  • noun A scientist whose speciality is microbiology.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • noun a specialist in microbiology

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Examples

  • One of the most important issues on that subject to me as a microbiologist is the danger of overusing antibiotics.

    Rep. Louise Slaughter: Reforming Our Food Production Can Start With Curbing Antibiotic Use

  • One of the most important issues on that subject to me as a microbiologist is the danger of overusing antibiotics.

    Rep. Louise Slaughter: Reforming Our Food Production Can Start With Curbing Antibiotic Use

  • Some, such as microbiologist Carl Woese of the University of Illinois, argue that life on earth is descended "not from one, but from three distinctly different cell types" ( "On the evolution of cells,"

    Evolution News & Views

  • Some, such as microbiologist Carl Woese of the University of Illinois, argue that life on earth is descended "not from one, but from three distinctly different cell types" ( "On the evolution of cells,"

    Evolution News & Views

  • Some, such as microbiologist Carl Woese of the University of Illinois, argue that life on earth is descended "not from one, but from three distinctly different cell types" ( "On the evolution of cells,"

    Evolution News & Views

  • Finally, five years later—after the FBI had given up on its flimsy Hatfill suspicions—the investigation started to focus on Bruce Ivins, a microbiologist at the same institute.

    When Death Came Hand-Delivered

  • Music made me lose my taste for the robber baron self and for some other identities that I'd tried on, too: to be an archeologist like the great Schliemann who'd dug out Troy with his bare hands, cheered on by his Greek wife; to be a microbiologist like Paul Ehrlich, who'd cured syphilis that had killed or deformed so many weak-willed great minds.

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  • "Most of the public is not accustomed to evaluating early stage science, and they don't understand how vague things are at this point," Alan Dove, a science writer who trained as a microbiologist at Columbia University, commented during a podcast, "This Week in Virology," that discussed XMRV.

    Amid War on a Mystery Disease, Patients Clash With Scientists

  • "They don't exist," says microbiologist Ronald Atlas of the University of Louisville.

    Bioremediation: a solution for quickly cleaning environmental messes?

  • One early suspect was microbiologist Perry Mikesell, who had worked in 1999 at Battelle.

    When Death Came Hand-Delivered

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