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  • noun Plural form of microbiologist.

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Examples

  • New research into the deep ocean floor yields promising results for microbiologists is a EurekAlert article.

    2010 June - Telic Thoughts

  • Louis sent samples to two other labs for analysis: Cardiff University’s Centre for Astrobiology, where a team of microbiologists is conducting tests under the guidance of famed astronomer Chandra Wickramasinghe, and the lab of Milton Wainwright, a microbiologist at Sheffield University.

    Archive 2006-06-04

  • Louis sent samples to two other labs for analysis: Cardiff University’s Centre for Astrobiology, where a team of microbiologists is conducting tests under the guidance of famed astronomer Chandra Wickramasinghe, and the lab of Milton Wainwright, a microbiologist at Sheffield University.

    Is it raining aliens?

  • For microbiologists, it was this promise of extending hierarchical classification into the prokaryotes, not any notion of testing Darwin's theory, that was the relevant and exciting message from Zuckerkandl and Pauling.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • In classifying bacteria microbiologists make two implicit assumptions: (i) that bacteria have a phylogeny, and (ii) that the taxonomic system that works well for the metazoa is actually applicable to, i.e., meaningful in, the microbial world.

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • Clad in pressurized moonsuits in the high-security, BSL-4 lab, CDC microbiologists determined within a few hours that the scab contains virus from the smallpox vaccine but didn't contain the deadly disease virus itself.

    'Bizarre Bits' Exhibition Took a Strange Turn When Feds Arrived

  • The laboratory floors have no corridors, a design that saves space and, university officials say, allows microbiologists, immunologists, and other researchers to collaborate more easily.

    Historic University's Fresh Look

  • Indeed, in his seminal 1987 review Bacterial Evolution, Carl Woese (34) stressed the incompatibility of ribosomal RNA phylogenies with even those few higher taxa that microbiologists still believed in and noted that “not only did we know very little about eubacterial phylogeny before the advent of the rRNA approach, but what we thought we knew tended to be wrong.”

    A Disclaimer for Behe?

  • Based on the lives of the real-life microbiologists Paul de Kruif and Jacques Loeb, Lewis tells the story of Martin Arrowsmith, a physician who invents a new vaccine during a deadly outbreak of bubonic plague.

    Does the Vaccine Matter?

  • Based on the lives of the real-life microbiologists Paul de Kruif and Jacques Loeb, Lewis tells the story of Martin Arrowsmith, a physician who invents a new vaccine during a deadly outbreak of bubonic plague.

    Does the Vaccine Matter?

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