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Insect Microbiology

Nature volume 158, pages 644645 (09 November 1946) | Download Citation

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SCIENCE for its exercise requires a medium. In years, one after another of the natural sciences in search of such a medium has discovered the insects. Physiologists, chemists, even zoologists are finding among the insects a rich harvest waiting to be gathered. Microbiology, the latest of the biological sciences to demand recognition in its own right, has now entered the field.

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