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Martinus Willem Beijerinck

G. van Iterson

Martinus Willem Beijerinck

his life and his work

by G. van Iterson

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Published by M. Nijhoff in Th Hague .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beijerinck, M. W. 1851-1931.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby G. van Iterson Jr., L. E. den Dooren de Jong and A. J. Kluyver. With 13 plates of which two coloured ...
    ContributionsDooren de Jong, L. E. den, Kluyver, A. J. 1888-1956.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH31.B43 I8
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. l., [vii]-xi, [1], 192 p., 1 l.
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6432626M
    LC Control Number42006289
    OCLC/WorldCa2488610

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Born in Amsterdam, Martinus Willem Beijerinck was the son of a tobacco dealer who went bankrupt. In response to his father's misfortune, Beijerinck would devote most of his scientific career to the tobacco mosaic virus, a pathogen causing an economically devastating disease that dwarfs tobacco plants and mottles their leaves.

Beijerinck, who graduated from the Delft. Beijerinck, Martinus Willem. In book: Encyclopedia of Life Sciences Now, more than a century after the word "virus" was first coined by Willem Beijerinck in Author: Lise Wilkinson. Abstract. Before proceeding to an account of the last period of Beijerinck’s life, it seems fitting to give here a brief analysis of Beijerinck’s methods of working.

It is not intended to enter into details regarding Beijerinck’s approach to the numerous problems which occupied his attention. Such matters will be adequately dealt with in Parts II and III of this : G.

van Iterson, L. den Dooren de Jong, A. Kluyver. Beijerinck's vision was not appreciated or verified during his lifetime. But Beijerinck already had a clear notion of the mechanism behind the phenomena he observed. Developments in virology and molecular biology since indicate how close Beijerinck (and even Mayer, Beijerinck's predecessor in research on tobacco mosaic) had been to Cited by: Martinus Willem Beijerinck (16 de março de – 1 de janeiro de ) foi um microbiólogo e botânico holandês.

Estudou na Universidade de Leiden e tornou-se professor de microbiologia na Universidade de Wageningen e Universidade Técnica de Delft. Descobriu os vírus em ao provar que a doença do mosaico do tabaco era causada por algo menor que uma bactéria, Conhecido(a) por: Ciclo do Azoto.

Year Event Sergei Winogradsky studies Beggiatoa and establishes the concept of autotrophy.: Martinus Beijerinck develops the technique of enrichment culture. Winogradsky discovers the organisms responsible for nitrification is soil, which is of great importance in agriculture because nitrogen is a limiting nutrient in the soil.

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Martinus Willem Beijerinck (Amsterdam, ) Botánico y fitopatólogo holandés, considerado uno de los pioneros de la microbiología por sus estudios sobre la naturaleza de los virus.

Estudió ingeniería química en el Instituto Politécnico de Delft, donde se graduó en   "Glassface" Brian Brock, electric guitar. Video compiled from images of Science Tech, Inc publishing documents related to the book "Martinus Willem Beijerinck - His life and his work" This page was last edited on 9 Octoberat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.

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Martinus Willem Beijerinck (Ma – January 1, ) was a Dutch microbiologist and in Amsterdam, Beijerinck studied at the Technical School of Delft, where he was awarded the degree of Chemical Engineer in He obtained his Doctor of Science degree from the University of Leiden in [1] At the time, Delft, then a Polytechnic, did not have the Born: MaAmsterdam, Netherlands.

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Martinus Willem Beijerinck, the first Professor of Microbiology at Delft University of Technology, was fortunate in that his sister, Henriëtte Wilhelmina, was a talented artist (and qualified art teacher) who seems to have spent much of her life producing very beautiful paintings to illustrate his work (although a small number of paintings in the collection are signed by him, rather than Cited by: 1.

Beijerinck, Martinus W.: () Dutch microbiologist who was the first person to use the term "virus" for the invisible disease-causing material that he showed to be self-replicating. He originated selective culture techniques, also known as enrichment culturing, and was the first to isolate a wide range of microorganisms.

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HELLRIEGEL’S AND BEIJERINCK’S DISCOVERIES. Hellriegel did not determine what factors in the root nodules carried out nitrogen fixation. Martinus Willem Beijerinck (Ma – January 1, ), a Dutch microbiologist and botanist, explored the mechanism responsible, discovering that the root nodules contained microbes.

the beijerinck virology fund The Beijerinck Virology Fund was founded in by Dr and Mrs L.E. den Dooren de Jong to honour the memory of Martinus Willem Beijerinck (), one of the founders of Virology. The aim of the Fund is the promotion of research within the field in the broadest sense, including.

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