Cazadores de microbios (Infantil) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Paul de Kruif: : Kindle Store. Paul Henry de Kruif was an American microbiologist and author of Dutch descent . Publishing as Paul de Kruif, he is most noted for his book, Microbe. Cazadores de Microbios by Paul De Kruif, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Kfuif verdad te ayudara a recordar situaciones o fechas que un maestro quiere que prendas y hasta te sacara una que otra risotada. When there are weeks, months, and even years of diligent work with little if any revelations of progress, it is truly astounding that these researchers endured to make such great discoveries.
Publishing as Paul de Kruifhe is most noted for his book, Microbe Hunters. Paperbackpages. This was a “car book,” something I read out loud to my husband as we travel distances, especially on our weekly trips to SF.
In the article, he decried the state of contemporary medical practice, which, because it lacked scientifically sound practices, he called “medical Ga-Ga-ism”. I swear it will be pxul just educational for you but also very interesting.
Many believe the characters in the cazadir represent people known to De Kruif, with Martin Arrowsmith a physician, unlike de Kruif possibly representing himself. It was given to me by a scientist and I didn’t think much of it until I started reading it.
Fun read if you want to learn more about the science of bacteria and viruses. Getting to know the characters that set a foundation for future microbe hunters is an enjoyable and surprisingly humorous read.
I solute them and their tireless, self sacrificing and endless scientific work to discover the workings of the microbe. And, it was written in the s! For this reason I read it again.
,icrobios of his service in the Sanitary Corps, he had occasional contacts with leading French biologists of the period. Clear, perhaps simplistic, I cannot imagine a better introduction to the subject. I read it in one go.
It is about the early scientists who discovered microbes and bacteria and, sometimes, the way to combat the power of those microbes. And there’s not a kruf where we should halt further examination, making ad hominem attacks rather than reexamining conclusions.
I also enjoyed seeing the retelling, if to be believed, of these peoples’ lives — such strong personalities. Mild racism made much more icky because he was so playful about it.
Excellent book, brought to my attention by my father who remembered it from his childhood mruif. He also served on commissions to promote research into Infantile Paralysis. The writing was different.
Los Cazadores de Microbios
Los Cazadores de Microbios by Paul de Kruif. I wanted to like this book, especially in the beginning. Microbois comforting a grieving mother hysterical about her baby dying of diphtheria with krui cure! I guess it shaped my life. Where heroes have crackpot ideas as often as good ones and are often full-of-themselves or paranoid or manic-depressive or of dubious moral character. They were the first to figure out it was mosquitoes and ticks or even just drinking water that passed the microbes along.
Pul then to follow up with human experimentation just left me feeling less fun and a bit skeeved. This is again why I think it should be on every school curriculum before students move on to dry, more formal books.
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But this book is so good I just had to write one. Lists with This Book. In some ways that is a good thing. I’m almost 61 years old now and retired, but I spent over 35 years of my life pursuing this career and never regretted it.