Bacteriology. I. General Considerations. Definition and classification, structure and mode of growth of microbes; cell, cell-membrane, spores; methods of detection. Conditions of life, as to temperature, oxygen, etc. Action of disinfectants. Products of bacteria; toxines, ptomaines, and toxalbumins. Distribution, Cultivation, Polymorphism. II. Bacteria in the Causation of Disease - Saprophytes, parasites, pathogenic microbes. III. The Individual Forms - A. Microbes of acute inflammations tending to suppuration; (1) Streptococcus erysipelatis; (2) Staphylococcus pyogenes aureus, and (3) albus; (4) Streptococcus pyogenes; (5) Bacillus pyocyaneus; (6) Gonococcus; (7) Bacillus coli communis; (8) Bacteria of pneumonia; (9) Bacillus of rhino-scleroma. B. Microbes of Acute Specific Diseases - Bacilli of (1) Anthrax; (2) "Symptomatic anthrax"; (3) Malignant oedema; (4) Typhoid fever; (.">) Relapsing fever; (6) Diphtheria; (7) Tetanus; (8) Influenza; (9) Bubonic plague; (10) Cholera and vibrios resembling it. C. Microbes of Specific New-formations - Bacilli of (1) Tuberculosis; (2) Leprosy; (3) Syphilis; (4) Glanders; (5) Actinomycosis. D. Microbes of Acute Blood-infections in Animals - (1) Micrococcus tetragenus; (2) Bacillus of mouse-septicasmia; (3) Bacillus of swine-erysipelas; (4) Bacillus of septicaemia haemorrhagica (including fowl-cholera, etc.). E. Some Saprophytic Forms.

Addendum. Parasitic Fungi - I. The Yeasts. II. Filamentous Fungi - (1) Saprophytes and occasional parasites; (2) Pathogenic fungi.