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Louis Pasteur 

Louis Pasteur (Dec 27, 1822) was a microbiologist of france. His study on fermentation led him to take interest in microbiology. He established that fermentation was caused by microbial agents. He further noted that different types of fermentation were associated with different kinds of microorganisms. He also known as father of microbiology.


Some important contribution of louis Pasteur in microbiology

1.Development of methods and techniques of bacteriology
2. Proved conclusively that all forms of life, even microbes, arose only from their like and not denovo.
3. Introduction of sterilisation techniques and development of steam steriliser, autoclave and hot air oven.
4. Studies on anthrax, chicken cholera and hydrophobia.
5. Development of a vaccine for hydrophobia.