Germination of Spores of Bacteria, 1932
Scope and Contents
Silent, black and white film shows strains of bacillus subtilis and bacillus cereus grow and multiply. Intertitles provide some explanation to the viewer.
Photos by S. Bayne-Jones (Stanhope Bayne-Jones).
Bacillus subtilis Cohn [presumably Ferdinand Cohn] secured by H.J. Conn [presumably Harold J. Conn]. From A. Mayer [presumably Adolf Mayer], Marburg (Germination equatorial). Michigan culture secured by Novy [presumably Frederick George Novy] from Koch [presumably (Heinrich Hermann) Robert Koch], Berlin 1888. Bacillus cereus Frankland H.J. Conn's culture (Germination polar).
- Bayne-Jones, Stanhope, 1888-1970 (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
1 Reels : 02:28 minutes, black & white, silent, acetate base ; 16mm, 78 ft.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
Immediate Source of Acquisition
See accession record 2020-18-117.
Creation date found in: US National Commission for UNESCO. Panel on Educational Films. United States educational, scientific and cultural motion pictures and filmstrips suitable and available for use abroad. Washington, DC: Dept. of State, July 1952. Available on archive.org.
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