A colorful, one-page study guide covering some of the early history of microbiology. Topics include spontaneous generation, the germ theory of disease and Koch's postulates. The focus is around the early scientists who laid the foundation for modern microbiology: Anton van Leeuwenhoek, Robert Koch and Louis Pasteur. Bacteria included are Bacillus anthracis and Mycobacterium tuberculosis which plaid a central role in early studies. It is in Word format so you can edit this and share as you'd like.