Robert Heinrich Hermann Koch a son of a mining engineer was a German physician and a microbiologist and one of the founders of Modern Bacteriology. He was born on December 11, 1843, at Clausthal in Germany. In 1876, he discovered the Anthrax disease cycle and studied the Tuberculosis causing bacteria in 1882, and cholera in 1883. Koch received a Nobel Prize in Medicine in 1905 for his discoveries in regard to tuberculosis. Koch upgraded the laboratory techniques in the field of microbiology and his researches led to the creation of Koch’s postulates- a set of four principles to explain the relationship between a microbe and a disease. In 1877, Koch published a paper on the investigation, preparation, and photographing of Bacteria. He served as a military surgeon during Franco-Prussian war and was appointed as a district medical officer for Wollstein after the war. Koch died on 27 May in 1910 in Baden-Baden. Let's know more about Robert Koch.
1. Robert Koch was born in ...
2. Koch first became famous for his work on ...
3. In which year Koch win the Nobel Prize?
4. Where was he appointed as a district surgeon?
5. When was Robert Koch born?
A. 24 January, 1846
B. 11 April, 1840
C. 11 December, 1843
D. 28 December, 1843
6. In which did the coach get the Nobel Prize for his significant contribution?
A. Kidney transplant
B. Tuberculosis research
C. Liver research
D. Vaccine of smallpox
7. In which year Anthrax cycle was discovered?
8. Which university did Robert Koch study?
9. In which year Koch died?
10. Who studied the bacteria that causes tuberculosis?
A. Louis Pasteur
B. Robert Hooke
C. Robert Koch
D. Antonie Van Leeuwenhoek
11. Koch studied bacteria using ...
D. Using a mice
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