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Michael Yarmolinsky

Mark Martin’s enthusiasm for microbiology and his interest in the students he teaches are evident and praiseworthy. But I am troubled by the absence among the student replies to his good questions of any mention of the contributions to our understanding of fundamental biological processes that microbiology made possible. A lack of appreciation of those contributions may account for the inadequate coverage of microbiology in the undergraduate curriculum.

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