Twort

Twort

(twort),
Frederick W., British bacteriologist, 1877-1950. See: Twort phenomenon, Twort-d'Herelle phenomenon.
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Los bacteriofagos fueron clasificados por el microbiologo franco-canadiense Felix d'Herelle en 1917, dos anos despues de que el bacteriologo britanico Frederick Twort los descubrio como agentes bacterioliticos que infectaban y mataban a las bacterias, pero no logro identificar que eran, considero que se trataba de una "sustancia esencial".
Descritos de manera independiente por el britanico Frederick Twort en 1915 y por el francocanadiense Felix d'Herelle en 1917, Twort fue el primero en reportar su capacidad litica (Kutter & Sulakvelidze 2005, Monk et al.
Everton in the Community's sports development manager, Jackie Twort, said: "We are absolutely thrilled to have secured this partnership with Sefton Stars.
This year we have a familiar face in Englishman Alex Flynn, and South Africans Richard Flamand and Justin Twort, joining the big field of the Standard Chartered Dubai Marathon 2012 today morning (7am) at The Pavilion near the Burj Khalifa.
195km race alongside his EoACAyzoo keeper' for the day, Justin Twort.
Leach RM, Davidson AC, Chinn S, Twort CH, Cameron IR, Bateman NT.
Groomsmen were Hugh Twort of London, England; Thomas Cary of London, England; Javier Casillas of Miami, Florida; Pantelis Solomon of Limassol, Cyprus; Edouard Didier of Paris, France; Olivier de Quelen of Cape Town, South Africa; and Henry Wigan of Lisbon, Portugal.
Mr Twort, pictured, is stepping down as head after 20 years in charge of the school, in Coventry Road, Small Heath, where he used to go as a pupil.
The charity's chairman, Vivien Twort, said: "We're delighted that someone made such a special effort to support us.
Twort in England had briefly reported in 1915 that bacteria were destroyed by something that might be a virus, it was d'Herelle's exhaustive studies, starting in 1917, that proved the agent to be a living particle.
In 1915 Frederick Twort identified bacteria-eating viruses, or bacteriophages.