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Public Health Microbiologist in CA (2008)Kern County: $68,424 - $83,532San Luis Obispo County: $52,836 - $71,004Sacramento: $52,554 - $63,893Contra Costa County: $58,032 - $74,124San Francisco: $68,148 - $82,860San Jose: $67,104 - $81,552Marin County: $65,520 - $78,648Los Angeles: $54,252 - $69,240Ventura County: $47,964 - 67,260San Bernardino County: $49,500 - 63,216Federal Government (2008)$44,928 - $84,708According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics:Median annual earnings of microbiologists were 57,980 in 2006. The middle 50 percent earned between $43,850 and $80,550. The lowest 10 percent earned less than $35,460, and the highest 10 percent earned more than $108,270.The range is actually quite large so you would need to take into account your location. For instance, a Microbiologist would earn more in New York vs Kansas City simply because the cost of living is higher in New York.Simplyhired.com, job listing site, estimated the average Microbiologist salary at $59,000 based on job postings in 2008.
The history of biology traces the study of the living world from ancient to modern times. Although the concept of biology as a single coherent field arose in the 19th century, the biological sciences emerged from traditions of medicine and natural history reaching back to ancient Egyptian medicine and the works of Aristotle and Galen in the ancient Greco-Roman world. This ancient work was further developed in the Middle Ages by Muslim physicians and scholars such as al-Jahiz, Avicenna, Avenzoar, Ibn al-Baitar and Ibn al-Nafis. During the European Renaissance and early modern period, biological thought was revolutionized in Europe by a renewed interest in empiricism and the discovery of many novel organisms. Prominent in this movement were Vesalius and Harvey, who used experimentation and careful observation in physiology, and naturalists such as Linnaeus and Buffon who began to classify the diversity of life and the fossil record, as well as the development and behavior of organisms. Microscopy revealed the previously unknown world of microorganisms, laying the groundwork for cell theory. The growing importance of natural theology, partly a response to the rise of mechanical philosophy, encouraged the growth of natural history (although it entrenched the argument from design). Over the 18th and 19th centuries, biological sciences such as botany and zoology became increasingly professional scientific disciplines. Lavoisier and other physical scientists began to connect the animate and inanimate worlds through physics and chemistry. Explorer-naturalists such as Alexander von Humboldt investigated the interaction between organisms and their environment, and the ways this relationship depends on geography-laying the foundations for biogeography, ecology and ethology. Naturalists began to reject essentialism and consider the importance of extinction and the mutability of species. Cell theory provided a new perspective on the fundamental basis of life. These developments, as well as the results from embryology and paleontology, were synthesized in Charles Darwin's theory of evolution by natural selection. The end of the 19th century saw the fall of spontaneous generation and the rise of the germ theory of disease, though the mechanism of inheritance remained a mystery. In the early 20th century, the rediscovery of Mendel's work led to the rapid development of genetics by Thomas Hunt Morgan and his students, and by the 1930s the combination of population genetics and natural selection in the "neo-Darwinian synthesis". New disciplines developed rapidly, especially after Watson and Crick proposed the structure of DNA. Following the establishment of the Central Dogma and the cracking of the genetic code, biology was largely split between organismal biology-the fields that deal with whole organisms and groups of organisms-and the fields related to cellular and molecular biology. By the late 20th century, new fields like genomics and proteomics were reversing this trend, with organismal biologists using molecular techniques, and molecular and cell biologists investigating the interplay between genes and the environment, as well as the genetics of natural populations of organisms.
Luis Suarez is 24 years old (birthdate: January 24, 1987).
Luis Suarez was born in Salto, Uruguay.
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Yes. Luis Suarez who is a a Liverpool player does have a tattoo.
Luis Ruiz Suarez was born in 1913.
Not exactly, it is a fact evra did make up some of the stories.
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Luis Suarez died June 5, 1991.
Luis Suarez was born August 24, 1916.
Luis Suarez is a Roman catholic professional foot-baller
Luis Suarez is number seven for Liverpool FC.
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