The Rise and Practice of Inoculation in the 1700s
The 1700s saw the increased use of inoculation against disease as a medical practice. More importantly, the practice began to be used scienti...
Inoculation refers to the injection of dead or weakened disease-causing bacteria or viruses into the human body in order to produce immunity against that disease. The use of inoculation to...
To inoculate involves the introduction of microorganisms into a new environment. Originally the term referred to the insertion of a bud or shoot of one plant into the stem or trunk of anothe...