BIOL 351 - Microbiology

Description
This microbiology course provides in-depth coverage of prokaryotic cell structure, function, genetics, diversity, ecology, and pathogenesis, with an emphasis on microbial metabolism, bacterial genetics and molecular mechanisms. Other microbes (such as protozoa, viruses and fungi) will also be discussed and applications of microbiology to medicine and environmental science will be explored. Pre-requisites: BIOL 196, BIOL 197, CHEM 121, and MATH 126; $35 lab free.Lecture/ Lab/ Studio Hours: 3+3+0. Enrollment Requirements: PR: BIOL 196, BIOL 197, CHEM 121, and MATH 126/126E.
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Fall 2019, Fall 2018
Offered
TuTh
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