Title

BIOL5550-ST1.(ST) Microbiology.F16.Faculty,St Thomas

Faculty Name

St Thomas Faculty

Document Type

Syllabi

School

CLA

Department

ACTC

Course Subject

ACTC

Course Number

5550

Course Section

ST1

Course Title

(ST) Microbiology

Academic Term and Year

Fall 2016

Credits

4.00

Area of Study

BIOL, HSCI

Course Description

Goals: Introduction to the biology of microorganisms and the aseptic techniques used to grow and maintain microbial cultures. Practice molecular biology procedures and apply them to the study of microbial function and metabolism. Read and discuss current research in microbiology and related fields. Content: Microorganisms: their structure, classification and physiological characteristics. Study of the basic principles of bacterial biochemistry and metabolism, genetics and pathogenicity. Introduction to common methods used to control microbial growth, including antibiotics and their mode of action. Overview of viruses, fungi and their role in common diseases. Study the relevance of microorganisms in industrial and environmental processes. Taught: Alternate years, spring term Prerequisites: BIOL 3050 and BIOL 3060, or consent of the instructor NOTE: Students must concurrently register for a lecture and a corresponding 0-credit lab section of this course. Credits: 4

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