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Structure and function of bacteria, archaea, viruses, and eukaryotic microbes. Laboratory includes media preparation and culturing, staining and enumeration techniques. Cell, Molecular and Microbiology Prerequisites: Lab Portion of Microbiology Credit hours: MCB Additional Info: This course will survey key cellular catabolic and anabolic pathways in eukaryotic cells.
Focus will be on the regulation and integration of these pathways as they impact eukaryotic cell function and mechanisms of disease as opposed to detailed analysis of the chemistry of specific reactions that is the focus of general biochemistry courses.
Emphasis will be placed on the structure and regulation of specific enzymes, energy utilization as well the implication to human diseases such as diabetes and asthma. Survey of bacterial classification; detailed examinations of bacteria important to man in agriculture, in industry and as pathogens.
Lab Portion of Determinative Bacteriology. The Ecology of pathogenic microorganisms. Topics include host-parasite interactions, microbial survival strategies, microbial virulence, and environmental influences on the maintenance and spread of disease.
This course looks at the microorganisms that inhabit, create, or contaminate food. This course provides a comprehensive review of the different aspects of the field of Industrial Microbiology.
Bacteria are considered to be amongst the simplest forms of life on earth. Yet the intricate and exquisite nature in which they conduct each process of their lifecycle within a single cell, without the aid of compartmentalization, is staggering.
In this course we will undertake a thorough examination of the molecular events and strategies employed by both bacteria and bacteriophages.
We will then apply this knowledge to bacterial behavior in the wild, to develop a detailed knowledge of how these organisms are able to adapt and respond to any given environment. Physiological, metabolic, and genetic phenomena pertinent to understanding the growth, development, ecology, regulation, and reproduction of microorganisms.
The course emphasizes the interdependence of physiological and genetic approaches. Laboratory portion of Microbial Physiology and Genetics relating to biochemical characteristics and metabolic capabilities of bacteria. The biology of viruses associated with plants, animals, and bacteria will be considered; the nature of viruses, mechanisms of viral pathogeneses, and interactions with host cells.
Individual investigation with Microbiology faculty supervision. Junior Class Standing, 3. The content of these courses will be on various Microbiology topics and depend on student demand and instructor's interest. Cell, Molecular, and Microbiology Prerequisites: Prerequisites depend on the course being offered.
Always refer to the BioAdvise permits page for updated information on the types of Microbiology Selected Topics being offered, the prerequisites for those courses, and what majors they will count towards.
This course focuses on varying topics in the Microbiology field. Senior or advanced Junior standing and Consent of Instructor are required for registration in this course Additional Info:Market research (BUSM&L ) Fall Market research (BUSM&L ) Instructor: Office: Phone: Email: Office hours: Course website: Dr.
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The process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promotion, and distribution of ideas, goods, and services to create exchanges that satisfy individual and organizational objectives. Homework policy: The week’s homework will be assigned on my web page after the Tuesday lecture.
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