BIOL 338 Microbiology

The course includes a basic study of microbial taxonomy, morphology, biochemistry, and reproduction. Great emphasis is placed on medical microbiology, infectious diseases, microbial genetic regulation, and the application of microorganisms in recombinant gene technology. Laboratory includes identification of microbes by colonial and microscopic features, biochemical properties, and antibiotic sensitivities. Two lectures, one laboratory.

Credits

3

Prerequisites

BIOL 333 and (BIOL 237 or BIOL 335)

Offered

Every year