Microbiology Course Description: A comprehensive study of the structure and function of microorganisms. Topics include the growth, control, and characteristics of microorganisms. Introduction to microbial genetics, metabolism, chemotherapy, and immunology.
The text book used for this course is Foundations in Microbiology, Kathleen Park Talaro, 7th Edition, ISBN 978 007 337522 9.
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Immediately following the course in Microbiology is my course in Immunology (Spring, 2013) based on David Male's textbook, Immunology.
#1- Ch 1- Intro to Class, Microbiology
#2- Ch 1,2- Germ Theory, Intro to Biochemistry
#3- Ch 2- Biochemistry- Atomic Structure
#4- Ch 2- Biochemistry- Acids/Bases
#5- Ch 2 - Biochemistry- Carbohydrates
#6- Ch 2- Biochemistry- Lipids, Intro to Proteins
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