This course will include the study of cell structure and physiology of microorganisms, methods of microbial control, specific and nonspecific host defenses, epidemiology, pathogenic microorganisms and the microbiology of food and water. Microorganisms studied will include bacteria, viruses, fungi and protozoa. Concurrent registration in or previous successful completion of MICR 202L is required. Prerequisite (one of the following): BIOL 150, 151, 126, 220 or 221.
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