BIO 239 Elements of Microbiology

This course considers the general and medical aspects of microorganisms and discusses methods of identification, sources and modes of infection, inhibition and control of growth, and principles of sanitation. This course includes a study of bacterial physiology and genetic engineering. The laboratory component studies basic techniques. Prerequisites: BIO 233, or BIO 154, or BIO 121, each with a C or better. Three class hours and three laboratory hours a week. Instructional Support Fee applies. Competency met: Scientific Reasoning and Discovery (3.0) 4 credits Fall, Spring, Summer

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