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Forest Park/HybridFall 2021Coronavirus (COVID-19) InformationStudents must be prepared for any, and all, classes to be moved online inresponse to changes in the coronavirus status.Please visit theCOVID-19websitefor the latest update.Section InformationCourse Title: General MicrobiologyCourse Prefix & Number: Bio 203Location(s): Online for Lecture and D411 @ Forest Park for LabInstructor InformationInstructor: Angela NewMyerCampus Hours: By appointment, M-W 8am-9am, M/W 2-3pm, Thursday byvirtual appointment 8am-12pmLocation of Campus Hours: Virtual, MS-TeamsSTLCC E-mail: [email protected]Office Location: C428Office Phone: 314-644-9328Additional Contact Information:It is best to reach me by email. I typically respond to emails within 24 hoursbut will respond at the latest within 48 hours. I will not respond late nights orduring holidays.Course InformationCourse Description: Introduction to microbes with emphasis on morphology,culture techniques and biochemical activities of bacteria, viruses and fungi.Consideration of human disease producing organisms with regard to theirinfection and resistance.Credit Hours: 4Course Pre-requisite: Bio: 111 with a grade of C or better or one year of highschool biology and chemistryCourse Learning OutcomesUpon successful completion of the course, the student will demonstrate theability to:1.Explain various groups of microbes, along with sequential history ofmicrobiological developments.
2.Explain methods of studying microbes relating to culture methods,stains and host cell inoculation.3.Explain reproductive mechanism, physiological factors required formicrobial growth.4.Explain the methods important in removing and inhibiting microbesin the immediate environment and the host's system.5.Explain the infection patterns in humans and immunologicalresponses to various antigen types.6.Explain the processes of infections caused by the variouspathogens, with a focus related to mode of transmission, entry andexit in humans.7.Explain the pathogenicity of different microbes in all groups: cocci,bacilli, spirochetes, and acid fast organisms. They will also explainpathogenicity of prominent viral and fungal diseases.Required Course MaterialsFoundations in Microbiology.Custom 11thEdition by, Kathleen Park Talaro,Barry Chess. Mcgraw-Hill (Required)Custom Lab Manual by Angela NewMyer (Required)Connect Plus Access (Required)Book, lab manual, and Connect access are bundled together in bookstore.Lab Coat, Goggles, and Lab kit (Required)Technology RequirementsYourmy.stlcc.edustudent e-mail account is official means ofcommunication with St. Louis Community College. All communicationfrom the college to students will be sent to my.stlcc.edu student e-mail.Usage of Blackboard, Media Player, Collaborate and Connect arerequired.

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