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MICR 3100/BIOL 3100 GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY, Fall 2017CALIFORNIASTATEUNIVERSITY, LOSANGELESCOLLEGE OFNATURAL ANDSOCIALSCIENCESDEPARTMENT OFBIOLOGICALSCIENCESINSTRUCTORINFORMATIONLecture (90515)Instructor: Dr. Hyunsook ParkOffice Location: ASCL353Telephone: 323-343-2060Email: [email protected]Office Hours: (Class) Tu 10:00 -11:30 am, (Appointment only) Th 10:00 am-11:30 amClass Days/Time: Tu/Th 12:15 PM – 1:30 PMClassroom: FA219Lab Sections 02 (91516) and 04 (94841)Instructor: Mohamed Maged YoussefOffice Location: BIOS262Telephone: TBAEmail:[email protected]Office Hours: M/W/F 10- 11:40 AMLab Sections 03 and 05Instructor: Everardo RoblesOffice Location: ASCB 356Email: [email protected]Office Hours: Mon 11:40 am-1:40pm, Tu 9:40-10:50 am, Thu 9:40-11:40pmCOURSEDESCRIPTIONGeneral Microbiology class includes fundamental biological principles and applications of microbes. Lectureintroduces the structure, function, growth, nutrition, and genetics of various microorganisms, metabolism andbiochemistry, microbial diversity and ecology, and applied and medical microbiology. Laboratory introduces basicmicrobiology techniques including aseptic techniques, microscopy, and basic microbial physiology tests and furtherexplore more sophisticated microbiology experiments including quantitative culture of microorganisms, isolationof antibiotic producers, and several medical microbiology experiments. Lecture 3 hours per week: laboratory 21/2hours per week.Prerequisites: BIOL 1200 and CHEM 1110COURSEOBJECTIVES/OUTCOMESUpon successful completion of this course, students will be able to:1.Demonstrate the understanding of fundamental biological principles of microbes.2.Demonstrate the understanding of the structure, function, growth, and metabolisms of microbes.3.Demonstrate the understanding of microbial evolution, diversity and their role in the ecosystem.4.Demonstrate the understanding of human microbiota, microbial pathogenesis, and host defensemechanisms.5.Perform basic microbiology techniques including aseptic techniques, microscopy, and basic microbialphysiology tests.REQUIREDCOURSEMATERIALS
TEXTBOOKMicrobiology: An Evolving Science 4th edition by Joan Slonczewski and John Foster, W. W. Norton &Company, NY. Available in the University bookstore. To purchase the ebook for selected chapters visit;.LABMANUALMICR3100/BIOL3100 General Microbiology Lab manual (Compiled by Microbiology Faculties at CSULAand available at the University bookstore and bookmart).COURSEPOLICIESATTENDANCE:Students are responsible for all material presented in class, including announcements about changesin course procedures. There will be several active learning activities during class without prior announcement andwill be incorporated to class performance. There will be absolutely no make up for any missed class activities. Afair calculation for the time required for this class should take into account the need to spend at least 2 hours of

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Spring
Professor
Youseff
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Microbiology, Bacteria, Microorganism, microorganisms using16s rDNA

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