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MIC 140 Bacterial Physiology 09-25-09 HANDOUT 1 Terms and Processes: The following is a list of terms and process you should be familiar with from previous classes. You do not need to know the details of the processes (such as the names of the enzymes or the structures of each intermediate). However, you should know the basics. This would include the purpose of the process, and the starting and end products. If you are unfamiliar with these terms and/or processes, you should look them up. Reference books that may be helpful are listed. These books are suggestions, any text dealing with these topics can be used. In addition, most of these terms can be found in the assigned text. Biology of Microorganisms by Brock, Madigan, Martinko, and Parker (MIC102 text) Microbial Physiology and Metabolism by D. R. Caldwel on reserve at Shields Physiology of the Bacterial Cell: A Molecular Approach by Neidhardt et al on reserve at Shields Principles of Biochemistry by Lehninger, Nelson, and Cox. (BIS103 text)
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