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Unformatted text preview: Lecture 1 - I ntroduction and Functional Anatomy CONCEPTS TO KNOW • Different types of microorganisms and basic characteristics • How microorganisms are named • How microorganisms are classified • What was theory of spontaneous generation • Louis Pasteur's experiments • What are Koch's postulates and the germ theory of disease • Definition of antibiotics; which was the first one discovered • How microorganisms can control pests and clean up oil spills • What is normal microbiota • What are emerging infectious diseases READ ING ASSIGN MENT • Chapter 1: pp. 1-13, Microbes in human welfare, Microbes in human disease • Chapter 4: All QU IZ 1 PODCAST “Bacterial Motility” http://www.microbiologybytes.com/blog/2008/06/02/bacterial-motility/ STUDY GU IDE Chapter 1 • How microorganisms are named and referred to in science (two name label). • Know the basic types of all microorganisms, as well as their basic characteristics....
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