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Lecture 1 - L ectu re 1 I n t roduction and F unctional...

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Lecture 1 - Introduction 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 READING ASSIGNMENT Chapter 1: pp. 1-13, Microbes in human welfare, Microbes in human disease Chapter 4: All QUIZ 1 PODCAST “Bacterial Motility” http://www.microbiologybytes.com/blog/2008/06/02/bacterial-motility/ STUDY GUIDE 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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