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Biology 140 Fundamentals of Microbiology PRINTER-FRIENDLY STUDENT SLIDES
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“This course will introduce you to the biology of bacterial and archaeal microorganisms, with a brief look at viruses and microeukaryotes as well. Topics we cover will include: microbial cell structure and function, methods of cultivating microbes, the influence of environmental parameters (e.g., temperature, pH, oxygen availability) on microbial activity, regulation of microbial cell activity, genetics, phylogeny and taxonomy, an overview of metabolic and genetic diversity in the microbial world.”
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“The course is intended to provide basic knowledge of the world of microorganisms and consideration of how we study the activities of these small inhabitants of the planet. The knowledge gained in this course also will prepare you to succeed in more advanced courses in microbiology and molecular biology”
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Other Microbiology Courses at University of Waterloo Biology 241 Introduction to Applied Microbiology Biology 346 Microbial Ecology Biology 348L Laboratory Methods in Microbiology Biology 431 Bacterial Molecular Genetics Biology 442 Virology Biology 443 Fermentation Biotechnology Biology 444 Microorganisms and Disease Biology 445 Microorganisms in Foods Biology 447 Environmental Microbiology Biology 448 Microbial Physiology and Biochemistry Biology 466 Biogeochemical Microbiology Biology 474 Bioprocessing Biology 475 Current Topics in Applied Microbiology
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Resources Textbook: Brock Biology of Microorganisms (12 th ) Web access: UW-ACE Email: jneufeld@uwaterloo.ca Office: B1-275 Office Hours: Mon 3-5
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Examinations and Grades Midterm exam: Monday October 28, 5:30 pm rooms will be announced 50 minutes worth 30% of your final mark Final exam: worth 70% of your final mark monocleCAT: optional 5% of either exam
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Interactive Participation Interactive Engaged Learning Concepts Fun Optional monocleCAT
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