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Syllabus Fa 10 - Microbiology 102Introductory Microbiology...

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Microbiology 102—Introductory Microbiology Fall 2010 MW 2:10 to 4:00, Storer 1322 Office hours M 12:00 to 2:00, Th 12:00 to 2:00, SLB 2064 Instructor: Alex Appleman Email address: [email protected] . PLEASE don’t use the ucdavis.edu one. Class overview : This is a survey of the world of single-celled organisms. Most of life’s history is microbial, and the world we inhabit was built and is maintained by microbes. All of the Bacteria and Archaea and most of the Eukarya are microbes, and they represent nearly all of life’s biochemical diversity. The study of microbiology is thus a deeper study of biology as a whole. We will study the structure the essential features of microbes: how they get energy and grow, how they store, express, and transfer information, how they evolve, and the interactions between them and the rest of the world, including us. This will in turn give us a better understanding of these processes for all living things. Preparation.
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2011 for the course MIC 102 taught by Professor Appleman during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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Syllabus Fa 10 - Microbiology 102Introductory Microbiology...

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