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BIOL lecture syllabus - BIOL 230 Principles of Microbiology...

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BIOL 230 Principles of Microbiology Lecture Syllabus Section 1 Spring 2011 Louis Pasteur (1822-95) Father of Microbiology, developed "pasteurization" "Let me tell you the secret that has led me to my goal: my strength lies solely in my tenacity." Lectures: TTh 12:30-1:50pm Instructor: Dr. Caroline Telles Office: 353 James Hall Email: [email protected] Office hours: M: 11-1pm: 2-4pm; T: 11-12:30pm; W: 11-1pm: 2-4pm; F: 11-noon Required materials Text Book: Microbiology: A human perspective, 6 th   ed.   Catalogue description: Intended for nursing students majoring in the biological sciences. Focuses on activities of bacteria, viruses, and other microorganisms, and their influence on humans. Microbe-related topics include disease, bioterrorism, food, biotechnology, and ecology. Course credit hours: 3 Course prerequisites: Chemistry 128 and 129 Course objectives: 1
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1. Explain relationships and apply appropriate terminology relating to the structure, metabolism, genetics, and ecology of prokaryotic microorganisms, eukaryotic microorganisms, and viruses. 2. Explain interactions between opportunistic and pathogenic microorganisms and susceptible hosts in contacts that result in infection and/or disease and apply these interactions to disease symptoms. 3. Explain nonspecific body defenses and the immune responses and apply this understanding to the infectious disease process as well as the prevention and control of infectious diseases. 4. Explain principles of physical and chemical methods used in the control of microorganisms and apply this understanding to the prevention and control of infectious diseases.
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