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MICROBIOLOGY page 2 SUMMER QUARTER, 2010 David B. Fankhauser, Ph.D. Office: EDS 215 P , Hrs: MWF, 1:30-2:30 PM SYLLABUS Professor of Biology & Chem email: [email protected] 34-BIOL-281-151 U. C. Clermont College Homepage: http://biology.clc.uc.edu/Fankhauser Batavia OH 45l03 COURSE OBJECTIVES: To learn about microorganisms, including their anatomy, physiology, taxonomy, genetics, how to control their growth, their medical significance, their epidemiology, the body's protective responses to their challenge (both non-specific and immune), exogenous antimicrobial agents, and etymology of the nomenclature related to all these subjects. LABORATORY SKILLS TO BE LEARNED: oil immersion microscopy, differential staining, sterile technique, sterile media preparation, single colony isolation, serial dilution, use of selective and differential media, microbial enumeration (photometrically, plate count, membrane filtration), inhibition assay. See Lab Notebook Procedure for important details. REQUIRED TEXT: Bauman, Robert
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