GMS6038syllabus - BACTERIAL GENETICS AND PHYSIOLOGY GMS...

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BACTERIAL GENETICS AND PHYSIOLOGY GMS 6038 PAUL A. GULIG, PH.D. OFFICE R1-250 392-0050 LAB R1-144 392-0682 Office hours - By Appointment [email protected] Goals: The goal of this course is to enable students with some microbiology and molecular genetics background to understand the principles of bacterial structure, physiology, growth, and genetics to ultimately be able to : 1. work proficiently with bacteria as tools in the lab for molecular biology, 2. further study bacterial physiology in detail, 3. study bacterial pathogenesis in detail. The content, style, and focus of the class meetings, discussions, and study materials are open for change. Texts: The required text is Molecular Genetics of Bacteria - Third Edition, by Snyder and Champness (A.S.M. Press) available in the Health Center Bookstore. Another excellent resource is the Escherichia coli and Salmonella two volume set edited by Neidhardt (A.S.M. Press), which is available online (see link on course web page) as long as you are using a UF computer or
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This note was uploaded on 12/13/2011 for the course GMS 6038 taught by Professor Gulig during the Fall '11 term at University of Florida.

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