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Analysis of Biological System An understanding of biological system can be simplified by analyzing the system at several different levels: Cell level: microbiology, cell biology; Molecular level: biochemistry, molecular biology; Population level: microbiology, ecology; Production level: bioprocess.
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Course Outline Overview of Microbiology Biochemistry of Cells Enzyme Technology Molecular Biology and Metabolic Pathways Microbial Growth Models Bioreactor Analysis and Operation Downstream Processing (product recovery and purification) Genetic Engineering
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Overview of Microbiology Microbiology (in Greek micron = small and biologia = studying life) is the study of microorganisms at the cell level. Microorganism refers to any organism too small to be viewed by the unaided eye, as bacteria, fungi and algae and protozoa. ( Random House Webster’s Unabridged Dictionary ) It is often illustrated using single-celled, or unicellular organisms
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Overview of Microbiology ( Chapter 2, M. Shuler ) Cell : The cell is the basic unit of life. Cells are packages of living matter surrounded by membranes or walls.
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