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BMS 322 - Bacterial Physiology

An advanced microbiology course covering basic principles of prokaryotic physiology. Micro-organisms will serve as a model system for understanding how an organism accomplishes life functions: bacterial growth, nutrition, response, and metabolic processes. Includes how microbial physiology is studied and applications to human physiology, disease, antibiotic production and resistance, and biotechnology. (3-0-0) Offered fall semester of odd numbered years. Prerequisite: BMS 212 or BIO 357.

Credits: 3

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