BIO105 Microbiology

This course introduces biological entities and basic biological principles as they apply to microorganisms. The course gives a historical perspective of microbiology and covers the fundamental aspects of microbial cultivation, nutrition, control, metabolism, physiology, structure and genetics. Discussion of microorganisms as causes of human disease and response of hosts to microbial invasion is also considered.

Co-requisites

BIO105L

Credit Hours: 
3.00
Catalog Code: 
BIO105