Microbiology and Molecular Biology
 

Advanced Bacterial Physiology

Advanced Bacterial Physiology
Principles of prokaryotic physiology, including cell structure and function, gene regulation, and biochemical processes; focusing on the unique aspects of prokaryotic biology.
MMBIO
461
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesMMBIO 151; or MMBIO 221
 RecommendedMMBio 240.
 TaughtWinter
 ProgramsContaining MMBIO 461
Course Outcomes: 

Microbial Physiology

Students will demonstrate an advanced understanding of selected topics in microbial physiology (cell structure, growth, biosynthesis, transport, etc.) through their participation in classroom discussions, writing assignments and oral presentations.

Critical Thinking, Research, and Reporting

Students will demonstrate the ability to read, comprehend and communicate current research in microbial physiology by making Powerpoint presentations to the class.

Scientific Review

Students will write a scientific review article on a topic of their choice related to microbial physiology.