BIOL 265 - Applied and Environmental Microbiology
Semester Hours: 4
This course will introduce graduate students to traditional microbiology and molecular methods as they are applied to problems related to environmental microbiology and microbial biotechnology. In class, students will discuss concepts and current scientific literature on how microbial ecology tools can be used in environmental microbial research. The laboratory portion of the course will include labs in field work, environmental sample collection, training in classic microbiology, molecular techniques and microbial genomic analyses.
An undergraduate course in microbiology or permission of instructor. Credit is given for this course or BIO 132, not both. Lab fee additional. (Formerly, BIO 233)
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