Course description

Introduces the biology of microorganisms (bacteria, viruses, protozoa, algae, fungi), their significance as model systems for understanding fundamental cellular processes, and their role in human affairs. Also introduces the biological properties of bacterial and animal viruses, replication, methods of detection, interactions with host cells and multicellular hosts. (Prereq: BIO 211 or BIO 241)

Units: 4

Fall 2018 sections

BIO 320: Microbiology

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Section: 1
Number: 43022
Units: 4
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  • Friday 10 – 11:50 am
    Library - 1180
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BIO 320: Microbiology

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Section: 51
Number: 43023
Units: 0
Seats: 19/23
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BIO 320: Microbiology

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Section: 52
Number: 43024
Units: 0
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BIO 320: Microbiology

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Section: 53
Number: 43333
Units: 0
Seats: 23/24
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