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Advanced Microbial Physiology

MICROBIO
680
Section: 
01
Credits: 
3
Meets: 
TU
TH
Spring 2014

The main aspects of bacterial growth, including energy metabolism, biosynthesis of macromolecular precursor materials and their assembly into macromolecules, and the integration of these processes by various regulatory mechanisms. Emphasis on the isolation of mutant bacteria blocked in key cellular functions and on global control systems governing the adaptation of bacteria to different environmental conditions. Prerequisite: general background in microbiology and biochemistry.

Instructor: 
SPIRE Class Number: 
58321

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