An introduction to basic microbiology and microbes that cause infectious diseases, with a focus on microbial structure, function, metabolism, ecology, and pathogenesis. Pre/co-requisites: One semester Biology and Chemistry. Fall.
Brenda Tessmann () and Gregory Gilmartin ()
Dates: July 13 - August 7, 2015; Prerequisite:4 hours Chemistry & Biology OR Instructor Perm
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James M Jeffords Hall 234 (View Campus Map)
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Stafford Hall 103 (View Campus Map)
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