Microbiology is a study of microorganisms, concentrating on bacteria. Among topics covered: the morphology, classification and physiology of microorganisms; the growth and genetics of bacteria; the role of microorganisms in human disease; the use of antimicrobial agents in controlling microbes; and methods for manipulating and studying microorganisms. The course is designed for students in biology and allied health areas. (1.1-Articulated)

Course Name: BIO-255
Departments: Biology
Course Types: Standard
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Prerequisites: BIO 157 or BIO 263 with a grade of C or higher.
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