BI230

[4 credits]

Introductory Microbiology
Surveys the history, anatomy and physiology of microorganisms emphasizing their impact on society. Examines microbe anatomy, metabolism, growth, genetics, taxonomy, selected diseases affecting humans and plants, immunity, and microbial control. Covers food microbiology, industrial microbiology, agricultural microbiology and environmental microbiology with applications to grape growing and winemaking. Uses standard microbiological laboratory techniques. W, Offered as needed.

Terms offered online: W

Tuition and Fees

Online Fee per class: $50

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