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I took these notes today in class, and wrote everything that was important to me. I hope this helps, and if there is any question, please let me know! I would love to take an advice and make my notes better and understandable.
These are my detailed lecture notes from week 1 and 2. I hope this is helpful, if you have any questions regarding the uploaded material please email me. I would love to make my notes better.
As we all know the exam is next week, and there is a lot to cover in less than a week. I'm here to help you guys and make my notes good enough for you to understand it and learn from it. Hopefully this is helpful for you!
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Here are notes for the first 3 chapters that were covered in class.
This is a combination of Dr. Knapps powerpoints, the textbook and my lecture notes.
This is not the whole chapter, just what was covered this week in class. It is a combination of in class lecture notes, professor power point, and textbook notes.
this is the remainder of chapter 3 on prokaryotic cell structure
These are the chapter 4 notes that are a combination of notes from the book and lecture
These notes are straight from the book from me to you!
Unit 2: Questions to think about Part I/II
Explanation and reasoning for the Questions pertaining to Chapters 5 and 6
Questions to think about Chapters 7-9.
10/19 Chapter 10: Bacterial Genetics III Molecular Regulation of Genes
10/24 Chapter 10: Continued
Week 10 Notes Cover Chapter 13 which includes: Organization of Metabolism: catabolism, anabolism, Bioenergetics principles: thermodynamic concepts, Catabolic pathways:
Glucose catabolism: EMP, ED, PPS pathways,Fermentation,TCA cycle, Catabolism of aromatic compounds.
Functions of Electron Transport Systems
Anaerobic Respiration, Lithotrophy, Phototrophy
Review of material, terms, and Questions to Think About.
Chapter 10: Gene Regulation,
Chapter 13 : Bioenergetics and Metabolism,
Chapter 14 : Electron Transport System and more
From Microbiology, An Evolving Science, 3rd edition by Slonczewski & Foster
Study Guide for Knapp's Lab Final (Written and Practical)
Chapter 23 Human Microbiota and Nonspecific Host Defenses
from Microbiology: an Evolving Science; Slonczewski and Foster
Chapter 24: adaptive immune response, Microbiology: An Evolving Science; Foster, Slonczewski
Chapter 25. Microbial Pathogenesis; Chapter 26 Microbial Diseases;
textbook and lecture broken down
Study Guide includes:
Chapter 23 Human Microbiota and Nonspecific Host Defenses;
Chapter 24 Adaptive Immune Response;
Chapter 25 Microbial Pathogenicity;
Chapter 26 Microbial Diseases;
Questions to Think About
Exam 1 Micro bio Knapp
Exam 2 Micro bio Knapp
These notes consolidate given verbal information with information found on powerpoints.