GEN MICROBIOLOGY BIOL 2051
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Date Created: 10/13/15
V 39 Welcome to the Microbial World BIOL 2051 General Microbiology Dr Ginger Brininstool Of ce Phone 5784089 Of ce 602 Life Sciences Bldg Of ce hours TTh 911am MW after lecture MF by appointment Email gbrininlsuedu BROCK BIOLOGY OF MICROORGANISMS I WELVTH EDITION MICHAEL T MADIGAN JOHN M MARTINKO A E39entice Hall wwwmypearsonstorecom To purchase textbook new comes with supplements and full web access Bound 177 la carte 115 To purchase supplements if you have used text Current Issues in Microbiology Vol 1 28 Current Issues in Microbiology Vol 2 28 Moodle Syllabus Lecture exam material Lab Information and Quizzes Bring 10 to lab Tuesday to buy kit Bring disposable gloves or bring another 10 What is Microbiology The study of cells and organisms too small to be seen with naked eye Microbiologists study Bacteria Viruses Protozoans Fungi Algae Diatorns And more Diversity oumom ARCHAEA Methanogens 7 Extremeyhalophiles Hyperthermophlles Fig 217 Eukaryotic quotCrown species Microorganisms are Single cell Multicellular Characteristics of cells l l Cell I l t Environment 9 7 a 5 w 0 quot 0 00 39 Spore 0 New Ancestral 33 species cell g O M l39quot I New I s ecies Wquot p Figure 13 of Microorganisms on Earth 5 x 10quot3O Microorganisms on Earth Origin of Earth Earth N2 002 CH 4 atmosphere oxygenated Form Groups How do microbes impact humans with regard to Agriculture Energy Disease Food PFDNT Are the majority of microbes beneficial or harmful Fig 17 N2 fixation N2 gt2NH3 Nutrient cycling K NH3 H25 We esog Animal husbandry Cellulose l C02 Rumen CH4 animal protein Fermentation u Corn gt Ethanol Bioremediation o2 spilled oil 1 C02 organic pollutants Microbial mining CuS gtCu2 gt gt coz Cuo O Identify new disease 2 Treatment cur and prevention 63 Fig 17 Food preservation heat cold radiation chemicals Fermented foods Food additives monosodium glutamatecitric acid yeast Fig 17 sl kx s i4 Genetically modified organisms m L m4 Production of pharmaceuticals insulin and other human proteins Gene therapy for certain diseases person with quotA correct genetic gt dIsease leSIon t m gt
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