BIOS240 Microbiology

This course will provide an introduction into the field of microbiology and will include discussions of prokaryotic, eukaryotic and acellular microbes. It is cover the characteristics, growth and metabolism of the microbes, as well as how microbes interact with other organisms and their environment. The lab component emphasizes aseptic techniques and methods of isolation, enumeration, staining, and biochemical characterization. It is intended to fulfill one of the biology elective requirements for biology majors during their sophomore semester. BIOS 202 and 240 may not be both used for credit. Prereq.- BIOS 150, CHEM 220.


4 credits


(D in BIOS150 and D in CHEM220)