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BIO 62: Experimental strategy and the bacterial world

Microbiology is a major foundation of all modern biology. Many aspects of experimental strategy, logic, and analysis originated in the fields of bacterial genetics and physiology. In BIO 62, we will use prokaryotic biology to review fundamentals of molecular biology and energetics, and in lab work we will work with experimental design and data interpretation. Research on prokaryotes has greatly expanded through genomic and population analysis, and we will use these approaches to ask questions about the hidden worlds around and inside us: the microbiome. Prerequisites: None. This course is not appropriate for students who received a 4 or 5 in AP biology.
Terms: Spr | Units: 4 | Grading: Letter or Credit/No Credit
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