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    North Central Michigan College
   
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
 
    
Catalog 2017-18

BIO 226 - Microbiology (4 credit hours)


Offered in Fall, Winter Terms (3-2-0)
An introduction to the world of microorganisms and the application of microbiology to the study of health and disease. The introductory portion of the course includes a survey of the microbial world with emphasis on the basic morphology, physiology, behavior and classification. The application portion of the course covers the problems of the control of microorganisms, the concepts of the host/parasite interaction and epidemiology. Representative diseases are used frequently as examples and case studies.
PREREQUISITE(S): BIO 235  or college biology background.
GENERAL EDUCATION DISTRIBUTION AREA: Science
Master Syllabi: https://share.ncmich.edu/academics/master_syllabi