Dr. James E. Champine, Department of Biology, Southeast Missouri State University, Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 Office: 224A Rhodes Hall of Science, Teaching Lab: 315 RH; Research Lab: 307 RH, Phone (573) 651-2171, Facsimile (573) 651-2382
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An introduction to bacteria, archaebacteria, eukaryotic microbes, and viruses. A detailed consideration of their structure, metabolism, heredity, diversity, and related laboratory techniques. Two lectures; one two-hour laboratory. Prerequisite BI 154 (3)
This webpage pertains to the On-campus course taught by Jim Champine and Maija Bluma. It maybe of value to students in other Microbiology courses, but the content is intended for Spring 2013 BI200 students only.
Student Learning Outcomes
1. Students will demonstrate mastery of aseptic technique through isolation of bacteria from a mixed unknown.
2. Students will be able to recognize the difference between the nucleic acid arrangements in eukaryotes versus prokaryotes.
3. Students will show understanding of the diversity of cellular organisms by placing them on a phylogenetic tree.
Advice from students who were successful on previous exams. Click on this link to access a word document that has comments from several students on how to prepare for BI200 exams. These students did well to very well, from mid 80% to mid 90%. They come from a variety of backgrounds. I hope their advice is helpful to you in your situation.
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